Chicopee Woods Golf Course, is a Public, 27 hole golf course facility located in Gainesville, Georgia.
Chicopee Woods offers 27 holes of Championship Golf. Each of the 9 hole courses is serenely set in the woods; free of any urban development. The Village and The School are part of our original 1991 course with The Mill opening in 2001. Each offering its own "unique" experience.
The Village is best known for its elevation changes and excellent vista views.
The Mill is somewhat friendlier with two very fun par 5's. The Mill is also regarded as the "most popular" by the majority of players.
The School has generous fairways and several "risk" "reward" opportunities and ends with a dramatic shot over the water to the finishing hole.
Member (cart included), played on Wednesday, October 2016 at 9:35 AM
In a word.......Outstanding........course is well maintained......greens are pristine......I have played golf across the country and in other country's in my many years of play and would put this course up with the best.....come play and enjoy.....
$46 (cart included), played on Sunday, April 2012 at 6am
Good course for $. 3 nines helps them manage traffic.
$51 (cart included), played on Saturday, October 2011 at 8am
A little slow in play, and somewhat pricey. The course (I played Mill and School) was in very good shape, and the greens were true. Senior tees were appreciated.
$26 (cart included), played on Saturday, August 2011 at 2pm
I had played these courses (27 holes) for years before I moved to this area. Good golf for the money. I find the course to be in good condition every time I am there, and the staff is friendly.
(cart included), played on Tuesday, July 2010 at 6am
I've played this course for many years when it was an 18 hole layout. Holes 1 and 2 at the Village eat up slicers with lost balls or unplayable lies are the penalty. Had my 2nd hole-in-1 on 4. Number 8 is a nice challenge over a grassed ravine to a flat fairway on top then your approach to a green where death lies long with only a little relief left and right. 9 is a very diverse par 5. The School layout is another diverse 9 holes. No. 2 is a short dogleg right par 4 where many longer hitter cut the corner to the green, but has lots of trouble on the right side. Number 6 is the toughest hole on the course, requiring a drive straight away. Left is a lake and right makes the difficult shot over the lake, up the hill to a two tiered green very long. A par feels like a birdie. 9 is a beautiful finishing par 5. If you're really long off the tee, a 225yd blind shot over the hill to an island type green awaits the intrepid. Even the layup shot requires a precice shot to no closer than 125 yards or you risk that the ball will roll down the hill and into the lake. The Mill which was added last is a different type of layout than the other 2 nines. The first hole with a decent drive allows you to go for the green and a birdie is a good possibility. The second hole a short par three to a large green over water is a delight to play. The other par three, no. 5 is very long, 200yds from the white tees to a huge green at the end of a valley. Bail out to the right side gives you a safe chip or long put if the pin is on the left. 7 is a drivable par 4 if you can it it 240 plus over a field of bunkers, but a safe drive to the left still only leaves you a 100yar or less approach. The Mill and Village are my two favorite to play.
$46 (cart included), played on Saturday, July 2010 at 10am
Several greens were roughed up, as well as, not being in great condition. However, the fairways were better than decent. Not terribly challenging and don't read much break in any of the greens because there aren't any breaks. Pretty much straight putting from wherever the lie. Overall, it was okay. Not terribly busy for a Saturday, so pace of play wasn't an issue.
$46 (cart included), played on Wednesday, October 2008 at 10am
$51 (cart included), played on Saturday, August 2008 at 8am
$31 (cart included), played on Sunday, March 2008 at noon
From the staff to the course, it ranks pretty high for the price.
$46 (cart included), played on Saturday, February 2008 at 10am
Great course, staff was a bit pushy about keeping pace of play up... They got a little huffy about us taking a short lunch break after the first 9. Afterall why is the club house there at the turn anyway??? That said we never had anyone at our heels and waited at most holes for the group in fromt of us. So no need to push right? I would have understood if we had been holding play up, but we wewere waiting on the groups in front.
Guest (cart not included), played on Monday, December 2007 at 2pm
Great course. This course is perfect for anyone of any skill level. A great course to just go out, relax and have fun doing it. Speed of play is not rushed and the course layout is scenic, fun, and a challenge for all levels of golfers.
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