Orchards Executive Golf Course
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Great fun for great value
We booked online and played 18 holes for the 9 hole (with cart) price. We are not good golfers and this course is perfect for my kids (16 & 12) to play. We lose balls, we find balls and we we make a few good shots and bad ones. It’s not Pebble Beach. But it’s also not stuffy and arrogant like most courses make bad golfers feel.
Don’t waste you’re time or money here
I payed for a round of 9 holes and a cart to play on Sunday. Arrived and waited for golf manager at the clubhouse for 30 minutes he never showed up. THERE WERE NOT any golf carts to ride or play. My wife just recently having surgery could not walk the whole course so we needed the cart. We waited for over a full our and the clubhouse manager never showed up. So we ended up leaving. Didn’t play. Glancing at the course the greens were half dead and nothing but sand. I would recommend to anyone to NEVER PLAY HERE.
Greens were in bad shape. Dying and crab grass growing in them. Apparently, noone fixes divots. Golf paths are terrible, you need 4 wheel drive on the carts but if you love golf it's still fun. If you looking for manicured greens and uptake then this isn't for you.
Short tight course.
A little 9 hole executive course with 5 par 3's and 4 short par 4's. Drives are tight with trees, creek or properties edging all holes. The par three's are short but a good test of your wedge game. The greens are in fairly good condition and putt true with subtle breaks that can be hard to read. The tee's leave a little to be desired but the new owner is working diligently to bring them up to scratch. Overall its a nice short course which is fun to play, especially for the shorter hitters.
Carts and push carts available but it is easy to walk this short course.