Emerald Hills Golf Course
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Available FacilitiesConference Facilities, Banquet Facilities
Hidden Gem in the peninsula
Great place to play year round.
Look to play here more as other local 9 holes fill up fast
Fun and easy outing
I really enjoyed my round here. It was super easy to get a tee time. The check in staff member was professional and super friendly. The course is all par 3, so fun and smooth. Don't be fooled though, the targets are challenging even for an experienced golfer. The greens were in very nice shape. I had a great time with my son.
Your short iron work better be tight as your abilities will be seriously tested. If you don’t land on the pad, your ball is GONE for good. There are no opportunities to scramble.
Golf is about overcoming obstacles and the tightness of this short course along with the surprising transitions will challenge your ability to make finesse shots and test your course-management skills.
A really fun little track.
Would not recommend
The greens were extremely sandy and looked like the roughs in other courses, not enjoyable had to absolutely pound the ball to get it to go 10 ft., the fairways were basically dirt walkways, there’s constant changes in elevation which puts you more into a hike than a round of golf to be honest. I’ll give it the benefit of the doubt maybe it’s seen better days in warmer months but as of now it’s not ideal to play. Sorry but there are much better 9 hole courses for less of a charge in the area.
Sunny, course was dry, pace of play was kinda slow but no issues at all. The course is very green from the last time we played there. Great day for golf.
Great, challenging 9 hole par 3
For a 9 hole par 3 course, this one is very challenging. Sloping fairways and hills surrounding tiny greens make it a good challenge to play your shots wisely. We played in January, so the grass conditions were not ideal, mostly hard pan, dirt or short weeds in the fairways, but still, a fun round. We would play here again.
Short course but too hilky
The course has a lot of dead grass, making play and walking up and down the hills more challenging than necessary. Fast playing though if you want a quick game or are a beginner.
Short Executive...Meh Condition
This is an overall really short course. There are a couple of 170 yardish holes and a lot of 100-110. Tee boxes were not great and greens were ok and dandy. I had a good time with my 10 year old, who has only played a few times. It was good for him.
Holes in the Hills
First time. Booked thru GolfNow. They let groups of five play which slows things down. Way finding is confusing with golfers and disc golfers playing at the same time. Very hilly, muddy. Not sure I would go back again.
BillyGoat course now with Disc Golfers!
I've golf at Elks a 100 times so I know what I'm getting into when book a tee time. It's a short course that's very hilly and not in great shape and usually a good deal. Not this time..I paid more than I've ever paid before and it was mid morning in the middle of the week. Usually the pace of play is pretty good but this time they booked Disc Golfers at the same time. We waited at every hole. I won't be going back to Elks anytime soon.
This was a comedy from the very beginning. From figuring out where the first hole was to figuring out how to get to the next hole after each finishing putt. The course is a joke but for $25 you have to keep your expectations in check and wonder how long this property will remain a golf course.
This course is in really poor condition, no grass on tee boxes, fairways. Greens in good shape. I am a 2 handicap and shot even par, 1 brdie, 1 boogie, 7 pars. My girlfriend who doesn't play often had a hard time because if you can't hit the green with your tee shot the ball can roll anywhere and you will have a dirt lie. Very hilly no flat lies so not a fun course for a high handicapper.