Hazelton Golf Club
Previously known as Sun Valley Golf Course
|Red (W)||74||5196 yards||69.9||112|
|Gold M: 72.3/129||372||380||495||185||389||156||534||435||398||3344||395||464||428||201||451||396||200||418||443||3396||6740|
|Blue M: 70.9/123||363||346||473||175||369||149||525||423||384||3207||378||444||416||194||375||389||193||398||407||3194||6401|
|White M: 69.0/120 W: 74.5/124||359||336||461||160||358||136||513||411||308||3042||359||420||400||173||375||382||185||358||376||3028||6070|
|Red M: 64.7/110 W: 69.1/112||292||304||376||153||306||123||396||325||304||2579||258||336||330||160||334||344||142||307||302||2513||5092|
Food & BeverageBar, Snacks
For the value, you can’t beat this course. $40 all in with cart. Course is in good shape, greens are great. Tee boxes are a little firm, so bring extra tees because you’ll snap a bunch. Clubhouse is still closed because of COVID but overall a great course for the price.
We decided to try out Hazelton, as I have heard about it for a few years, but never played it. The clubhouse was closed due to COVID, but the club pro met us as we were walking in and directed us to the check in area.
The course was in decent shape, but the greens were almost perfect. The fairways were average, but in comparison to many courses this year with the extremely dry summer...they were better than average. Tee boxes were a bit beat up, between bare spots and weeds.
The course itself was challenging, as there were a few longer par 4's, and some hidden streams. The course is somewhat wide open, with only a few spots with trees within the fairways/rough area. The course is outlined in trees.
I WOULD PLAY AGAIN!