Olde Liberty Golf and Country Club is a Semi-Private 18-hole golf course located in Youngsville, North Carolina, a stone's throw from downtown Raleigh, Chapel Hill and Durham on some of the most beautiful forest terrain in the Triangle area.
Olde Liberty opened for play in 2008. The course was designed by Joel Moulin and Michael Gleason.
The course stretches to 7,200 from the championship tees, but also offers a variety of challenges through its four other sets of tees. The result is a playable design for everyone.
Founders tees: par-72, 7,200 yards, 74.5 /139
Minutemen tees: par-72, 6,733 yards, 72.0 / 132
Statesmen tees: par-72, 6,041 yards, 68.7 / 125(M), 74.5 /135(W)
Patriot tees: par-72, 5,441 yards, 66.2 / 118(M), 71.6 / 122(W)
$16 (cart not included), played on Tuesday, October 2018 at 10:40 PM
We go back about every 5 years, hoping things have improved. They have not. We went because we bought a Group Golfer voucher for $19. Still operating from a trailer. Merchandise amounted to 2 hats and 2 towels. Golf cars were old and hesitated to start almost every time. Rain cover over clubs was tattered and moldy. Concrete cart paths were actually better than many where we play. Wooden bridges were in poor, bumpy condition. Areas between cars and fairways were just plain extraordinarily bumpy clay. Fairways weren't a whole lot better with numerous, large bare clay areas. Bunkers were woefully short of sand. Fairways had a whole lot of loose mowed grass on them. Same with the run-ups to the greens. The greens should have been swept, too. I recently saw a newspaper ad for the housing development. It included a comment about the beautiful 700 acre golf course. False advertising, in my opinion. Do a 'search' for this course and then click on 'web site.' There isn't one.
Do Not Recall (cart included), played on Wednesday, August 2011 at 10am
Old Liberty is only a few years old. It has great potential. The layout is nice. It has championship tees and is a challenging but fair course. The problem is conditioning...there is none. The fairways appear to have never fully grown in and are hard . The rough is hard clay with patches of grass. The greens not bad, but like the rest of the course, too hard. Course needs a lot of work to bring it to its potential. Better courses in the area. Do not recommend at this time.
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