Hedingham Golf Club, is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Hedingham Golf Club first opened for play in 1991. the course was designed by David Postlewaite.
The Hedingham championship golf course winds through the Hedingham Community and Neuse River area. Fairways wind their way leisurely along from green to green. The course is complete with lakes and ponds, sculpted sand traps and emerald-grassed greens, thickly wooded boundaries and subtly rolling fairways.
Hedingham plays to a par of 72 and 6,604 yards from the back tees for a course rating of 72.1 and a slope rating of 124.
$16 (cart included), played on Saturday, September 2018 at 11:50 AM
Had not played here for 3 1/2 years. Some cart paths had been improved, but need to do all of them. Bridges not good, either. Fairways had MANY bare spots. Areas between fairways and cart paths were pretty bad. Clubhouse needs some TLC and just overall renovations. As usual, the greens were really good. Played for $19 on a Saturday using a 'special' voucher from GroupGolfer. Other than some resurfacing on asphalt cart paths, nothing had improved since last there. Maybe try again in another 3 or 4 years.
$10 (cart included), played on Sunday, March 2015 at
Like 3 of 4 Fred Smith Company courses we've played, the infrastructure has gotten so bad it will never recover unless someone with deep pockets buys it (them). Shabby, sparsely stocked clubhouse; terrible cart paths and ground between cart paths and fairways...and poor tee boxes. Some of their 'almost new' Bermuda greens have a lot of bad areas. Housing very close to the course....and a whole lot of them, including semi-detached. It's a very crowded feeling. I won't judge the fairways, because they were wet and still dormant. It was 'cart paths only'. So many of the cart paths were so bad (pine tree roots heaving up the asphalt) we had to drive around some of them. Bumpy driving onto and off of bridges, too.
$21 (cart not included), played on Thursday, May 2008 at 6am
Played this course many times as my son lived off #7 fairway. Course has good length and small greens that aren't in too good of condition but challenging to play to sharpen your course management. If you spray off the tee the houses will pay but that what keeps you focused on YOUR game. Over priced for the weekend and have seen the pace of play of golfers getting their moneys worth in time spent. Tight track, very fair for straight hitters many elevation changes for 2nd shots. Great inner city yardage course to get you ready for the nicer tracks in the area for the weekend.
$41 (cart included), played on Saturday, February 2009 at 8am
Ok course, a bit pricey on weekends, there was no starter and I played as a single and had to find my own group to play with on the first tee. I think I was overcharged for the weekend rate as well by at least $6.00
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