The Golf Club at Summerbrooke
|Red (W)||72||4936 yards||69.3||125|
|Blue M: 72.4/134||380||192||515||412||486||173||364||375||396||3293||427||383||369||361||505||171||398||173||507||3294||6587|
|White M: 70.4/130||357||151||492||385||463||157||325||341||368||3039||410||366||348||332||477||155||385||144||480||3097||6136|
|Gold M: 68.1/124 W: 72.5/128||338||139||469||365||437||127||294||327||347||2843||305||351||323||307||436||127||365||120||462||2796||5639|
|Red M: 64.1/113 W: 67.5/117||295||94||429||257||377||121||276||281||283||2413||284||234||282||281||397||107||225||92||414||2316||4729|
Better But still not ‘there’
Greens are much better but still barren in some areas. Cart paths overall still terrible rough, non existent, pace of play slow. Granted day after Christmas. But no Marshall’s , no pace. We skipped 3 holes to avoid overlong waits. Seems to be running on a shoestring budget.
Being a resident of Tallahassee for years we have seen the ups and downs of all of the courses. Summerbrooke is no exception. After playing on Saturday I was blown away with current conditions. The Management and staff are fully committed to rejuvenating the course. A lot of great strides have taken place in a short amount of time. The course is in great shape and improvements are really just beginning. You need to come play this course. You will be glad you did. It is by far the best value in the area.
Work in progress
This course is working it’s way back into a 4 star course. They are working on the cart paths and other things. There are a few greens that need some work. Love the lay out.
no grass on tee box
broken cart path
no sand in bunker
green is fast but the ball never roll but bounce to hole due to poor condition.
First off I'll start by saying the course isn't at it's true potential yet. Between the storm damage, cart paths and some greens that were in need of attention, it's far from perfect. That being said, it is a fun and challenging layout with lots of elevation changes and very playable now. All the pins were cut on the best part of the greens so putting wasn't bad. They are closing the course for a few days to clean the rest of the storm debris to help with the appearance. It is a great value for the money ( hot deal ). I was first off so pace wasn't an issue. This review might be a little biased since I played really well that day. I shot a 74 and went 1 under through the "Devils Elbow", but the true gem of this course was David in the pro shop.... He couldn't have been more friendly or accommodating!!!
Thank you for a very enjoyable morning. I will definitely be back.
Friendly greeting and service at pro shop.. We enjoyed our round and were able to ply at a steady pace. Lovely course, beautiful homes lining the fairways.
Jan. 18th Golf
Course is coming around. Owner's are repairing Cartpaths and have cleaned up really nice after Hurricane Michael. There still trying to overcome all the December rain we had 15 inches. If the owners continue the course should be good by March or April. Several Green's still need alot of work but they are mostly Puttable.
Was very surprised to see the advancements made. Fun course. Get ready for a bumpy ride though!
The condition of the course.
I've heard from people in the past that the course was in a fair condition, from my experience, the course was in excellent shape. I enjoyed playing here and will be returning. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Over all great time!
Oustanding and Fun
The course was in excellent shape and the pace of play was very good. The best price dollar for dollar in Tallahassee. If you haven't played the course in some time or somewhat recently you need to get back out there as soon as possible.
Poor course condition.
The staff told me the course was wet and cart path only was expected. The worst thing with this course is the extremely poor condition of the cement golf cart paths. They are horrible, broken up, and you could get hurt going over them. There are some greens in trouble of failure due to fungus. Hole 15 is a par 3 over a ravine is almost totally gone with about 1/3 of it washed out. This course is on the decline. Too bad.
Fairways Are A Must
This course is easy to loose a ball if not hit in the short grass
Hassle free round
Passing through Tallahassee and decided to play at Summerbrooke. The course was wet in some places due to the previous rains however the course was still in pretty good condition.
Some of the greens were a bit rough due to grass missing for whatever reasons.
The Devils elbow holes 15 & 16 were good fun to play. My playing partner didn’t think so though but a good challenge if your straight. Then 17 the par 3 over the lake. Great.
Would play here again
Summerbrooke Golf Club is SENSATIONAL
This course is nestled in the beautiful Summerbrooke Golf community. It's a semi-private course that offers a challenging layout with beautiful surroundings. The members and home owners in this community are very suppotive of the Club and course atmosphere. The Club’s pool and pavilion is an amenity that other golf clubs in the area can’t offer. It’s beautifully maintained and set in pristine surroundings that overlook the golf course. Their food and drink menu (poolside and grille) is a great value whether you are lounging by yourself or with the kids. The pool is very family friendly and offer Friday night “dive in” movies for parents and children to enjoy together. This is a home run for sure!
This was probably once a very nice course. Good layout. Undermaintained. Gas carts, very broken up cart paths.
I played this course for the first time and it was a neat design. Will be back, but hopefully not after a huge rainstorm that made for a soggy round. The greens were slow and the tee boxes could use some TLC. The practice range needs some grass. It could be a 4 Star course.