The Executive at Victor Hills Golf Club
|Blue (W)||29||1558 yards|
|Blue M: 33.6/124||225||280||172||152||170||128||144||157||130||1558||1558|
|White M: 32.7/121 W: 35.5/130||155||160||135||142||150||120||134||147||120||1263||1263|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Of the three 18 hole courses I think the North course is the most interesting. The Victor area has rolling hills so in general this makes all the courses fun and challenging. The North course takes the best advantage of the hilliness. There are wide open holes but most are lined with mature trees and you are almost always dealing with grade changes. In recent years the conditions have been very good and the prices are very reasonable. They not only have a senior rate, but a super senior rate. The staff could be a bit more friendly and sometimes it's tough to get a tee time because they have so many tournaments there, but with 3 courses one of them is always available. I'd rate the East course second best – a short but strategic course, and the South course more of a beginner's course – nice, but less challenging.
par 3 corse
Play your 9 holes at the north or south if you are anybody who can hit it fairly well this is pretty easy and not very well kept