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Paschal Golf Club555 Stadium Dr
Wake Forest, NC 27587
This hilly course has many trees lining the fairways. There is a lake and stream that come into play several times. This course is very well maintained and the greens are always in good condition.
|Holes: 9||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Greens Fees:||$20 or Less|
|Dress Code:||Shirt and shoes required|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Course reviews for Paschal Golf Club
Average Golfer Review (2.8 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 4
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| 3 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
not worth it, Jul 29, 2007
|reviewer: josh rogers
from wake forest, NC
|Paschal golf course is probably the worst course you will ever play. The fairways suck, they are like my back yard the greens are fairly nice but there is goose crap covering the entire place and the staff are not friendly whatso ever, so my advice is take the $23 dollars they charge you and go down the road to brevofield, heritage, wake forest country club, or one of the other golf courses around.( you'd probably have a better time at the driving range than at this awful excuse for a golf course.|
| 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
joe knows golf, Aug 02, 2004
|reviewer: joseph hunt
from Knightdale, NC
|This is a nice course for a beginner because you don't have people behind them pushing. The atmosphere is outstanding. It can also be a difficult course if you don't bring the technique to get the ball down some of the long par 4's and 5's. Great to play, the only drawback is with today's technology, it would seem that they could get something to take cards, make sure you bring cash.|
| 8 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
Best Kept Secret, Apr 10, 2004
|reviewer: John F.
from Wake Forest, NC (New Resident)
|Paschal Golf club is the course that Arnold Palmer played on when he went to the original Wake Forest College. It has some of the most difficult greens of any course. Depending on the championship tee placements this course can play like a much longer course. This is a very well thought out course and though it was created in 1917 it allows the long ball hitter the ability to stretch their wings but heavily penalizes for a weak short game. It also has tremendous character and natural feel. However, those pretentious, hot under the collar types should stay away because you about as likely to see a Boxster in the parking lot as you are to see someone 2 putt the 3rd. This is a family 9 hole course with fees of $10 to walk on weekends and $7 during the week. However, it's not very crowded during the week or on weekends and most probably don't know that they are treading where Arnie once walked and that's why it's the best kept secret.|
| 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Good for the money, Apr 07, 2004
|reviewer: Jeremy Wrenn
from Wake Forest, NC
|It's enjoyable to play, with many hills, some long par fives, and a couple par threes, a quiet stream, and lots of woods. The price is very good at under $20 for riding and it only takes half the time to play if you're only hitting 9. Or if you didn't do quite as well you can play those 9 again for a complete 18. The biggest draw back is there are no designated cart paths, and thus the fairways can sometimes be rather pressed down and ruts serve as cart paths (don't hit it there). However the relaxed atmosphere and pretty Wake Forest scenery make the course enjoyable. Highly recommended for beginners as this is a course that the average joe can play, at any time since there are no reservations. Saturday mornings tend to be the busiest time, but again with no reservations required you can hit at the practice range or putt on the practice green while you wait your turn.|