Spring Creek Golf Club is a semi-private 18-hole golf course located in Gordonsville, Virginia.
Designed by Ed Carton, the Spring Creek golf course opened in 2006.
Meticulously groomed and ingeniously laid out, Spring Creek unfolds over peaceful rolling hills and woods beneath the mountains of Charlottesville. The course offers a strategic challenge in a placid setting. Throughout the course, rock walls and bridges emphasize a theme of simple, old-fashioned elegance and practicality.
From the rear tees, the course plays to 7,081 yards, with a handicap rating of 74.1, and a slope of 137. Almost every hole is isolated by the forest with only two parallel holes on the course.
$61 (cart included), played on Saturday, October 2011 at 8am
Best course in this area. Rates are EXTREMELY LOW if you play early morning or after 2. You will not find a better conditioned course or a more fun one to play for the price. 5 stars on value, layout, staff, and challenge. A must play if you are in the area. Unfortunately, there is not much around the course. You would need to go to Charlottesville, which is a great town, but no other real gems to play. Birdwood is OK, but WAY to expensive. I would stay the night in Charlottesville, and play Poplar Grove the next day. PG is another Ed Carton course in Amherst, which is about 45 minutes from Charlottesville. That way you play 2 of the best in VA in 2 days.
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