Review for Full Cry at Keswick Hall

Reviewer Score:


I have been playing this course 2-3 times a week for the past 3 years, and I give it 2.5 stars solely due to the poor maintenance of the course. In terms of design, it would be a supremely enjoyable course and deserved of its ranking if it was actually maintained in a fast and firm nature. Most of the greens are open in front, some of the holes have nice collection areas around the greens, and Dye designed some of the longer holes such that you can use the contours of the fairway to get the ball close to the flag. However the course superintendent keeps the fairways and greens extremely soft and slow for almost the entire year. Consequently being able to use the ground to run the ball up on the green becomes non-existent. They have reduced it to a strictly aerial style golf course and have taken away the options, playability, and enjoyment of the course design. Outside of the poor course conditioning, the course has a variety of par 4's, long par 3's and 5's, and a very nice 18th hole. I wish I could give it a better rating but until things change dramatically with the course conditioning it is tough to recommend when other courses close by are routinely in much better shape.

Date: September 25, 2020

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