Ironwood Golf Course first opened for play in 1970.
Ironwood Golf Course is a fairly flat course. The course's prevailing wind is a factor year-round. The front nine is tree lined, while the back nine is wide open. There is water that comes into play on five holes.
Ironwood Golf Course plays to 6,965 yards from the back tees for a par-72. The course rating is 72.7 with a slope rating of 118.
$16 (cart included), played on Tuesday, March 2019 at 2:00 PM
After having a 9hole warm-up round earlier, I decided to stop in a do another quick 9holes on the Back 9 at this newer Links layout. Being built in 1970, you have five (5) tees from 6,965yd / 72.7 / 118 / Par 36/36 down to 5,306yd / 69.8 / 111 / Par 36/38 for the Forward tees. This offers some good options when the windy conditions pick up on this very flat Links layout. Most of the holes are North/South but five (5), and the scattered Hard/Pine trees don't offer much of the normal Southwest protection, like today. Conditions were a little fuzzy from normal as I was told, but being late March, not bad overall. Good defined fairways (some grass bunkering) and having a lot of slight doglegs, broke up the tee box views nicely. They have five (5) ponds on the Back 9 that come into play as the West wind will play havoc on those North/South holes. Greens are good size with some slight variations to keep you from getting too relaxed. Good fairway yardage markings 200 - 100yds that will came in handy on the five (5) 400yd+ Par 4's and two (2) 500yd+Par 5's and two (2) 200yd+ Par 3's. (Long irons get a workout today) The #17 hole / 414yd / Hcp 1 / Par 4 protects itself very well by having ponds on both sides of the fairway with added trees. There are some houses on #14 / 17 but they are out of normal view and play. I ended up shooting 41 w/15putts and would like to return on a less windy day.
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