Most golf clubs find it hard to achieve playability with the low marker’s interest round and round throughout the years. Cuscowilla Golf Clubis a rare modern example of achieving this balance. Across the lake from the well-known Reynolds Plantation, this place has won different types of recognition from almost all of the major golf publications since its opening in 1997. Every golf trip to this club offers picturesque scenes as well as challenging rounds of golf.
From each of the club’s tee, there is a choice to be made – either to play safe or take a more aggressive angle to the hole. Bunkered heavily down the left and backed by deep native grasses, the challenge of Cuscowilla Golf Club begins at the 6th hole because it requires precision off the tee. The 9th hole is monstrously long while the 10th hole is a wonderful example of well-designed cape hole with the tee perpendicular to fairway. The remaining holes vary differently from one another that also require wise decision on how they will be played. The varying difficulties and styles of every hole is what golf enthusiasts look for in a golf trip. This club sure grants the kind of game that is desired by avid golfers.
Featuring 6,847 yards of golf from the longest tees, Cuscowilla Golf Club is an 18-hole, par-70 golf course that has a rating of 72. 2 and has a slope rating of 132 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore, every golf vacation spent at this place certainly gives what golfers want – either a golf round that’s as easy as a, b, c; or a game that requires a player’s full game face on.