Clayton Hills Golf Course
Formerly known as Sunrise Executive Par 3 Golf Course.
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
A Backyard 9 holer
Holes range, primarily, from 50 - 120 yards, with 2 holes at 175 & 195 respectively. Signs on each hole with artificial newish tee boxes which helps the new golfer. Tee to green is fine but would need to play winter rules all year round, powerlines are an eye sore but an easy walk. Greens are small and in terrible condition. No pro shop or staff to be seen. Couldn’t find a scorecard and the trailer (to perhaps pay?) was locked. $10 is reasonable and great for little kids.
Irons only. Basic course. For beginners
Course is VERY basic. You get what you pay for. Great for beginners. And practice with your irons. Greens are a mess. But again, great for practice.
The pub and patio looks good tho. Would probably go back for that. (If the weather was nicer we probably would have stayed)
This is a golf course?
I wasn't expecting much at all, and it was still way worse than expected. I understand its meant to be a cheap little place, but other local pitch and putts are 10x better. I mean you can practice with your pitching wedge off the teabox, but thats about it. Not even worth bringing a putter since the greens are full of weeds and pretty much like putting on a fairway. Just a waste of time. If you want practice with iron shots, go to a real pitch and putt, or just simply a driving range.
Great for practice... But don't expect much.
So I understand that the course is cheap, but at least cut the grass. The greens were in horrible shape and more like a fringe. The fringe and fairways are like the rough. and well the rough was really rough. The course has no mapping or small signs to tell you where you go.
Overall, if you want somewhere cheap, practice on your irons and don't care about the conditions, this is your place.