Apple Mountain Golf Resort
|White (W)||71||5532 yards||72.2||144|
|Gold (W)||71||5086 yards||69.3||133|
|Red (W)||71||4437 yards||67.4||117|
|Black M: 70.2/141||418||154||382||170||571||456||200||356||552||3259||330||378||418||199||400||122||508||169||525||3049||6308|
|Blue M: 68.9/138||400||154||347||170||549||420||185||356||539||3120||330||359||376||190||340||122||508||150||495||2870||5990|
|Blue/White M: 67.9/135||400||154||330||170||531||388||157||356||510||2996||296||359||361||154||340||122||508||150||460||2750||5746|
|White M: 67.1/130 W: 71.4/137||373||132||330||138||531||388||157||338||510||2897||296||334||361||154||322||102||475||131||460||2635||5532|
|Gold M: 65.0/115 W: 69.3/132||353||128||312||121||509||363||143||311||483||2723||263||306||333||142||311||92||420||110||386||2363||5086|
|Red M: 63.5/109 W: 66.7/117||331||78||278||109||413||345||122||299||423||2398||214||279||303||115||240||70||371||85||362||2039||4437|
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Photo submitted by linz4ucla on 11/12/2021
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3rd hole, hole-out from 63 yards down hill Photo submitted by u605414988 on 06/23/2021
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Happy birthday Ronnie Photo submitted by Armsr62 on 02/17/2021
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Apple Mountain GR, Hole 1, Par 4, 400 yds Photo submitted by David168485 on 03/18/2020
Apple Mountain GR, Hole 8, Par 4, 356 yds Photo submitted by David168485 on 03/18/2020
Apple Mountain GR, Hole 9, Par 5, 510 yds Photo submitted by David168485 on 03/18/2020
Apple Mountain GR, Hole 11, Par 4, 359 yds Photo submitted by David168485 on 03/18/2020
Apple Mountain GR, Hole 12, Par 4, 376 yds, Photo submitted by David168485 on 03/18/2020
Apple Mountain GR, Hole 18, Par 5, 525 yds Photo submitted by David168485 on 03/18/2020
Photo submitted by Astout1 on 03/06/2020
Totem pole type yardage marker Photo submitted by Titaniumhen on 06/27/2018
Photo submitted by Titaniumhen on 06/27/2018
1 of several bridges Photo submitted by Titaniumhen on 06/27/2018
Fairway view of the carry to the 11th green Photo submitted by brovarnm on 09/10/2017
15th green Photo submitted by brovarnm on 09/10/2017
Not too fond of ads on the course... Photo submitted by brovarnm on 09/10/2017
Apple Mountain Photo submitted by eagles4me on 06/15/2016
Apple Mountain Golf Resort Photo submitted by eagles4me on 06/15/2016
Photo submitted by TooncesPlays18 on 05/17/2016
First Tee Photo submitted by ethamzy1 on 10/21/2015
Par5 16th hole..... Photo submitted by ethamzy1 on 10/21/2015
My buddy's ball nearly struck this snake, made for an entertaining second shot. Photo submitted by JimboDean on 06/06/2014
Salmon Pants Rock Photo submitted by ericnellett on 11/13/2013
Tom Turkey with his "ladies" were roaming about on the course. Photo submitted by Annapics on 03/19/2013
A pretty Par 3 Photo submitted by Annapics on 03/19/2013
Poor Man's Coyote Moon
I read Jim's review right before posting this and can agree with a lot of things he says, but all those things he wants comes with a price.
For $24 on Golf Now.com, I can't expect perfect conditions and a beverage cart girl. It's clear the course runs on a tight budget. The fairways are rock hard because they probably haven't been airified and top-dressed with sand twice a year like they should be if money was no object.
That being said, the layout is fun, beautiful and challenging for people who spray their tee shots. Apple Mountain is in a gorgeous setting, but lower your expectations because it was $25 not $125 that Coyote Moon would charge.
Thank you for the 4 Stars and for coming out and playing. We are always running great deals and you can find out about them through our Facebook page or by signing up for our emails! We hope to see you back at Apple Mountain!
Wonderful weather and the right pace of the play.
It’s just like a beautiful fall weather with blue sky, a few white cloud patches floating, colorful falling leaves, chirping birds and running squirrels. Just beautiful scenery alone was worth of driving up some 56 miles to this mountain golf course. Reminded me of playing in the mountain courses in Georgia and Carolinas some 20 years ago. I didn’t get a good score and a single birdie because the greens were quite challenging with undulating surface with fast slope. The bunkers needed some raking and some areas of the fairways needed maintenance. The pro shop staff was very friendly and courteous. The course is quickly coming back to those good days for golfing of pre-Covid-19’s.
Beautiful course but very challenging for all
Highly recommend to all, bring lots of balls
Awesome views with elevated tees and greens. Very challenging to keep ball in play. Cart path only due to way fairways in line tree shadow turned into 5-hours. Brenda on great sharp p or and difficult slopes.
Got a round in between rain storms so cart-path only…didn’t mind, beautiful surroundings - took about 5 hours. Really nice staff.
It was tough to get to golf course with road construction & High season for Apple Hill, now fast way to get to golf course, played behind a slow group which made it somewhat frustrating. But, we got 18 in before sunset.
One of my very favorites
This is a bit out of the way but it’s a gorgeous course. Great staff. Nice breakfast and lunch restaurant. Hard to find anything better for the cost.
This course is beautiful, but extremely
hard as it has a lot of trouble. You really
need to play it several times to score good.
Apple Mountain is in very good condition
I’ve played Apple Mountain quite a few times over the years but first time this year; the course was in very good shape. Greens were in great condition - a little bit slower than in the past which was a good thing. Like always staying in the fairway is paramount. Almost every hole has trouble; a tough course but can score well if you don’t lose many balls (that can be a big if). Gorgeous trees and scenery. Worth the drive.
One of the best challenges especially off the fairway.
Its closed and has been for years.
After making a tee time with you we drove to the location of the former Apple Mountain golf course and found an abandoned barn and former fairways with waist high weeds.
The place is closed.
Why do you still act like it is in business and accept teetimes?
What are you talking about? Apple Mountain golf course isn't closed!