Williamson Georgia Golf Courses

Pines Golf Club, The


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Pines Golf Club, The -- Counry spaces
Review by: Bob This course, in the country has potential but is rough because of the way it is kept. Greens are mowed haphazerdly and some days they will be long and wet, other days, short freshly cut. I guess it depends on the work force for the day. Bunkers have funny reddish sand. Rough is not as well defined as it could be. Cup placement is not moved as often as it should be resulting in cups that are rounded or with grown up grass edges. This could a really nice course if better maintained.
From GA

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Golf Club at Bradshaw Farm, The -- A shot-makers paradise
Review by: Anthony Musinga This is a tale of 3 nines. Blue - open and the long hitters dream. It is relatively flat and open, but beware of the water hazards on practically every hole - the only defense on this nine. Red - I believe one of the finest tests of golf anywhere, certainly at this course. From the first tee, the golfer's ability to select and make shots is tested on every hole. Nothing is quite what it seems at first. White - probably the least played. Similar to the red. However, expect to make mistakes here since it is tight with lot's of trouble. It combines the hazards of the blue with layout challenges of the red. The one concern here is the price - it is not worth the $79 weekend rate. However, if you can play this for less than $50, it's a good time.
From Alpharetta, GA USA




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