Pinson Tennessee Golf Courses

Woodland Hills Golf & Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Woodland Hills Golf & Country Club -- Woodland Hills
Review by: Ben Hallsworth Not a bad course considering its location and market. Bent greens are some of the best I've played, and putting them are as true as carpet. Fairways are nice, but work is needed in and around the fairway rough. There are no signs from finishing green to the next tee. This was extremely confusing after #1 (There are three tee boxes within 40 feet of #1 green.), so pay close attention to your course layout map on your scorecard. The laid-back atmosphere was extremely nice. There was little to no pressure from anyone, and everyone I meet was very nice and courteous. Overall I give the course a 4 out of 5, and the hospitality a 5 out of 5. I also can say this course will challenge you, so carry every club in your bag.
From Nashville, TN USA

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Montlake Golf Course -- Great mountain course, not for the squeamish.
Review by: 80sTo90sShooter I play this course quite often, as I live very close-by. As of mid-2004, the fees are $26 with a cart, which is very VERY good for this area. It is a beautiful course, very interesting and forces a creative game. Only 4 holes parallel each other, all others are either in or out of play on mostly narrow fairways, so accurate tee-shots are at a premium. There are many blind shots, several great risk/reward par 4s, and many holes that play other than what the yardage would suggest due to elevation changes. The greens can be trecherous, and foil approach shots. Most are undulating and if you're not putting from below the hole, you're in for a bit of "fun". Large breaks and slick down-hills are the norm. They generally keep it in very good condition. Due to its seclusion, it doesn't normally get very packed-- this is possibly the reason for the low rates. This is a quality course that rarely ever gets packed enough to slow your round. It plays harder than the yardage indicates. It will test your abilities, but is fair to the golfer. If you want to learn course-management, go here. These points, plus the beautiful scenery and low rates makes this 5 stars.
From Tennessee




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