Stripe Show Golf Club
The golf course at Stripe Show Golf Club (previously known as Freedom Golf Course) is a walker-friendly and affordable venue for juniors, beginners and experienced golfers in search of a pleasant round. The executive length course has a risk-and-reward layout for an interesting game. This course may be short but there are several challenging elements. Situated on a terrain of rolling hills, golfers can expect uneven lies and elevation changes adding some interesting elements to the course. Water hazards come into play on several holes and there are strategically placed sand bunkers present on the course as well. Stripe Show Golf Club is well maintained with plenty of nice, shady areas.
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Great track, lots of potential.
Super fun to play. Challenging but enjoyable. So much potential once conditions improve.
Love the course, it is a very challenging 9 hole fun. I try to play it weekly. It really keeps me on point.
Get what you pay for
Its cheap because it’s barely a golf course. Tee boxes arent really tee boxes, greens don’t really live up to their namesake with massive sandpatches in the middle. At one point you have to walk through a spillway to get across a whole. If youre looming for a course at this price point, just play a muni course, at least theres some accountability and standardization there.
If you’re looking to have a good time and get a quick 9 in. This is an awesome spot. Especially if you’re starting out and aren’t looking to pay 30-50 bucks for a summer round.
No this isn’t the place for you if you’re a single digit handicapper and are gonna complain all day, but it is a super fun track, the owners are super cool, and it is cheap!
Greens are rough
Green are rough, but for a nine hole course it was challenging. Nice shade for playing.