Gleannloch Farms Golf Course opened in 2000. The courses were designed by Jay Riviere.
Gleannloch Farms Golf Club was built on the former site of an Arabian horse farm. Gleannloch Farms Golf Club captures much of the rural charm of the golf courseâ€™s predecessor in the three nines of the golf course â€“ the Loch, the Paddock, and the Gleann nines. The gently rolling terrain, lakes, and majestic pines offer a unique golf experience.
Gleannloch Farms Golf Course is a 27-hole championship facility. The heavily tree lined fairways are contoured to provide excellent drainage. The greens are large, averaging 6,500 square feet each, and there are both sand and grass bunkers strategically placed throughout the course. Water comes into play on eight holes. The courses range from 2,616 to 3,604-yards on the Loch, 2,387 to 3,335-yards on the Gleann, and 2,716 to 3,697-yards on the Paddock.
par-71 7,050 yards, 131 / 73.4
Gleann-Loch par-71 6,959 yards, 129 / 72.9
Loch-Paddock par-72 7,299 yards, 131 / 74.7
Guest (cart included), played on Monday, May 2012 at noon
Course in great shape except for one green which had some type of damage (fungus, etc.). I agree with the previous ranker--greens are slow. But, nice course. Name of club is not Gleannloch Pines Golf Course.
(cart included), played on Sunday, January 2011 at 6am
Very well manicured, but the greens were a bit slow. Overall a great course.
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