Forest E. Everhart Memorial Golf Course
|Red (W)||36||3134 yards|
|Blue M: 36.5/123||345||385||175||395||520||210||475||385||400||3290||3290|
|White M: 35.3/121||310||365||130||385||500||165||400||375||520||3150||3150|
|Gold W: 35.1/119||295||335||125||345||480||140||360||340||480||2900||2900|
|Red W: 33.5/113||290||330||135||340||470||135||355||355||475||2885||2885|
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I have been playing this course for over 30 years. I started playing and supporting this course because my dad is a veteran. But the last time I played me my daughter and son -n- law payed and played9 holes. Went back in and ask if I could pay to play a few more holes. The guy said you played 8 and 9 twice which didn’t happen. Didn’t appreciate getting accused of playing without paying. Tried to pay for another 9 but was told rudely just go ahead a play a couple holes.
Booked time on Golf Now for $5 plus fees. For what I paid, it’s not a bad starter course. Took entire family out to play; wife and kids. They are all beginners so wasn’t looking for expensive, high-end course where pace of play may be an issue. Rough was a little high making it difficult to find balls off the fairway but was enjoyable to be able to golf with entire family for reasonable cost.
All around easy course
All around a easy, fun course that most the proceeds go to help the veterans so I’m ok with paying for what it is. They said they’re going to stop using golfnow though so that kind of sucks. Pace of play is usually slow or very very slow ( veterans on site get to walk for free ) but they are supposed to let you play through. I would recommend playing it though if you’re looking for a place that doesn’t require a tee time.