Royal Scot Golf Course first opened for play in 1962 as an 18-hole golf course. An additional 9-holes opened in 2001 and was designed by Raymond Hearn.
The original 18-hole Royal Scot Golf Course has been described as an interesting course because there are six easy holes, six somewhat difficult holes, and six extremely difficult holes. The course is a Scottish links design. The undulating greens are difficult to read at times. This facility also offers indoor golfing on Virtual (Reality) Golf Machines.
The 18-hole course at the Royal Scot Golf Course facility plays to a par-71 and a maximum distance of 6,809 yards.
The 9-hole course at the Royal Scot Golf Course facility plays to a par-35 and a maximum distance of 3,700 yards.
$31 (cart included), played on Thursday, August 2017 at 1:00 PM
Have been wanting to play here for quite some time and finely made it happen, good things are worth waiting for. With the three (3) 9 hole layouts (Inside/Outside/North) they can accommodate a lot of play and it seems to move right along on this Links style layout. I started with the Inside track which played 3,234yds / 35.1 / 122 / Par 36 that was green and mowed give the feeling of 150yd forced carries to the well kept fairways/rough being good heights on both. Greens were protected by various soft sand traps and greens soft but held and putted very true (7-8) and mostly straight forward readings. The 8th or 26th hole is a 205yd par 3 that is all carry with a marsh guarding the front and LH side. I choose to miss right to the sand trap but missed my save on that one. Shot 38/16putts and enjoyed the 1hr 15 minute pace that has tree lined fairways keeping stray balls away, allowing you to focus on your shots. Now I headed over to the North course (quite a lengthy drive) which is 3,523yds / 36.5 / 130 / Par 37 and WOW!! what a view from the first tee box of this beautiful Links layout. This was spread out with no side-by-side fairways like the other two nines. Every hole was laid out with no surprises and I used by range finder to pick the landing areas I knew I could reach safely, Thoroughbred GC taught me that lesson last week. The one (1) hole that sticks out is the #13 on the card, 491yd Par 5 that has you hitting Driver / 8 iron to a island landing area and then 140yd shot to a elevated green. This was a very fun short, target par 5 that makes you think instead of grip and rip. I shot 43/16putts as I found there are more hazards that come into play than I originally thought. This North course is a great set-up for a closing Back 9, after getting warmed up on one of the other two layouts. Worth stopping in with the overall conditions being above par and friendly layout.
$26 (cart included), played on Saturday, July 2011 at 8pm
27-hole layout provides variety. Some of the par-4s can be a challenge due to being lengthy. Played from the correct tees and it's a reasonable challenge for all skill levels.
$10 (cart included), played on Tuesday, October 2010 at 6pm
good local course. tough to get to back nine from clubhouse as we had to drive to get to back nine.
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