The Penny Branch Club golf course opened for play in 1999. The course was designed by Chris McKenzie & Truett McKenzie.
Black tee: par-72, 6,550 yards, 71.5 - 126.
Blue tee: par-72, 6,018 yards, 69.2 - 117.
White tee: par-72, 5,489 yards, 67 - 115.
Red tee: par-72, 4,984 yards, 68.8 - 118.
$16 (cart not included), played on Saturday, January 2010 at noon
Course is always in great shape. Design is somewhat pedestrian, but given that so few people play the course (it's literally way out in the middle of nowhere) and the condition, it's well worth it. Unlike another reviewer, I do not find the staff to be rude, but they tend to be matter-of-fact about things.
$36 (cart included), played on Sunday, July 2007 at 10am
The staff is very rude. Additionally, they act like they are out to get a one time quick dollar and do not care if you return. They made my group buy a temp membership if we wanted to purchase beer. We played an SCGA One day tournament last year and were charged $28 for the Cart Fee alone. The clubhouse is a doublewide trailer. The course was OK, but I have played much better without driving out in the middle of NOWHERE!
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