|Review by: Anonymous
||Augusta Municipal Golf Course, affectionately known as "The Cabbage Patch" certainly isn't in the same league as its "big brother" on Washington Road, or even some of the more expensive public courses (The River, Jones Creek) in the Augusta area. However, that doesn't mean it's not a fun (and at times, very challenging) course to play. Greens range from very forgiving early in spring to harsh and very tight in summer and mid-winter. Fairways are narrow enough to provide a challenge off the tee on most holes. Rough is punishing throughout the course - so do your best to keep your ball out of it! Course upkeep can leave something to be desired, especially on weekends in spring and early summer. Don't be put off by the course's short length - you'll still find plenty of opportunity to hit every club in the bag. However, the short length does make for a good chance to walk the course and save a few bucks. Be sure to call for a tee time first, expecially on the weekends. New renovations to the clubhouse and a WONDERFUL staff add to the enjoyment of playing this cheap, fun, popular course where dozens of kids, students, and beginning adults have gotten their first taste of the game.