Heather Hills Golf Course
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Part of Course had been flooded within the past month and it was still muddy. Worst greens I’ve seen in years. No directions from the 18th hole to get back to the start. No sign to wear a mask and the cashier did not have one.
Can't believe I wasted $20 playing here
When I rolled into the parking lot and saw no cars there, I should have known I was in trouble. It was a little cold in the morning, so I gave it the benefit of the doubt. I wanted to come here just to work on my short game and get some work in with my new putter grip. That too, was also a bad mistake.
The staff is super friendly, and the course looks like its in great shape for November -- at first. As you navigate through the second hole, you realize the reviews are true. The cart path is falling apart, and it's not much better trying to drive in the grass. The fourth hole is essentially mud. The greens look like you're taking ground balls on a rocky baseball diamond with all the hops the ball takes. Good luck trying to find your ball on the ninth hole with all the leaves everywhere. There were times I couldn't tell if I was on a golf course or I took an ATV off-roading into the mud.
Hopefully this course is nice in the summer during peak season, but the grass at my apartment complex is better maintained than this golf course. Might have been a crown jewel 30 years ago, but right now it could use a miracle.
My favorite course. Staff always friendly. Course is great. Love it.
Not a great course
I played here with my daughter and I probably won't be back. The "fairways" were just regular grass and the grass was so tall, you could lose your ball in the fairways. It would sink down and unless you about stepped on it, you could overlook your ball. The greens were rough and bouncy. It was like putting on gravel. If you want a place to play where you can work on your short game, then this is your place.
Still worth a visit
I played the Hills to work on my irons and got a true workout. Small is sometimes better... DT
One of the worst courses I’ve ever played at. Beat up and you can tell they don’t take care of it. Money is better off going somewhere else
Fine course. More fit for families/kids
This is a fine course as long as you know what to expect.
As I was looking for tee times in the triad, I found a great deal for Heather Hills and decided to book it. I then read reviews and found this was a somewhat unconventional par 60 course with many par 3's and a few pars 4's, and includes shots from many "unique" distances... I couldn't be upset though as I only paid $20 for 18 holes of golf with a cart on a Sunday morning. But most importantly I knew what to expect before showing up to the course.
The course isn't in immaculate shape but it's very playable. Many holes are incredibly short par 3's but you can work on your short game. Overall this course seems fit for families with young golfers who aren't looking for 500 yard par 5's but instead more manageable holes. However, I wouldn't recommend this course to an experienced golfer who is looking for a challenging round.
This was my second time playing here and the grounds were kept alot better this time and it is a good course to learn on, somewhat challenging but not too hard.
I will definitely go back!
And staff is always super friendly and helpful!!
If only If only
If you want to practice some odd numbers and shots, go and play Heather Hills. It is a par 60 course with 6 par 4's and 12 par 3's and it is in Terrible Shape. Absolutely Terrible.
There is no reason to bash the condition any more than that.
Aside from the 1/2 star condition, this course does offer a good time. You will hit shots that you need to practice anyway. All 6 par 4's are drive-able @ 200-280yds. Hit up hill sub 100yd shots into concrete greens. Stick approach shots 2 feet from the pin, then laugh with your buddies as it bounces off the back of the green.
It's a fun course. Just don't go out there expecting anything.
If I won the lottery, this one would be a fun one to pump a load of cash into and make it a really cool track.
They moved the tees up?
Played here about 10 times, not a great course, but good for a quick 18, done in @ 2 and a half hours. It is what it is, surrounded by apartments, very narrow, but good for short game. Problem is, they moved the white tees up to the red, so on 6 or 7 holes you’re hitting less than 100 yards.
Nice little course to take my 10yr older daughter out on for her first real 18. This course is fine for working on your short irons only thing I wish greens were in better shape but for $15 can’t really complain.