Keystone Golf & Country Club
Built in 1928, Keystone Golf & Country Club (previously known as Lakeside Links Golf Club) is an older course but a redesign in 1959 has kept the course up to date. Originally designed by legendary architect Donald J. Ross, the golf course has a classic, challenging layout that did not need much improvement. The layout features narrow fairways lined with tall trees and small greens that are fast and undulating. Keystone Golf & Country Club's gently rolling terrain may not feature any water hazards but there is an elevated green on every hole of the back nine to keep the course interesting. There are also 36 bunkers strategically placed throughout.
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History coming back to life
Amazing layout! The Management is bring it back to life where else are you gonna find a Donald Ross course for $17. Now it just gonna take time and love but they are doing it. As long as they stay with it it will be amazing soon.
Course information is not correct on Golf Now
The course has been under new management for 2 years and many great things have been done to improve the golf course. Including the greens! Covered driving range - Event Room - give it a try.
This course was terrible.
Super friendly staff but just a very sad course.
No fairways, no markings for distance, no GPS , greens unputtable.
It was cheap but I still over paid.
Rude Old Men
The course is full of weeds not really grass, but worse is large groups of 5-6 old men who drive privately owned carts and ignore all customs and practices of etiquette and courtesy. The new owners are trying to run the course as a part time endeavor with little success.