Just moved to the area and this is the first year I have played at Harmony Ridge. I play here 3-4 times per week and over 100+ rounds a year at this course and other various courses in the area. Staff is always friendly, laid back and the course is improving. The food is also always great. Since the beginning of the golf season I have seen great improvements in the quality of the course and I feel the staff is working very hard in trying to bring the course in to better shape. The greens are slow but have shown great improvements since the beginning of the year. With these improvements they will be in great shape going into next year (will be able to be cut shorter and rolled more). The course is hilly, there are blind shots, and there are many uneven lies, but that is golf. If you don't like it better just stay at the driving range. The fairways are generally cut well, but unless you want to pay the $50-$100 per round price you will not find any better at most places. Tee boxes need work but that is an offseason project to re-grade them. I do not ride in a cart (at any course) so I have no comment there. Overall I give it a 4 out of 5 because improvements are still necessary, but overall a good course with very friendly people.
7 months ago
I can see the potential in this course. The design is good, and with some more maintenance this course could be good. I wasn't expecting much and was pleasantly surprised by the condition of the greens, even though they were very slow. They are working hard to get the course in decent shape. Tee boxes and fairways still have a way to go, but they have a plan. This is a good course to introduce my son to golf and have him get used to playing various sidehill lies. I can see and appreciate what they're trying to accomplish here. Give it a chance!
3 months ago
I was broken down on the road next to the golf course so my phone prompted me to give a review. Good golf course bad experience waiting for AAA