the golf course is nice but i witnessed an employee physically threaten a customer on saturday. it occurred in the pro shop and in front of numerous customers. i would not return to this golf course until it deals with its customer service issues.
First and last time to this facility. Even though it was a good test of golf and the track is fairly well kept along with nice greens and tees, however the main facility is in need of a complete makeover. The driving carts are disgusting. It appears that they stay out all year. They are filthy, discolored and appear to be something left from the ice age, felt like I could catch something from riding in them. The clubhouse smells like mustiness and mold. A really strong stench. However with that aside nice track and worth the money if you walk.
If you don't have the time to play a 5 or even 6 hour round... don't go to Green Meadow. They are notorious (see other online review sites) for over booking and slow play and don't care! At one point there were 4 groups waiting at the same tee box. We came off the course yesterday at the 15th hole at 5pm with an 11:28 tee time. 5 1/2 hours and we didn't finish!
The staff is young and completely lacks customer service skills ie. but it is like this all the time was one comment we got.. but the pro Brian is a real pro and a gentleman.
Net/net... will never go back until their online reputation changes and they address this issue.
Great local golf course. Has two 18's to choose from. You can play front side or back side of either course. Great for weekday play. If you don't get there on the right time on the weekend prepare for it to be packed. The pricing is pretty fair also
This is easily one of the nicest public courses I've played on.
I was able to play here this past weekend and I was impressed with the quality of the tees, traps and greens. Very nice.
The Green Meadow Golf Club is a 36 (!) hole facility that has a small pro shop and little restaurant/bar area, along with a nice big porch and a HUGE practice green.
That practice green was awesome - it's enormous and has varied inclines throughout so you really get a feel for the greens before you hit the links.
There are two 18-hole courses here, and I played "The Jungle". I don't know who named these but - whatever!
It's a really nice course. It can be maddening with FOUR par 5s but I think you will find this course adequately challenging. I really enjoyed it. I though the quality of the greens were just great. Sure, a lot of people don't repair their divot marks, but that's why I fix a few on each one myself!
The one thing I didn't like is that the main road into the place goes RIGHT by several holes - not along the "Jungle" course, but the other one (I forget the name). I would find that pretty annoying. Even on the Jungle course, one of the holes is RIGHT up against the highway. A lot border a busy cart path, or are near the parking lot. Well, even with that I still really had a good time here. Some of the holes border this GORGEOUS river - really nice. And there are some nice spots along the way of just great trees and sculpted hills.
I really liked playing here - I recommend it if you get the chance!!!
* UPDATE *
Played here yesterday - I still think it's a wonderful public course. Even with the road running through it, it's a great place to play! I was a little annoyed at the no-9-hole rate. I had to pay $40 to get out. And this is off-season. You'd think there'd be a deal for like $30 play as much as you'd like but there isn't. Still, it's a great course that's fun to play and in great shape. I still recommend it.