We held both the ceremony and reception at Rush Creek. It is the most beautiful venue! And they are always updating/upgrading the location with the most beautiful finishes and landscaping (that even prompted our photographer to do a majority of our shots outside!) The staff is SO NICE and professional! They think of everything two steps ahead of you; I never really had to ask for anything, because by the time I thought of it whatever it was was already being taken care of! The food was amazing, they were so flexible with our meal options, and our guests really had the best time and raved about the location, the food, and staff, etc. Really, very impressive!
The coordinator, Aimee, helped us a great deal with wedding planning and she is incredible! She is so nice and personable, it felt like we were friends at the end! She really thought of everything and and made me, our families and friends feel so welcome and comfortable. She really allowed my day to go very smoothly and without a hitch. I did not have one 'freak out' moment the entire day! To be given such piece of mind on such a busy and important day is really priceless. I am so thankful for Aimee and her staff.
Overall - you will not be sorry to have any event at Rush Creek. The ambiance, the decor, the amazing staff - everything is right on par (no pun intended)!
Wow! This course and clubhouse is nicer than any local private club I have played and the food is amazing. Great variety of holes and it's always in great condition.
Nice facility, cool clubhouse. But it is probably the most overpriced course I may have ever played. There is absolutely no way to justify spending over $100 to play this course. There are cheaper courses, such as Edinburgh and Bunker Hills that are equally as good and in equally as nice condition. Don't get me wrong, its a nice place, just not worth it and honestly I have no idea how they stay busy considering how expensive is.
Played recently at a Wine and Golf event with a shotgun start. The course can't be beat, the clubhouse is great, and they have some serious burgers and fries in the Highlander restaurant. The carts have the latest GPS technology including a hole flyover. The carts are equipped with divot repair, club/ball washers, and a cooler (No more waiting for the beer cart to come around, stock up! Yes!) Also, a really nice patio to watch the sun set by a fireplace after the round.
I only had one complaint - the staff in the pro shop, restaurant, range were great. But the event planning needed some help, it was supposed to be a wine tasting but the line was really long and they only had one server pouring...even though there were 2-3 people continuingly asking him "Need help Joe?" "Can I open bottles while you pour" but never actually helping to speed up service. We also were asked to give up our tables because a wedding party was coming; even though there was nowhere else to sit. I think they need better coordination and planning within the event staff.
I attended a wedding at Rush Creek this weekend. Just lovely. Great space, food was awesome, staff was wonderful. I have little input on the wedding scene as I'm not married or planning a wedding, but I have attended quite a few and this was by far one of the better sites I've seen.