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July 3, 2009
4 of 5
4 of 5
Reviewed by: RobSib, Shoots in the 70s
Always have liked this track! Front-9 is in much better shape than the Back-9. This is a tight course that will hurt you if your are not hitting the ball well. Altough the Back-9 is in worse shape, it is a much harder nine holes.
July 27, 2002
4 of 5
5 of 5
Reviewed by: idoobie, Shoots in the 80s, from Carthage, TX
Crooked Hollow is a challenging but fair golf course with fairly narrow fairways bordered by rough deep enough to be a challenge but short enough so you can easily find your ball. The course features large, undulating greens with numerous pin locations to challenge any level of golfer. The front nine is the newer nine holes on this course and it's greens are still unseasoned, firm and fast. The back nine is more tree-lined and overall tighter with greens that are much slower than those on the front. The course also features many elevation changes, a good mix of right and left doglegs and enough water to make things challenging without requiring you to load down you bag with balls. I've played from both the blue and white tees. The blues are more demanding. Unless you hit the ball 250+ off the tee, you might find the white tees more enjoyable.
There's not a lot. They have an ample fleet of Yamaha electric carts but you tote your own bag too and from. There is a short order grill, drinks, chips and candy available.
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Driving range is fairly small but more than adequate for warming up. You have to watch for players going to the first tee and moving from No. 9 to No. 10--the cart path is right in front of the practi