18 holes, some of them interesting
1 Helpful / 4 Not
Other Thoughts: Sherando was a decent course with a couple of holes that I really liked, but it also had too many wide open holes and too many wooded holes with a generic feel to them, like you've played them a thousand times before on other courses. If this course was in my backyard, I'd play it and be glad to have it, but it's not worth making a trip, and even if I am in the area again, I'm likely to just play an extra round at one of the other nearby courses instead.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Between the map available online, and the signs at each tee, this course was easy to navigate for a first-time visitor.
In the back of the park, away from the ball and soccer fields.
Long concrete teepads. Practice basket. Room to warm-up with long drives.
Cons: Concrete teepads a bit slick when wet.
Minimal elevation change.
Other Thoughts: About 1/3 of the holes played entirely in the open, about 1/3 entirely in the woods, about 1/3 in/out of woods.
Several holes 200' or under, only one over 400', average distance was 260'.
Fairly good mix of lefty/righty/neither advantage holes - the shorter, wooded holes tended to favour lefties.
When throwing for #8, the more visible basket, slightly in the woods, is actually #9 - #8's basket is over to the left, short of the trees, not easily visible from the tee.
Overall, a solid course - not too daunting for beginners, not too easy for those with more experience.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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