Tornado West Virginia Golf Courses

Big Bend Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Big Bend Golf Course -- Noisy, junky
Review by: David Litton This is the first course I've ever played where I had to endure incessant, deafening train horns! It turns out that one of the busiest rail spurs in the country has a siding adjacent to the course, hauling coal out of the mountains. The road from Charleston is just horrible. Along the way, visitors are subjected to junked vehicles everywhere. Many fellows go to this course to load up on beer before playing, and after playing. It's just terrible.
From Bethesda, Maryland

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Sleepy Hollow Golf & Country Club -- Laid Back Golf
Review by: Anonymous Sleepy Hollow is a very good layout that suffers mainly from a lack of year round irrigation. The tees suck but the greens and fairways are usually in good shape. This is no frills golfing at its best. No tee times required. Just show up and play. There is no clubhouse to speak of, the carts don't always work, and you will encounter 5-somes and 6-somes (but don't worry; they play faster than most 4-somes). Why play there? Because the layout is demanding, you can meet some really interesting people, and it is cheap. All the golf you can play for around $20 if you walk, but you better be in pretty good shape if you plan on walking. Don't bother going if you are looking for a country club experience. This is a club that is out in the country and has that laid back attitude to go with it.
From Frederick, MD




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