Oak Knoll Golf Club
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|Red M: 60.9/92 W: 64.5/101||320||365||300||350||170||258||135||345||325||2568||430||465||155||300||310||385||321||275||160||2801||5369|
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Paid $40/ person and the greens were in terrible shape. and the pace of play was super slow.
Left after the 4th hole
Greens were dry and sandy. No tee boxes. No fairways. By far the worst course I've ever played at. Wouldn't play here again if the course paid me to be there.
Great hidden gem
Very good course. Great to work on your game. Friendly staff. Well kept and maintained.
Good for the money!
Course is OK. It’s dry, tee boxes need some work as well as the greens. But, for $25 on a Saturday afternoon it’s not bad.
Overall good praise the Teebox is like putting your tea in concrete. The ground is very hard, and then some of the greens were very poorly kept up.
Run down tee box are like cement some green very bad shape
Tee box are hard as rocks and some greens are very bad conditions
For $20 golf now it was ok. Front 9 wasn’t bad at all. Back 9 was rough. Fairways are super bumpy, cart paths are very deteriorated. 4 holes all right next to each other. You get what you pay for and this isn’t the most glamorous course out there.
Had a perfect experience. The grounds crew works hard to keep the course in good shape. The people in the pro shop are super friendly. The course isn’t White Hawk but the fees aren’t either. I consider it a good value and will golf it every chance I get.