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“Challenging Course”

Falls Village Golf Course
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Owner description: Semi-private, 18-hole golf course features a traditional design with tree-lined holes.
Reviewed 17 March 2012

Moderately priced, hilly and has sand traps and water. Take your A game, but it's worth it.

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Reviewed 25 September 2011

I thought the course was in great shape and offered many challanges.

Thank rangerdave27713
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Reviewed 1 August 2011

Played golf on one of the hottest days of summer. The course is holding up pretty well in the hot of summer. The greens could have been in better shape. A variety of grass that looked like crab grass had been removed and resulting holes filled with sand. All in all we had a great time and found the course to be challenging yet fair for players of varying ability. We got a good deal on line. I would play there again.

Thank Travel2themax
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Reviewed 17 March 2011

What a poor example of an Public professionally operated Golf Gourse
they CHARGE FULL RATE and have the green aerated and dont tell you!
when you make the turn, at 12:30 pm. they have NO HOT DOGS! (folks that is all they have and they are out of them???)
Lousy service, poor management - GM was not even there on the 1st GREAT day of spring...
oh and did I tell you the course was in Terrible shape!
Save your hard earned $$$$ just down the road THE CROSSINGS will be happy to have your money, give you a nice course with friendly service and have a FULL Service kitchen that doens't run out of HOT DOGS!

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Reviewed 2 October 2009

Had my first trip to Falls Village yesterday. Not a bad course, but it could be better. The fairways and greens were in good condition, but they keep the rough rally high and it's easy to lose a ball. The course itself looks nice but it is kind of bland. Not good, not bad, more like "so so". It's nice being secluded with all the wilderness, but it seems that almost every hole "felt the same", not much different playability. Kind of like the did a "copy and paste" of every hole and just added a few corners here and there. Just nothing to get excited about.

One bad thing is that a lot of the holes have "blind spots", so the people behind you can't see you and often I was "golfed into".

If you live close by, it's not a bad course, but I don't see a point in getting a membership, just lacked the "wow I would love to golf here 2x a week" factor.

For a comparison point of view, the course is in 10x better shape than Lakeshore, but for some reason Lakeshore just seems a bit more fun to play.

Thank linuxbot
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