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
All around, a good experience
My biggest problem was the cart guys. My buddy and I showed up half an hour before the round. After checking in and paying for our round we wanted to get our cart and hit the driving range. The guys didn’t want to give us our cart at first. Said it was too early. Really rubbed me the wrong way. I think getting your cart 20 minutes early when you still are planning on going to driving range first is normal. They just were not very pleasant about it
Challenging for Beginners
Really fun course, it was my first time playing a Crystal Springs course and I was not disappointed. It has a good mix of easy and challenging holes. Layout is good, the holes are really far apart though. This is a good course for someone new to the game like myself. I shot a 52(it’s a 9 hole course)
9 hole course, pretty straightforward layout which worked for me and my 12 year old son. beautiful scenery as you'd expect at crystal springs. better players will likely find this course pretty easy.
negatives were aerated greens and rock hard sand traps, but we had just gotten hammered by a big storm two days earlier so i'll give them a pass.
the tavern was great for a meal afterward. overall, definitely enjoyed it and will be back.
Great value for the money.
Great scenery and visually stunning.
Staff was great, helpful and friendly.
Would play again soon.
Our game was delayed because the course had FOOTGOLF allowed at same time as we were golfing
a total mess with people running across the course kicking a soccer ball
It should have been noted on the listing when we booked that this type of golf was allowed on this course
Probably will never play this course again
Great course for solo player
Slope 133 is very attractive to improve your golf skill in not crowded course with friendly starter. But you should play here not least.
First Experience at Crystal Springs
This was the first Crystal Springs course I’ve ever played, easily the best course I’ve played too. I’m a beginner golfer so I haven’t exactly played very many courses yet but this is perfect for all skill levels. The course is narrow but forgiving at the same time. The fairways and tee boxes are in great shape, greens are super fast and the staff is great. I will be back at this course before the end of the season.
Played in early December. Very few people on the course.
Other then finding the location of the first tee, the layout was very nice, some holes more challenging than others. I look forward to returning in the spring.