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I played Sly Fox many years ago when it was Jackson's Chase and didn't remember it fondly. A friend told me that things have changed and to give it a shot and I'm so glad I did! The course far exceeded my expectations both in...More
I was pleasantly surprised by what I encountered this past weekend. The course doesn't have a lavish clubhouse where they sell stuff that no one ever buys at a golf course and what they have serves it's purpose which is to take people's money and...More
Only $15.00 on a Friday morning which was a very low price. Course was not in the best condition. Greens had damage and still showing effects of some aerification. Despite that, I enjoyed the layout. Some neat holes that required better shot placement. I would...More
This is a good design that is just flat out needs maintenance. Sure the area had received a lot of rain, but the lack of moving turned a round of golf into an Easter egg hunt.
From the tee boxes, it is hard to distinguish...More
My understanding is that this place was having real financial problems. They're actually was a sales sign on route 66 earlier this year. I played it over the weekend because of the price $37. Unfortunately it is not worth $37 or even 25. It is...More
Played today and found course quite empty. Clubhouse mediocre and fairways/ tee boxes not in the best shape. Greens were decent. Course looks to be hanging on, nice place to just work in a practice round. Weekday rate with cart of $26.00 is properly priced.
My golfing buddies and I played Jackson's Chase three times this past year. It can be a bit of a challenge but is a good playable course. I enjoy playing this course as much as or more than the other three courses we play in...More
Great potential with a good layout but maintenance is lacking.Every tee box was either patchy or completely bare , most traps have been allowed to grow over and some of the greens had large holes (burrowing animals?)in them.Very reasonably prices however.