Date Played: June 13, 2010
4.0 out of
I played Goose Greek with a bunch of friends the previous week and enjoyed what the Kemper Groups, new Management Company had done, so my friends and I decided to go back, just to see if it was a fluke. Marketing / Sales: Like all Courses in and around the Metro Area, Goose Creek has a Players Pass, which cost $49.00, which gives the members a Free Round, discounted rates, and if you pay and play 3 rounds the 4th is free. Enough of the Sales review. We had a 10:30 tee time, and like the previous week it was a very slow round, but the Marshall on the 10th Tee said we were a little ahead by 5 mins. We did see a Marshal checking on pace of play, which is great for those of us, who go out and play only to wait and wait, because the group in front can't locate a ball or having issues getting on and off the greens. With that being said, Goose Creek is certainly a good public course to play. Also, they modified the 2nd and 3rd holes. The 2nd was a Par 5, and they made that into a Par 4, the 3rd, was a Par 4, but they placed a brand new Par 3. Also, Goose Creeks 9th Par 3, was rated one of the toughest holes in the Washington area.