Coachman's Golf Resort - Blue/Red
Coachman's Golf Club in Edgerton offers 27 holes of championship golf that sprawl across gently rolling hills covered with mature oaks and beautiful willow trees. The holes are divided into three nines: the Red, White, and Blue, that were designed to appeal to all skill levels from high handicappers to scratch golfers. The nines are played in three different 18-hole combinations. The Blue/Red Course combines one of the longer nines with the shortest. Added in 1990, the Blue Course was the most recent addition to the club while the Red was Coachman's first course in 1968. Water hazards come into play throughout the golf course, presenting a formidable test for even the most advanced players. The mature trees definitely come into play and there are also strategically placed bunkers throughout.
|Red (W)||71||4798 yards||64.8||107|
|Blue M: 69.5/120||360||171||403||481||194||265||502||378||393||3147||355||376||180||319||357||503||320||387||180||2977||6124|
|White M: 66.3/111 W: 71.2/119||328||132||310||446||168||251||426||345||331||2737||303||337||132||287||308||451||290||323||140||2571||5308|
|Red M: 63.5/108 W: 68.8/112||297||80||300||406||98||211||401||224||265||2282||293||329||123||217||300||373||278||317||124||2354||4636|
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
A "go to" course
Coachman's is a course that has a nice mix of degree of difficulty holes for the beginner and intermdiate golfers. When I head out to golf alone, I'm happy that other golfers are friendly, sometimes inviting me to continue with their group. It's a comfortable course. Sure, it won't be chosen for a PGA tournament, but the pricing isn't going to break the bank and it's fun play. The general condition of the course is good.
Early in year
Golfed in early April, course was ok for that early in the year. Fairways were pretty long compared to pretty much every course I've played. Overall it's a nice course for the price and will most likely be back later in the year.
I golfed at Coachman's on memorial day with a friend of mine. Things overall were good. As with every business, they seem to be suffering with an understaffed team. The other thing that was very noticeable, there weren't enough carts for people checking in. We teed off maybe 15 mins late, not the end of the world. I guess I figured they may have overbooked the day. Like I said, overall it was good, I will golf there again. Just not on the holiday of a 3 day weekend.
Blue and Red
Play was pretty slow, really needed some water, drink gal saw her once in 18 holes. Tee boxes in rough shape. STAFF WERE GREAT.