Glen Oaks Country Club
|Black M: 71.5/125||408||430||216||383||345||347||502||197||489||3317||376||337||178||481||393||352||473||386||153||3129||6446|
|Blue M: 69.0/124 W: 74.6/142||378||391||196||358||315||310||481||170||462||3061||344||299||148||446||353||337||456||342||139||2864||5925|
|White M: 66.9/119 W: 72.0/131||361||350||182||323||294||293||446||151||426||2826||303||258||123||365||353||337||443||314||122||2618||5444|
|Red M: 64.6/114 W: 69.2/120||301||310||150||289||272||293||416||151||389||2571||297||231||96||362||308||304||383||294||114||2389||4960|
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Very nice course. Through a neighborhood so some fairways tight. Did some aeration to course but overall a very good time. Will definitely play this course again.
Better than last time
First round, I found plenty of trouble. Not the best course to use driver on many of the holes, so its more of a placement test than a strength test as it's generally a short but guarded course. Greens aren't great but much better than the first time. Included lunch is a nice touch
Early Saturday Golf
I got the “Member for a Day Deal”. Round of golf, lunch and a Beer. Not a bad deal when you add it all up. Course looked and played great. Had about an hour rain delay to start, but after that it was clear and sunny. Pace of play was great. Greens were in great shape. Fairways were hit and miss on the condition. But still playable. Overall a great experience.
Great course for the money and being a private club it’s everything you’d expect!
Greens rolled true, fairways plush, overall a good time on a nice course.
Way overpriced for the course.......
Even with lunch and a beer, this course, with the exception of the greens is in poor condition and should not cost more than $25 to play. Pace of play is extremely slow as well.
Greens were great
Greens were great. Fairways were terrible. Lots of weeds, hardly any grass. Tees were good. Free lunch was a definite plus. Pretty descent value.
Fairways are in the process of turning out. Great value. Lunch and a weekend round for $60 can’t beat it. Staff was great.
Good course, we played in the rain the course holds water in the fairways. The greens drained well. Overall good course for the price and the included lunch at the end of the round.
Great layout, but fairways brown and muddy for spring round
I love the layout - beautiful and challenging - but the fairways were all brown and muddy on our 4/9/21 round. Given the lush green grass of most of the rest of the area I expected greener fairways. It was worse than just brown though, most were muddy and we frequently got very tight lies. Looking forward to it greening up for summer.
Once great course turned terrible
I was shocked to be charged full summer weekend rates the third Saturday in April especially with that rate being an increase from last year. But what really upset me is the fairways had not even started to comeback, just a lot of dormant grass and little flags in the holes that actually kept the balls out if you hit them. Anything but the ball barely making it to the hole did not go in. Plus you could not see the "utility line" marking flags they used from anywhere but the green. As for the greens themselves, they needed rolling more than a goat pasture. My 20+ buddies and I have played there 6-8 times a year for many years now but never again and I'm telling everyone to stay away.
It wasn’t difficult to figure out why this course has been struggling for membership for years. Pace of play from the one group of members on the course had 2 groups backed up on 10 tee. That was after waiting behind that same group for the entire front 9. After skipping a hole we were hit into on 11 and the clubhouse called. Ranger came out to lecture us on not asking to play through. Which wasn’t surprising that they would stick up for the inconsiderate members. The 10-15 members still left at Glen Oaks are more than welcome to enjoy it for another year or two until it closes.