Raymond Illinois Golf Courses

Shoal Creek Golf Course


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Raymondville Golf & Country Club -- playing golf at raymondville,ny
Review by: stuart j. hess golf at raymondville g&cc, is truly an unforgettable experience. the greens are well watered and the bent grass is excellent.there are many challenging holes., the first tee to green is a whopping par 5.with water about 180 yds left.towering trees protect right side, so u must hit a high drive to clear trees. then u have decent chance to get a birdie.7,8 and 9 are long long drives. clubhouse is fantastic
From sebring florida

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Crystal Woods Golf Club -- A very fair and fun course to play
Review by: g2m I have played CWGC at least 25 times. It's always enjoyable. I don't mind going back consecutive weeks or even twice in a weekend because I always know what I'm going to get. The maintenance of the course is very good, plus it drains well, so you won't have many cart path only days and the conditions are consistent throughout the course. There's usually a nice breeze blowing, so it's not brutal on those fun hot days. The drink cart attendants are friendly and generally available. The greens fees are very fair, plus it's about 30 minutes from Woodfield if you can't drive 55 but won't go 90. The greens are quick enough to make putting interesting and the first 5 holes have ob on the right, so get your game on quickly because there isn't OB again until #9. The back 9 has 3 5's and 3 3's, so there's opportunity to turn a round around. All of the par 5's are plenty long and 15/18 are similar with downhill finishes. The 2nd and 12th holes are probably the most challenging holes on the course, the 12th with an uphill peanut shaped green that will leave you a nasty chip or pitch if you're long left or over the green, plus there's water and sand protecting the green on the front and right. Don't let the Dairy Farm on #2 get to you, it's not an issue after you finish the hole. The course has plenty of trees, but very little density, so you can shoot out in one usually. There's a reasonable amount of sand and water, also. Enjoy. A Regular
From Schaumburg, IL




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