Public Golf Courses




Sunset Valley Golf Course


Set among rolling hills, this course is in excellent condition. Scenic views are found throughout with elevated tees and greens. The fast greens on this popular course are large but extremely tough. It's important to keep the ball below the hole...  Read More


Spook Rock Golf Course


Although this course is relatively flat, several of the tees are elevated. Featuring several dogleg holes and tight fairways, further trouble is presented with a number of fairway bunkers in some landing areas. The fast greens on this course are...  Read More


Richter Park Golf Course


The hilly terrain makes this plush course play longer than the yardage states. Accuracy off the tee is needed to successfully negotiate the water hazards and find the small landing areas. The oversized greens are relatively fast. Even though...  Read More


Great Gorge Golf Club


Three markedly different nine-hole courses await at this true test of golf. Aptly named, the Lake course features water everywhere. If you avoid the water, bunkers either line the fairways or await errant approach shots on this challenging nine....  Read More


Howell Park Golf Course


With exquisite bent grass fairways and quick, testy greens, this county-run course could pass for one of the nearby posh private clubs. These rolling fairways are on the narrow side, and water hazards are in play but less often than the bunkers...  Read More


Hominy Hill Golf Course


Aggressive play can be costly on this Robert Trent Jones track with well-positioned trouble. With over a 100 bunkers scattered through, a number of dogleg fairways, and keeping it out of the thick rough is key to the green. The challenging...  Read More


Centennial Golf Club


Quiet, tranquil, secluded – all can be used to describe the setting of this beautiful course that features 3 9-hole layouts, which are played in 3 18-hole combinations. The Meadows and Lakes courses offer open, rolling fairways and moderately...  Read More


Flanders Valley Golf Course


Featuring two separate eighteen-hole layouts, golfers can choose between two distinctly different courses. The White/Blue course is a narrow track with tree-lined fairways, while the Red/Gold course boasts a combination of wide-open fairways on...  Read More


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