Cascades Golf Course
Cascades Golf Club is one of two nine-hole courses offered by Crystal Springs Resort, which offers four other courses. Cascades is the newest of all the courses. It was designed by Roger Rulewich, who designed two of the resort's most popular golf courses, Ballyowen and Wild Turkey. The other nine-hole course, Minerals, has been ranked as one of the top 12 short courses in the country, but Cascades still manages to hold its own. The course offers a fair amount of challenge but the main appeal is its playability. Cascades Golf Club is mostly open with a few strategically placed bunkers coming into play. There is also the occasional water hazard. The golf course is gentle enough for beginners but provides a quick but fun round for more advanced golfers.
|Red (W)||36||2741 yards||37.3||130|
|Green (W)||36||1538 yards||34.7||125|
|Black M: 75.9/141||426||465||359||157||415||624||447||198||536||3627||7254|
|Blue M: 74.8/138||396||429||335||134||373||583||421||158||486||3315||6630|
|White M: 74.6/134 W: 76.1/136||368||392||275||111||353||550||395||128||450||3022||6044|
|Red W: 70.7/125||354||346||242||88||328||493||370||112||408||2741||5482|
|Green W: 67.4/120||172||231||82||76||235||297||145||96||204||1538||3076|
Food & BeverageBar, Snacks, Restaurant, Beverage Carts
Available FacilitiesShowers, Lockers
Good course / great value
Course in ok shape for time of the year.
Great course to play while tuning up your game. Allows you to experiment with clubs yiu may not use often.
Bunkers were hard & not really playable. Greens had been aerated & not yet ready to access your real putting.
Still super early in the season - aerated greens!
Aside from the aerated greens, the grounds were perfect. Kudos to the groundskeepers, who are also super friendly when playing first thing in the morning. One of my only complaints is that the carts can be hit or miss. You can either get a cart that drives nicely or you can get one that won’t go more than walking pace or the tie-rods are shot and the steering is terrifying. Aside from that, I always have a lovely round at Cascades and will continue to come back!
Never easy but enjoyable
Long distance course
Will comeback again
Course is beautiful
Course was beautiful. Still in good condition even in the middle of December.
Excellent Par 9
I enjoy playing cascades very much. It's a great layout and very beginner friendly. Highly recommended.
Good course, slow pace, too much money
Like the course. Had three females infront of us that just could not keep up the pace. Ended up waiting 5-10 minutes to tee off, every hole.
Extremely slow play
Ladies in front were terrible players with no sense of etiquette....didn't ask me to play through
All in all the staff was very friendly.. the course wasn't pretty good shape although a few of the greens and approach shots were just a mess. It's unfortunate that the players don't replace David and fix big divots
Nice price. Bad pacing.
We got a Friday tee time at 11:30am for $33 per golfer. Can’t beat that price. But the pace of play was extremely slow.
This course is also a course for children’s golf and foot golf. So not only are there two pins on every green, but the fairways and rough are littered with giant holes and flags for foot golf.
Course is in good condition but it took over 5 hours to play the nine twice because of how backed up everything was between the regular golfers and the families playing “foot golf”.
Slow play and cart path only
I booked it on golf now. The course was dry as a bone. Except for the first par five which one portion of it seemed like it was pretty soggy. There was no reason for it to be cartpath only for the entire round. Literally one hole was all that was needed. It’s slowed everything down. 2 1/2 hours for nine holes. Really disappointed.
Challenging but friendly course.
Course fairways are wide enough to allow for some errant drives. Maintained well and pace of play was just right.
Please no foot golf.
I will never play another course that has foot golf on it. This should be disclosed, Also had an extra pin and a larger cup for children on each green. Why wasn't this also disclosed.
No pin placement designation
course was in decent shape, however, pin placement on green had no designation, either by color flag or tag on pin to tell you whether pin was front, middle or back of green. Unless you had a range finder your approach shot could be a difference of 50 yards. Made play frustrating. Would not play again.