Sagamore Spring Golf Club
|Black M: 68.8/124 W: 71.8/128||488||361||521||374||288||171||356||192||166||2917||261||516||477||418||154||372||381||206||212||2997||5914|
|White M: 66.7/119 W: 71.3/125||465||344||473||364||276||146||336||179||151||2734||247||499||431||398||137||330||317||185||180||2724||5458|
|Silver M: 63.2/110 W: 67.8/116||433||323||420||343||200||123||242||154||134||2372||226||429||354||317||110||301||273||144||149||2303||4675|
|Gold M: 59.3/104 W: 60.3/108||304||223||334||223||200||99||203||147||66||1799||226||328||326||282||96||220||203||92||80||1853||3652|
Not in Good Shape
This place has serious potential. However, the course is not well maintained at all. Greens are painfully slow and the tee boxes are like hitting out of the jungle. Nobody replaces divots or fixes ball marks. It is a fairly easy, short course. Gas carts that have a tablet with course GPS in them, but some do not work. This should be a $20 weekend round kind of place. I would advise seeking an alternative course for a more serious golfer.
Go to course
I first played this course in July and really liked it. Its becoming my go to course and a favorite. The course is very walkable and the twilight rate/value is excellent. One of the few courses around that has a driving range where you can warm up too.
The first hole is a reachable in two par 5 that has a nice wide landing zone that really helps on the first shot of the day. One unique thing is that both the front and back 9s end with back-to-back par 3s.