Carolina Crossing Country Club is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in York, South Carolina. Some of you may remember the original name for this course was Carolina Downs Country Club.
Measuring 6,300 yards from the back tees, Carolina Crossing plays to par 72 through mature, tree-lined fairways on some of South Carolina's most beautiful woodlands.
There are water hazards and bunkers throughout the play area. Yet the course is designed to engage both the novice and expert, providing all levels of players with a challenging and enjoyable round of golf.
Originally opened in 1972, Carolina Crossing's traditional, seasoned golf course is located in the quiet countryside of York, South Carolina, only a short drive from South Charlotte, Rock Hill, and Gastonia.
The course was designed by Booney Harper and Gerald Downs.
Carolina Crossing Golf Course closed in 2015.
$26 (cart included), played on Saturday, June 2012 at 2pm
Played a tournament here on a very hot day. The price was just right and the staff was very friendly. The overall course condition was great. The only con...they need to pave the cart path's.
$36 (cart included), played on Sunday, June 2008 at 6am
This course is challenging and demands precise shots. It is relatively short but there is virtually no flat spot on the course. Everything slopes in some direction. Cart paths are rough but the fairways and greens are improving. Club recently went through a membership drive to raise funds for course improvements and greatly increased the membership. It is by no means Pinehurst, but it is good country golf.
$10 (cart included), played on Tuesday, January 2008 at noon
Its a fairly nice layout. Pace can be very slow sometimes. And a lot of golfers dont let faster players play thru. I dont think they water the greens at all. Greens are very hard. And greens hit wont stay. Like putting on cement sometimes. I get a special price thru a web site. Or I probably wouldn't play there. Most of the time it 100% cart path only.
$16 (cart included), played on Tuesday, January 2008 at noon
Played on a warm January afternoon. Everybody else had same idea. Normally not as crowded. Can't beat the price for the quality. The course has been purchased and upgraded. The new Name of course is Carolina Crossings
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