Loch Nairn Golf Course

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I have been playing this course for over 50 years (back when it was Red Fox). The course never disappoints. It is not a long course, but the holes are interesting. The greens are some of the best munis I have played , and even better than some of the local private clubs (ie Hartefield).The staff is friendly, and a very nice 19th hole. Great value for the money.

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Mostly tight layout with lots of water throughout. But some very interesting shots that you won’t see at other courses. It’s tough but worth the price.

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Played the back blue tees and seemed much tougher than the 123 slope. (I think it should be more like 128.) Some intimidating tee shots and several semi-blind approaches where the pin is just peaking above the swamp cat tails. Five par fours were in 404 to 471 range. Two of the par 3s were about 200 yards. Greens were on the small side with some significant slopes, and drop-offs next to or behind some.

Course was a bit soft from rains but the conditioning (greens, fairways, tees, bunkers) was good.

Biggest drawback: Bothersome and somewhat dangerous (believe me, I know) congestion of tees and cart paths for different holes when you first cross the road (I think beginning at hole 7).

I’d give this course 3.5 to 4 stars out of 5.

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Greens were in top shape. Requires Course management, not just long ball. Definitely will play here again

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