Millington Tennessee Golf Courses

Big Creek Golf Club
Orgill Park Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Orgill Park Golf Course -- Regular player review
Review by: Bob Taylor I play Orgill 2 to 3 times a week and find it to be both enjoyable and challenging. It is easy to walk and is played by many older golfers. The lack of sand reduces the challenge, but water comes into play on several holes and mature trees cause trouble for slices. The tee boxes and fairways are excellent but the greens have always been problematic with bare spots on several. If the greens were replaced and the Canada Geese were controlled somehow, this would be a premiere course.
From Tipton County, Tennessee

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Pine Creek Golf Course -- Golfing guru makes spectacular analysis
Review by: Brad Still There are too many geese deficating on the fairways. Plus I found there to be only one hole per green. This proves to be much too challenging for novice golfers such as myself. Multiple holes and flags on each green would be a great improvement to your facility. Are the ponds really necessary? By filling them in with dirt it would provide golfers with more hitting surfaces. One tree per hole will suffice, too many trees takes the fun out of the game. Another suggestion would be to eliminate ob and thin all grass. Sand was much too sandy and loose. Doing away with the sand would draw more golfers with superior skills such as myself.
From Hendersonville, TN




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