This course is closed.
Okay course that is relatively affordable. I think the course is owned by the city of Roanoke. Good course for the average golfer, you can swing away and the greens are playable for the weekend golfer. The driving range is not at the top of the list but it allows you to warm up if needed. As long as the cost stays reasonable and okay, sneak out and play course. Not one you want to plan a golf trip to.
Played this course for the first time in over a year and it's a nice course overall but it needs some work. It looked like they hadn't mowed the fairways in a couple of days and the greens needed some work as well.
Overall its a good course for the price (24 dollars on weekdays after 3 pm is not bad). But if you're coming in from out of town and looking for a nice course to play at, don't pick Countryside.
This course has a good layout, it is unfortunate that they do not take care of the fairways, it is better to play from the rough. Also the prices were increased a fair amount without upgrading the playing conditions.