Cherokee Valley golf course first opened for play in 1996. Don Cottle, Jr. designed the course was.
Nestled among gently rolling hills, Cherokee Valley Golf Club extends a challenging game to golfers of all skill levels. Eleven lakes and 63 bunkers may seem to intimidate, but wide fairways and clean roughs are very forgiving. The greens average 6,500-square feet in size. The 18 hole par 72 course ranges from 6751 yards at the rear tees to 4422 at the forward tees.
The signature hole is #7, a 155-yard, par 3, requiring a tee shot over water to a large, contoured green surrounded by mature trees. A large, scalloped bunker in front of the green adds visual depth.
A state-of-the-art practice facility includes a three-tiered driving range, 2 putting greens and a chipping green. The lodge-style clubhouse features spectacular views of 9 and 18 greens from both the snack bar and the banquet hall.
(cart included), played on Monday, January 2013 at 6am
Sand traps inconsistent. Fairways have ruts in them that make driving the cart hazardous. Greens hard but well maintained. Crat path between 16 and 17 could be better marked
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