Meadowood Golf Club
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|White M: 32.0/107||350||357||355||135||390||221||123||410||252||2593||2593|
|Gold W: 32.5/105||340||250||342||130||371||208||123||295||235||2294||2294|
$5 is Too much
I was told this used to be a 18 hole course but they put condo up, taking out 9. They should’ve bulldozed the whole thing. It would be an insult to goats to graze on this piece of land. Got to play 2 balls on #4 and 1/2 of the green was under repair (see picture).
They don't do tee times there for stacked everywhere took about 3 hours to play 9!! Both par 3s were no greens and still paid to play 9 holes? Never come back!!
Can't beat hot deal $10 for 9 plus cart
Little nine hole course inside of a little subdivision. Tee boxes and fairways are kinda overgrown and not in the best of shape but greens are fine. Course is short and is perfect if you want to work on your game. $10 hot deal for 9 plus a cart can't be beat. Usually busy and draws an older, slower crowd. Just don't be in a rush and you'll be fine. Leave the driver in the bag because it's not needed
Under construction I get, but the rest of course???
Some holes were under construction, but the rest of the course was horrible too. 15 bucks for 9 and a cart was certainly worth it, but as the saying goes you get what you pay for. In addition to the awful course conditions it is the slowest paced course I've ever played. No intentions of going back, not even for free..
If you’re looking for a cheap 9 hole course for a beginner or a warm up round this is the course for you. Our tee time was 10am on a Saturday and we didn’t begin until 10:20. Finished at 12:15, hole 7 was unplayable and was not mentioned by the staff. Had to play the par 3 4th hole twice (two tee shots). The holes needed to be cut and moved, looked like it hadn’t been done in two weeks. Overall you get what you pay for, very average to just below average.
All around bad experience
Course is not kept up. Weeds everywhere, including tee boxes and fairways. There were two holes under construction during our round, one of them completely unplayable. We were not told about this prior to our round, which felt dishonest. When confronting the manager about this he didn't apologize, he didn't offer an explanation, he just rolled his eyes and told us to leave and not come back. Very disappointing because I used to enjoy this course as a cheap alternative to big expensive 18 hole courses.
The course is not very well maintained, poor cart path conditions, along with construction on 3 of the 9 holes they provide.
We were approached multiple times by the workers to make sure we weren’t playing with a large group of people. (Which we weren’t)
Pace of the day was very slow. Took about 4 hours to play technically 8 holes with 4 people playing best ball.
Not a fun time and will not be returning. Pay the extra money for a nicer course and you’ll be 100% more satisfied.
Awsome!! And Tyler in the pro Shop is the man!
Great course to pick up the game and learn. Awsome staff. Great price for 9 and a cart. Will go back!
Shutdown & Renew
I’ve played on this course for 20+ years, and throughout all that time, the quality of this course has seemingly stayed the same: very poor. There was a nickname for this course when I played in high school, and it was The Rock. The course has always been quite short, but the ground was/is so hard and uneven that making par was/is still a challenge. I’d love to see this course take a sabbatical for a year or two and really become a gem for the Northern Kentucky region. The clubhouse is fine, but the course needs total revamping. First, flattened, level tee boxes. It’s never a good experience to tee off when your feet and ball are on different planes. Second, distinguished cuts of grass for tee boxes, fairways, fringe, and greens. Many times all of those areas run together (the greens are distinguishable, but in terrible condition - a lot of dead spots). Third, more manageable greens. Many of the greens are smaller than they used to be 10 or years ago, but they are too uneven. Random slopes and lots of extreme double tiers. This leads to nearly impossible readings of the greens. You might as well just hit the ball towards the main break and try to your best to 2-putt. Four, better hole division. Almost every time I play there, people on holes 1, 2, 3, and 9 are playing with each other because these holes run parallel to one another without a sufficient tree line to separate them. Most people don’t hit the ball straight, so having a taller, thicker tree line separating the fairways would prevent more people from having to play on other fairways and slowing up pace further. Also, almost every time I play there, people have to stop and ask where to go for hole 6. This leads me to Five, hole information and direction. Proper hole signs including at least tee box yardage markers should be a given for any course. Plus proper signs indicating which direction to go for each hole if they’re not obvious. And since the cart paths on this course are nearly non-existent, these would be a cheaper alternative for direction. Six, cart paths. Self-explanatory.
That’s it. I would love to see someone that loves golf properly invest in this course and make it stand out. I know it’s only 9-holes, but that’s enough for most players looking for quick rounds after work, during the weekend when they have other plans and want to fit in a quick round, or for any gold league. I hope someone makes it happen someday.
Round cancelled because of rain.
I wont be using golf now again for booking.
The round was cancelled because of thunder and lightning storms in the area.
I could not seem to get my cancellation done through golf now and the course just said golf now needs to call them so they can tell them it was rained out but I still have no number to get through to you .
Course is in very bad shape greens are messed up . 20.00 for 9 holes and a cary is stealing .I do not recomend playing here unless you pay 10.00 bucks