Cross Creek Golf Club
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Nice practice course
Cross Creek is an 18 hole par 3 in the city. Yes, the course could use some TLC. Rarely tees off on grass. It’s a great course to practice the short game, winds around water on many holes. Friendly staff make it even better! Plenty of push carts. If you’re a golf snob the course condition may not be for you. If you just want to get a quick 18 in or practice the short game, this is a great little course tucked away in Atlanta.
Cross Creek Rundown
Yes, it’s a par 3; yes it’s associated with an older Condo Association, BUT this golf course has NEVER looked or played worse! That’s including when it was flooded years ago. What a waste of our time and money!
Yo! Chill out y’all. It’s a cheap local course. I had a blast. I walked and played solo. Showed up early and clubhouse worker was nice and just let me start. Great little par 3. You better be accurate or want to work on it. Course is a bit tight and greens are small so aim straight pheasants. Greens could use some love but it’s all just about getting better and having fun. If you can put it next to the pin you’re good. Great course to work on your short game for the value. You shouldn’t lose too many balls it very wide open. Great family course.
Course is very short. Most of the holes barely break 100 yards to pin. Greens were very pockmarked and two of the holes were mud due to recent flooding. Great practice for short game and we were the only ones there for a while so that made it worth the money. If it were crowded, I would’ve felt like I wasted my money.
Reality Based Review - Cross Creek
This is a short par three course. It provides an opportunity to work on short game. It’s easy to walk. It’s easy on the wallet. The golf pro wasn’t there when I checked in but the employee who assisted me was very friendly. Pace of play was not an issue. I think playing this course could be quite rewarding. What I’d like to do is hit my tee shot right onto the green and putt it on in. Alas, my short game is not dialed in so I bumbled my ball mostly forward until I holed out. Good practice.
The course conditions leave much to be desired. It’s not going to win the beauty contest. Greens are very small. Layout is confusing in a couple areas, even when checking the scorecard layout.
In life we take the good and the bad, no different at Cross Creek. Maybe with the golf surge they will put some money into the little course, I’m hopeful they will because it’s a stones throw away from me. For that reason alone, I’ll grab the small bag and head back out there to work on short game. Play well.
Not the worst but it’s a very cramped and tiny course and on two of the holes on the front 9, from the tee box to the green was covered by deep mud, fallen branches, and trash. other than those two holes it was fine but it was near impossible to play the two muddy holes.