Tucker Oaks Golf Club of Anderson

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Played again on a recent trip, and was going to give it another star since $22 actually seems reasonable now.

We were playing with a father son duo who were fairly new to the game. They were great guys, but would ride the cart up pretty close to the green, which they shouldn't have done.

Instead of telling the two nicely to adhere to the cart rule, the head pro went up to them and was a huge dick. We were all beginners once, and the game can be intimidating enough without the head pro being a prick. I hope they continue to play despite that experience.

Long story short: course is a pretty good deal, the head pro should go screw himself.

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Most fun 9 hole course Ive played anywhere.  Flat, kept in good shape.  Just all around fun.  Nothing crazy - I shot a 41 - so its enough of a challenge and long enough to be enjoyed. The bar called the Sandtrap might be the best part.  Old school, dark - been the same I bet since the 70s.  Overall great place to golf and have a drink.

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Went here on a weekday just to use the driving range. I arrived at 4:40, and the driving range apparently closes at 5, so the person behind the counter would only let me have a small basket of balls, and was pretty clearly hoping I would just go away. (She said, humorlessly, that they need at least two hours to clean up the range, and that's why they close at 5. The driving range at the golf course down the road, however, is open until 6:30).  Then I apparently should not have been hitting off the slightly less-mowed grass on the driving range, and she told me so pretty rudely. Clearly someone who hates her job and doesn't care if the business she works for gets repeat business. I understand disliking customers who come in not understanding it's close to closing time, but her attitude would have made all the difference between me coming back or not. As it was, I will not.

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For a nine hole, cheaper course in the area, Tucker is the best.  Fairways and greens are always well maintained and it's wide open.  The service in the pro shop is the only thing I've had trouble with in the past. Nothing though that would keep me from coming here over the other guys.

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