Scenic Hills Country Club
Unlike many other courses in the state, Scenic Hills Country Club sprawls across a scenic landscape of rolling hills. In addition to the dramatic elevation changes throughout the course, the holes are sharply framed by towering pines that line the fairways. The holes play to generous putting surfaces that provide a variety of hole placements, but its best to play to the middle of the greens since there are strategically placed bunkers guarding all of the greens. Water hazards also come into play on six holes, but they require only minimal forced carries. Scenic Hills C.C. opens with what is arguably its most challenging holes. The par-4 hole plays downhill to a green that is not only protected on both the left and right with bunkers, but there is also a steep-faced bunker that is not visible from the fairway.
|Orange (W)||71||5424 yards||72.4||129|
|Red (W)||71||5150 yards||71.0||125|
|Gold M: 74.0/136||443||488||410||158||380||349||438||201||437||3304||372||523||419||357||197||427||188||507||436||3426||6730|
|Blue M: 71.7/130||426||465||384||150||359||330||428||176||399||3117||352||480||397||340||183||411||169||483||385||3200||6317|
|White M: 70.3/126||416||439||373||142||346||316||408||167||360||2967||341||449||388||328||163||388||155||467||375||3054||6021|
|Orange M: 67.0/113 W: 71.9/125||400||410||345||123||326||306||350||150||330||2740||317||404||318||250||130||310||141||403||304||2577||5317|
|Red M: 66.1/111 W: 70.6/123||396||309||340||119||323||301||345||146||323||2602||315||399||312||244||134||307||137||400||300||2548||5150|
|Purple M: 62.1/106 W: 64.9/112||345||260||296||93||269||241||284||115||244||2147||289||163||73||262||207||257||114||325||266||1956||4103|
Food & BeverageSnacks, Restaurant
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Course needs work
Greens and tee boxes need some attention. Greens have bare spots and most tee boxes have little to no grass and we’re hard enough that it was a struggle getting tee in. I like the layout of this course, not really any difficult holes and not much water. I last play Scenic in 2009 and this course is not in as good a shape today. Very nice clubhouse but I don’t go to golf courses for the clubhouse amenities.
You get what you pay for
This is one of the cheaper courses in the area, and it definitely does need some work. That being said, it is one of the cheaper courses in the area.. so you make the trade off. While I wouldn’t recommend this course for amazing players that require consistent greens, I would recommend it if you just wanted to get out there and play.
For the price it was good. It just took way to long to play. Everyone was very nice though. It usually cost 60.00 to play which is way to much
Not worth it
Course is having major problem with the upkeep. Most holes are filled n horrible condition as are most greens. I have played here for 25 years and after yesterday not sure I will be back unless there are significant improvements.
Wok in progress, several greens lost to heat,fair ways have several work projects doing on. Too expensive for the conditions
We really enjoyed playing the course. Back nine is very rough and several holes are under construction. Course will be great once it’s done.
Poor conditions, one hole was like putting out of bounds. We saw better Tee boxes than the putting greens on one of the front 9 holes. We will not go back for awhile!
Avoid this course
I’ve lived and played in Pensacola since 2007…Scenic Hills is an over priced, run down, sad excuse for a golf course. Over 80% of the greens are dead and more black than a piece of coal, entire course has vegetation infestation, temporary greens…I can go on and on and on…If it wasn’t for the discounted Hot Deal from GolfNow I would never step foot on this course again. Do better Scenic Hills!
Misleading Photos/Course not up to expectations
3 or 4 holes under construction. Crabgrass and carpet grass all over the fairways, teeboxes and around the greens. Not a good time. Highly recommend choosing a better place to play.
This use to be one of my favorite courses. There were places on the course that were under construction 3 years ago that r still not finished... But driving over an hour to play again is not in my future.
I have played here multiple times in the past and loved it, but the course right now is in rough shape. The greens were burnt up and patchy and with the amount of construction on the course they definitely shouldn’t be charging full price. I’m sure it will be beautiful when finished, but during construction phase you have to slash prices.
This course need allot of work to be completed, I will not go back until all the construction work is done
The marshall didn't tell us about any of the construction nor what to do within the construction zones. We were lucky to be playing with someone that had been out recently. Number 7 is playing as a long par 3 with a cup randomly in the fairway, due to work/resodding a different part of the fairway and green. Number 11? is being turned from a par 5 to a par 4 and par 3. There's a drop zone to keep you from hitting from the new green area, but not a whole lot noted.
Greens and fairways were in great shape and rolled well. Overall, a great day of golf and pace was quick.