Windrose Golf Club

  4 Reviews

Still a great layout, as in some really nice holes visually. But the greens looks acid etched throughout the entire course.

I still cant believe such a nice course is more run down than a municipal. The fairways are bumpy and full of divots, and there are no cart services through the round.

This place needs a make over, bad!

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The course layout is ok in pretty good shape, the best thing is the convenient location.   The worst is the cost they are way to proud of just 18 holes.  The course is not worth the cost.  There are plenty of other courses in the area just as nice for less and better perks.

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This course is close to my new home. I have driven by here dozens of times and not even noticed it. But, I was looking to get out someplace new and not too far from home, and found it on Google maps.
The rating should probably be 3.5. But, alas that is not an option. So, they get the benefit of the system!
The layout is pretty good. This time of year it is a little tougher to judge conditions. But, the greens were really nice, especially considering that everything is pretty much dormant. I wish that I had found this earlier in the year.
I didn't play the tips and should have. The degree of difficulty was not too threatening from the second set of tee boxes. That isn't a bad thing, as it allows for players of all abilities to find there appropriate tee box and have fun.
They have a nice driving range and practice area. And a 'halfway house' snack bar with window service.
I do agree with one of the previous reviews in one regard, the gentleman in the pro shop, while not rude at all, just wasn't congenial. I play a lot and all over the place. It's a point of contact with the 'face' of the golf course, and you expect some one that is pretty friendly and helpful, not just a cashier.
I'll play here again. And am even contemplating membership.

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Although this course is set in the middle of a flat suburban development,
they did well in designing the course with plenty of contours in the fairways and well-placed bunkers and water features. There are a few scary places where you get too close to the houses, but overall not a bad place to play. As of the date of my review, the greens were in horrible shape and inconsistent. Also, the guy in the pro shop either has an attitude problem or isn't a people person and shouldn't be in there in the first place. (hence the 3 star rating)

Do yourself a favor and try this one out - but only if you get a good deal (coupon or twilight) at $30-$40. Regular green fees are $50-$60+ and it's just not worth that much coin.

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