I'm a bogie golfer on my good days. This was my first time playing Highland Park. The course is easy to get to, the green fees are very reasonable, the staff is helpful and professional. It's a good looking, scenic course. Two things to be aware of: (1) his is a hilly course - at times you cannot see the golfers on your fairway from the tee box and (b) these greens are FAST, stay below the hole! The five or six times I happened to hit the green from 100 to 160 yards out with a wedge the ball scooted 5 - 15 yards beyond the green. On several lies above the hole I tried to just start the ball rolling, missed the cup, and wound up 10 - 30 feet away. But that's golf. OH! and where else have you the chance to duck-hook a drive onto Historic Route 66?
2 months ago
Pretty scenery and well kept. Lots of large trees, which are beautiful, but they interfered with many of my shots. On a positive note, they kept many of my balls from reaching the neighboring fairway. Didn't have to yell "Fore!" once. Website listed in google maps is for a wifi company. Someone should fix that.
about 1 month ago
A great golf course for new it experienced golfers. Has a combination of easier shorter holes, with some extremely difficult ones. Holy, but still easily walked.