Fayetteville Tennessee Golf Courses

Fayetteville Golf & Country Club


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Fayetteville Golf & Country Club -- FGCC
Review by: Luke #1-easy warm up hole. #2-OB right, water hazard may come into play on drive, can reach green in 2 if you fly the creek. Second round, plays as a long par 4. #3-a chip shot, but still a difficult par. #4-long par 4, OB right, water left. Second round, short par 5. #5-short uphill par 3. Deceptively difficult green. #6-water left, pine trees right. Green very sloped at the back. #7-Difficult uphill second shot to an evil green. Super slick and no straight putts. #8-Cut the corner with a sharp hook if you're brave. Safe play to the LZ sets up easy par. #9-Good finishing hole with OB right. Greasy green with lots of breaks. Lay up short with the drive (or tee off with a 3wood) or you'll have tree trouble on the approach. Overall, this is a good course for beginners. Short and not much sand. OB and water hazards only come into play if you hit a really bad shot. If you miss the green, miss short. Up and down very difficult if you go over. Slicers will have many penalty strokes from OB right (14 of the 18 holes). Grain runs west on all greens. Lots of very subtle breaks. Play with a local for entertainment and help with reads. Don't believe everything they say. 1,6, 8 and 13 are birdie holes. 5,7, and 9 just be happy with par. The occasional golfer can have a good time and scrape together a decent score. The scratch golfer will not be challenged. Long drivers will end up with lots of half wedge approaches. Local custom is to play large groups (5 or 6 somes). Bring at least a foursome or be prepared to wait on every shot.
From Fayetteville, TN USA

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Baneberry Golf & Resort -- overpriced lodging
Review by: Anonymous the lodging here was overpriced for no more ammenities than it had to offer. golf package really is not great considering you still have to pay for golf cart every 18 holes played. green fees and cart rental fees are well within reason if you are not staying at resort. resort is overrated and the cost per person rate is high for the quality of the lodging. persons not playing golf are charged same per person rate as someone playing. would not recommend golf packages. if interested in playing at banberry, you be better off staying at other offsite hotels. course is okay, but not one of my favorites. would not stay in resort if i were to play this course again. not worth the money charged.
From tennessee




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