Crockett Ridge Golf Course
Formerly known as Old Island Golf Course
|Black M: 72.8/130||567||175||417||345||427||185||317||440||563||3436||377||213||505||467||313||402||425||180||550||3432||6868|
|Blue M: 70.9/125||533||133||380||320||395||175||297||426||546||3205||360||207||495||437||302||375||395||165||525||3261||6466|
|White M: 69.0/122 W: 71.7/123||522||118||357||310||383||157||280||387||520||3034||335||188||475||400||288||345||363||145||513||3052||6086|
|Red W: 70.2/119||457||92||320||220||330||140||243||340||473||2615||270||150||410||333||246||290||320||100||465||2584||5199|
Nice course in the mountains
Played Crocketts Ridge for the first time today. Pretty nice golf course. Starting with the range it was in great shape, very large area, 5-6 different targets but nothing over 200 yards. Also a sand/chipping green area and putting green. All in great shape. It has rained quite a lot here recently so it was cart path only. Course was very wet, very little roll out. It still played great. Seemed to drain very well. The only problem was the bunkers, they were all mini ponds. Grounds was out fixing that while I was there though. I found 3 on the day and just pulled them out. As the other review stated from a couple years ago they do seem to have rocks in them also. That's really the only problem on the golf course. Greens were very soft but rolled great. A little slow maybe but that's to be expected with all the rain. Fairways are fantastic. Can't wait to go back on a dry day as a lot of fairways would run out downhill. Lots of memorable holes. It was an hour 45 minute drive for me but very much worth it. I'll be back many times and would recommend to anyone close or passing through!
sand traps are bad - lift out and don't play them. lot of rocks.