Osprey Cove Golf & Country Club

St. Marys, Georgia
4.4
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Osprey Cove Golf & Country Club
123 Osprey Dr, Saint Marys, Georgia 31558-4149
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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
Black 375 423 505 184 372 526 221 423 371 3400 395 137 327 430 574 426 408 194 500 3391 6791 132 72.9
Blue 344 380 473 167 327 497 190 394 353 3125 365 114 297 396 559 389 369 177 478 3144 6269 124 71.0
Gray 315 357 438 134 299 461 162 363 344 2873 349 97 277 368 524 368 335 159 462 2939 5812 116 68.5
Red 288 327 392 86 262 432 130 314 276 2507 316 78 252 398 457 351 293 109 315 2569 5076 120 69.7
Par 4 4 5 3 4 5 3 4 4 36 4 3 4 4 5 4 4 3 5 36 72
Osprey Cove Golf & Country Club Ratings & Reviews
4.4
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Heidi Ann
9 days ago
Hoity toity, definitely not friendly. Go to Bogeys at Laurel Island instead
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David Theoret
4 months ago
Located literally minutes from the Florida/Georgia border, Osprey Cove has a lot to offer. This private, gated community features luxury homes in a resort atmosphere and the climate in St. Marys, GA although warmer, allows residents to experience all four seasons, even if the colder weather is brief – just the way I like it. Osprey Cove is the epitome of a Southern coastal golf course. It sits at the edge of the expansive St. Marys River basin and is designed around a wild life preservation area among tidal inlets and pristine marshes along the river. Golfers are treated to magnificent views out across the marshes on many holes. Memorable Holes (All Yardages are From the Blue Tees) Number 3: Par 5, 441 yards. Although this is a short par 3, Number 3 can be a very challenging hole, especially for someone who is not familiar with the course. What you think could be a perfect drive could easily land in the wetlands, especially if you try and hug the right side. A tee shot just shy of 240 yards will land you just short of the water that bisects the fairway. The trio of pine trees on the left side of the fairway up near the green help to create a kind of double dogleg. An approach shot with a bit of a draw could find the green and set up an eagle opportunity. Miss the green to the left and the deep bunker will test your ability to get up and down. The green is shallow and can be tough to hold with a long approach shot. Par is a good score here. Number 5: Par 4, 334 yards. A short par 4 with an interesting ending. By that I mean the pot bunker that sits directly in front of the green, taking away the bump-and-run and forcing players to fly it on the elevated green. There is a lot of roll and undulation in the fairway and your tee shot is somewhat blind. Front middle pin placements will make you earn a low score. Number 9: Par 4, 342 yards. Trees right and the expansive marshlands on the left keep you honest off the tee. Middle of the fairway is an ideal place to come in from. There’s a large deep bunker on the left and another to the right of this double green that co-exists with Number 18. A fair and rewarding end to the outward nine. Number 11: Par 3, 113 yards. If I were naming holes, this one would be called “Sand” because it’s everywhere. Carry the waste bunker off the tee, avoid the two pot bunkers that guard the front of this elevated green which slopes back to front and you’ve got it made! Number 15: Par 4, 381 yards. Standing on the tee, you’ll notice a large oak tree in the middle of the fairway, just short of where you want your ball to land. If you’re like me, I take dead aim at it, that way I’m assured of not hitting it! Left of the tree with a little bit of a fade works well too and leaves a mid-iron into a green fronted on either side with bunkers. Number 18: Par 5, 468 yards. Number 18 requires a fairly substantial carry over the marsh from any of the men’s tee boxes. McCumber has placed fairway bunkers in the landing area on the left side off the tee and a couple more in the landing area and middle of the fairway to penalize otherwise successful layup shots. The marsh creeps up to the green on the right side and more well-place bunkers can wreak havoc with short approach shots. To me, this was the most entertaining hole on the golf course. Any pars (or better) are well earned. Last Word: Osprey Cove is a golf course that won’t beat you up, but at the same time, it won’t let you push it around either. To many, it’s a shot maker’s course that demands a high level of placement and execution if you want to score well. McCumber has given players many targets to aim at to keep them on course. If you can do that, you’ll find yourself writing down some favorable scores. Fail to do so and you’ll pay the price. One memorable characteristic of Osprey Cove is the smallness of the greens, compared to other area courses. Many of them have significant slope and undulations or are tucked precariously behind bunkers.
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Ryan Cheeley
5 months ago
Nice selection of items, high quality. Prices are high but expected with embroidery. Always well organized and staff is always friendly.
Osprey Cove Golf & Country Club is an 18 hole golf course located at 123 Osprey Dr, Saint Marys, Georgia 31558-4149 and plays 6791 yards from the tips . The estimated course record for Osprey Cove Golf & Country Club is 62. It has a slope of 132 and rating 72.9. We have the scorecard for this course. This course is located in Georgia in the city of St. Marys in 31558 . Pro 3s at St. Marys and Laurel Island Links are located nearby.