Emerald Greens Golf Club
The Golf Course at the Emerald Greens Golf Club is a nine-hole, par-3 course. Designed by Henry Hughes and opened in 1965, the course is affiliated with the retirement community Windsor Gardens, making it a semi-private. The course is suitable for all levels of golf, providing challenges that beginners can still handle while also serving as great practice for experienced golfers wanting to work on their short game. The greens are undulating and there are also bunkers. Emerald Greens Golf Club's fairways are wide open and water hazards come into play on over half of the course's holes. There is a heavy emphasis on shot accuracy since there are greenside sand bunkers.
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Available FacilitiesSauna, Jacuzzi, Showers, Locker Rooms
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Fun little outing
This is a fun little part three. In good shape. Holes go from almost 200 yards down to about 120. Went out with a lady friend that hadn’t played in many years. We both had a great time.
Conditions were great especially for the price. Just be warned that it is a par 3 only if that isn’t clear to others. I think there are some people there who want to get a very quick 9 holes in so beginners should just be ready for that. We finished our round in 90 minutes with a group of 6 in front of us setting pace and were still getting hit into.
Great 9 hole par 3
I’ve played other courses, but switched to Emerald Greens because I can count on teeing off on time. Other courses allowed late comers to play, pushing back everyone’s start times The staff at Emerald Greens shows respect for all players by sticking to the rules that are posted at the entrance for easy reading. Doug, Edward, and Dylan are polite and helpful. They cheerfully greeted me and my family when I arrived and after we finish playing, the asked me my opinion about the course.. The course itself is the best 9 hole, par three in the state, and I’ve played them all.
Course was in great shape. Greens are as good as you'll find in the area. The course is a great combination of relatively short holes with a few really challenging holes mixed in. Only complaint is we caught up to a group of teenage boys who seemed to have no regard for pace of play and seemed oblivious to others on the course. Obviously not the fault of the course but it would have been nearly perfect other than that.
Overcrowded.Great place to go if slow play and poor conditions are your preference, as it’s a senior community golf course. Terrible staff; rude to young people, and looking for reasons to make them not want to return. I’ve never had a good experience at this golf course.
Great little course
Tucked away between some apartments is this great little par 3. The people working and playing here are all incredibly friendly and the course is in great shape. Would highly recommend for a quick round of 9.
This layout is great for tuning up the short game and is in excellent condition, Only problem is the golf pro or golf shop manager is a real jerk off! I’ve been there four times and have had issues with him every single time. Most recently he tried to tell me I didn’t pre pay for carts on the Golf Now app. Went as far as making me show my bank account app with the total price before he relinquished the cart. He is no way a golf pro. Probably a high school drop out with a huge chip on his shoulder.
nice par 3
Not too crowded on a Sunday late morning. Fairways in good condition. Greens are pretty sandy and slow.
They treat this dump like it is castle pines
The pro should be a class A professional to run the track correctly. Im a class A professional and will never pay another dollar to this establishment. Horrible feel with a staff that patrols u as you play.