Forest Hills Golf Club

Augusta, Georgia
4.3
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Forest Hills Golf Club
1500 Comfort Rd, Augusta, Georgia 30909-3044
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Tees 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total Slope Rating
Blue 395 405 575 160 394 460 215 395 505 3504 415 530 402 145 410 400 194 550 290 3336 6840 126 72.2
White 370 375 555 135 350 430 205 385 455 3260 405 510 380 130 350 375 188 530 275 3143 6403 123 69.9
Gold 360 350 480 100 320 335 180 345 425 2895 390 430 345 120 330 340 170 500 245 2870 5765 120 68.5
Red 310 300 390 85 280 305 160 335 335 2500 325 320 300 115 280 290 100 405 240 2375 4875 116 68.3
Par 4 4 5 3 4 4 3 4 5 36 4 5 4 3 4 4 3 5 4 36 72
Forest Hills Golf Club Ratings & Reviews
4.3
Anonymous v3
David Theoret
about 2 months ago
Augusta, GA is certainly a well-known golf destination. Outside of that course that very few will ever have the privilege of playing, there are a number of great local tracks that the public does have access to. One of these courses is Forest Hills Golf Course, an 18-hole Donald Ross masterpiece that has been repeatedly named “Best Public Course” by Augusta Magazine. Ross designed Forest Hills in 1926, and then in 1984, the Arnold Palmer Company redesigned several holes to accommodate construction of the Augusta University Athletic Complex. In 2004, the course was restored to its original design and has remained that way ever since. The golf course at Forest Hills features a variety of holes, some straight, some turn to the right and others dogleg to the left. Water only comes into play on the two par 3 holes on the back, other than that, there’s no wet stuff to worry about. The greens are not too fast and roll true. Memorable Holes (All Yardage from the White Tees) Number 1: Par 4, 383 yards. This gently winding dogleg right that plays downhill and features a variety of trees on the right side including dogwoods, magnolias and pines and a sparse pine forest on the left. The green is fronted by a single bunker that guards the front right side of the green and slopes gently from back to front with a lot of undulation. A middle pin position can lead to low scores so be sure to check the pin sheet. Number 11: Par 5, 535 yards. This monster par 5 plays straight downhill, with fairway bunker left and trees to the right off the tee. Number 11 also features some unique grass mounding in the middle and right side of the fairway that needs to be avoided on your layup shot. Two fairway bunkers sit about 40 yards short of the green, awaiting any short approach shots. The green is oddly shaped and has a lot of undulation in it. Par is good. Number 16: Par 3, 159 yards. For a hole that’s pretty straight forward, this one can give you fits. Number 16 plays over water and slightly uphill, perhaps a half to one club longer than normal. Short is better than long as there is plenty of room in front of the green, which is flanked by bunkers on both sides. Anything over the green makes for a tough up and down. Number 18: Par 4, 286 yards. It’s not often that a golf course ends with the easiest hole on the course but that is exactly what Forest Hills does. Your toughest chore on this hole is to keep your tee shot in the fairway as it can get very narrow in the landing area. A good tee shot will leave a short pitch to a large green with bunkers front, left and right and trees long. Forest Hills offers a good time for golfers of all ages and abilities with wide open fairways, magnificent trees and putting greens that roll fair and true. From the back tees, Forest Hills will challenge even the best of players and the five sets of tees make it playable for any level of golfer. With all of the pine trees, rolling terrain and not much water, Forest Hills has a Carolina Sandhills feel to it. Before your round, be sure to visit the driving range, where you can hit every club in the bag prior to your round. There’s also a bar and grill to celebrate in after your round as well as banquet facilities. If you live in the Augusta area or plan on spending a good deal of time there, Forest Hills offers eight different membership plans, so there is something to suite everyone. All memberships include green fees, complimentary usage of the driving range and a two-week advance booking on tee times. They also receive a 15% discount on merchandise other than golf clubs, golf balls, and Augusta University Jaguars gear. If you plan on being in the area that magical Master weekend in April, be sure to book your round early at Forest Hills. They are running some great Masters Week Packages which include greens fees, cart, range balls and a boxed lunch, all for one low price. You’ll also see some great specials on pro shop merchandise.
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Nicholas Hadley
6 months ago
I haven't played Forest Hills in awhile. With that said back in August of this year I won a free round of golf. Every time I have tried to use it, the course is always booked till 2 or 3 in the afternoon, even on weekends. So I will just let this free round pass go and take my business elsewhere. If you offer contests you should specify members only and not general public.
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Rex Hunter
about 2 months ago
Nuttin is the time the third 5 hour day in a rowo concludes so I am just being laid back tonight 44o
Forest Hills Golf Club is an 18 hole golf course located at 1500 Comfort Rd, Augusta, Georgia 30909-3044 and plays 7231 yards from the tips . We have the scorecard for this course. This course is located in Georgia in the city of Augusta in 30909 . Augusta Golf Course and Augusta National Golf Club are located nearby. Book a cheap tee time at Forest Hills Golf Club now!