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Bel Meadow Golf Club

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Bel Meadow Golf Club

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Vernon L wrote a review Sep 2016
Bridgeport, West Virginia42 contributions8 helpful votes
beautiful course.( staff has worked hard to clean up course. trimming trees and cutting brush) very challenging.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Mangulo007 wrote a review Jun 2016
Coral Gables, Florida16 contributions1 helpful vote
Nestled between the West Virginia mountains lies this picturesque golf course. Clubhouse is perfectly appointed for the setting.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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Gruglas wrote a review Aug 2014
Roanoke, Virginia, USA56 contributions39 helpful votes
This course SE of Clarksburg, WV was designed by the golf architect icon Robert Trent Jones in 1964, opening in 1965. It is a traditional layout, which I ADORE!! This course is being worked on feverishly to restore its original stature. The extremely friendly guys in the pro shop explained that the club had fallen into disrepair and that the current owners are working hard to restore it. The tee boxes are probably the worst items. But I am not fussy about tee boxes provided that they are level and not overgrown. Their problem is lack of grass on these items. But the greens were good. And the layout is very good, which is priority one in my book. No course with a lousy layout will ever be good unless/until it is changed. The rough was decent, and the fairways were spotty .... take preferred lies. If the winter of 2014-15 behaves itself (no major ice issues), this course could be very good for its 50th "birthday" in 2015. They even hired a greenskeeper from the Pete Dye course in Bridgeport, WV, so they are committed to upgrading it.
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Date of experience: July 2014
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