Date Played: October 24, 2011
4.0 out of
Used a voucher from living social for 2 rounds and 4 beverages for $79. Played on a Monday, so basically had enitre place to ourselves. Course was in great condition which is to be expected for early fall in the mid-atlantic area. Greens were exceptional and rolled true and fast, fairways were in good shape, Tees were in fair to poor shape. This course plays very difficult, a true test of your abilities and shot making skills. I'm a 8-handicap and this palce gave me all I could handle, shot 85. Purchase(I didn't) the yardage book and you'll be glad that you did so because there are so many blind tee shots with mounds and bunkering that you just can't view from the tee, yardages are marked on sprinkler heads once you get to your second shot, but knowing whats out in front of you off the tee is critical at this place. Staff was friendly and pro shop was nice, there was no beverage cart, but I didn't expect to see any out-of-season on a monday. I liked this place a bunch because it's challenging, but I can totally understand a high handicap player not having a bit of fun trying to play 18 holes here. If you're a player who likes to launch it off the tee, wide open fairways and prefers an "even stance" when you hit your approach shots then keep away, but if you want to see if your home course handicap travels well then you'll be tested at Hunters Oak.