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Homestead Old Course

66 Reviews
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DKLAG wrote a review Oct 5
Cleveland, Ohio218 contributions40 helpful votes
played the course recently with a group of 8 (played 2 times in 3 days). first tee times of the day so a bit of dew on the ground. surprisingly they let us go out. With that said, service at the course is excellent. The course is in great shape. Neat layout with 6 ea. par 3's, 4's and 5's. playing from the back tees still challenging for all handicaps. With the elevation changes, the views of the course and the surrounding areas is spectacular. bit of history on number 1 tee...it is the oldest continuously operating 1st tee in the country. Must do when in the area!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Morris H wrote a review Sep 2018
Duncansville, Pennsylvania61 contributions11 helpful votes
I could only play 9 holes today(9/28/18) because of the recent rain. However, the holes were 1 thru 6 and then 16, 17 & 18. NO discount! The charge was $90 for the make shift course. Very disappointed in the price given the conditions.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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molarman26 wrote a review Sep 2017
Chester, Virginia706 contributions149 helpful votes
We played both of the Homestead courses. The old course(the one on property) is a little more forgiving. It is more open and a lot easier to putt. I enjoyed reading the history plaques placed throughout the course. Both courses are quite hilly so even though you are riding in a cart it is a lot of up and down walking. A fore caddy is not a bad idea for a first time player as there are a few blind shots. Enjoy your time outdoors as the mountain air can be quite invigorating.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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tovah123 wrote a review Jun 2017
Washington DC, District of Columbia94 contributions51 helpful votes
We played on a Saturday morning. Beautiful and well-maintained course albeit with some significant road noise on a few holes. Two issues that need to be address. One, there were no golf marshals riding around. So, when the foursome behind us hit into us twice, both times nearly hitting us, there was no one to complain to. And, of course, no one in the foursome apologized until I confronted them. Second, there was no water available on the course with the exception at the turnaround (at hole 8) where you can buy drinks. Even at the private/public courses we play at home, there is not only water available at many holes but someone drives around offering water. Though the price was reasonable by resort standards, for the money, those two issues need to be addressed.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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meemstli wrote a review Jun 2017
Hot Springs, Virginia19 contributions5 helpful votes
Love this course it is a fun round to play and not too difficult. We love the friendly staff and always enjoy the beautiful vies.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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