Country Club Of Johnston County, previously a Private Club is now a Semi-Private course accepting non-members for play. This 18 hole golf course is located in Smithfield, North Carolina.
Country Club Of Johnston County first opened for play in 1936. The course was redesigned in the 1960s by Ellis Maples.
The Country Club Of Johnston County golf course has narrow fairways and the greens are large and undulating. Water hazards (lakes, ponds, and creeks) come into play on a number of holes.
The Country Club Of Johnston County golf course is a par-72 layout that measures 6,630 yards from the tips. The course rating is 71.2 with a slope rating of 118.
Blue Tees: par-72, 6,630 yards, 71.2 / 118
White Tees: par-72, 6,154 yards, 69.1 / 113
Red Tees: par-72, 5,383 yards, 70.3 / 115
$21 (cart included), played on Saturday, August 2015 at 11:00 AM
We used an "online discount" deal. Mostly members playing and they are not good to their golf course. They drive past the signs that say no carts past this point. We let 3 go through on a par three and both carts immediately drove around the 'no carts' sign and on up the fairway and parked close to the green. Lots of places where traps were not raked although a rake was impossible to miss. They course will let three members out with 3 carts. One day our foursome played the front nine in 1 hour and 35 minutes. A senior threesome behind us complained in the clubhouse and we were obliged to let them through. They each had a cart and drove right up beside the tee box. Following that group was another threesome, each with their own cart. I like the course, but only go there when we get a really good price on Groupon or GroupGolfer.
Guest (cart included), played on Sunday, April 2011 at 10am
This is a wonderful average length course that meanders through the rolling hills of North Carolina in the Smithfield area. Right off Holt Lake this is both an astetically pleasing and challenging golf course where most everything breaks towards the lake. Lots of challenging holes that dogleg left and right with lots of slope right or left. Ponds and wetlands dot this track and the greens are usually fast enough to get your attention. Avid golfers will love the challenge and the average golfer will want at least a six-pack of golf balls while on the course. The course is now open to the public and is a great deal.
$41 (cart included), played on Sunday, April 2011 at 8am
I like to play this course on my way south either to S.C. or Fla. Staff and membership very friendly.....this course is really a hidden gem located just off I-95 in Smithfield...price is very fair. If I lived there I would join
Member (cart not included), played on Saturday, March 2008 at 10am
I have been a member of CCJC for 28 years. It is an interesting and challenging layout - I am never bored playing this course even after playing it a couple of thousand times. Not long (6100 yards from the whites, 6500 from the blues), but fairly narrow fairways lined with trees. Nice elevation variations. Greens are large and tough and take some local knowledge to read the grain, especially the opening holes near the lake.
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