Genoa Illinois Golf Courses

Oak Club of Genoa


Featured Golf Course Review:
Oak Club of Genoa -- very challenging and fun
Review by: david bell the golf course is very well constructed. a river runs through many of the holes and various ponds fill in the empty spots on the course. the bermuda grass rough is very thick and there are plenty of trees surrounding each hole. this set up makes it almost impossible to shoot low unless your a pro. the very fast greens dont help to much either. it is a very fun course to play if you enjoy a challenge. just remember to bring some extra balls, you'll need them.
From genoa

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Byron Hills Golf Course -- Byron Hills, What day is it?
Review by: John Bailey Depending on the day, Byron Hills can either offer a pleasant diversion for a summer day, or the golf equivalent of World War III. The character of the course changes dramatically depending on Pin and Tee placements. Hole #5 is a perfect example of this phenomenon. If the pin is placed in the middle to back of the green, it is very approachable and in some locations, the ball will collect near the hole. If the pin is placed in the front, it is nearly impossible to putt and keep the ball on the green if you are above the hole. When the summer heat hits, the greens become very firm, lightening fast and the nearly impossible becomes the absolutely impossible. The staff is friendly and courteous. The course is kept in excellent condition and the carts are mint. To sum up, the course provides an excellent test of shot making and course management, with plenty of opportunity to play the "Risk/Reward" game thrown in as a bonus. I enjoy Byron Hills very much and you probably will also.
From Bettendorf, IA




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