Louisburg Kansas Golf Courses

Club of the Country, The


Featured Golf Course Review:
Club of the Country, The -- Is now Metcalf Ridge
Review by: Rex The course is now known a Metcalf Ridge. The best time to play is between mid April (when the fairways start greening up) thru Sept. Dry weather is not a factor on course condition(s) due to several ponds used to water the course. When other courses are brown and dry this one stays green. These same ponds become "hazards" on the 7th & 16th and a few others if you have a bad slice. Overall the course is very nice, but tests your skills due to the fairly narrow fairways, rather tall and very thick rough, and the few times you need to cross the small creek which runs through the middle. I rate this course 4.5 stars on a 5 star rating.
From Louisburg, KS

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Columbus Country Club -- Columbus is on the downward spiral
Review by: Ty Kittrell I play Columbus at least once a week and I can tell you that it is getting better up keep wise but it is still overpriced. You can hit a ball in the middle of the fairway and still lose it, because the grass is so awfull. Also if you do happen to hit it into the tree line or into the marshlands that surround the fairways, you might as well just kill yourself or just say "fuck golf" altogether.
From Neosho, Mo




Back