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Pine Forest Golf Club
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Owner description: This 18-hole Bermuda Grass course with water in play was designed by Billy Martindale at par 72.
Reviewed November 5, 2012

Long, interesting golf course along the Colorado River just south of Bastrop. Lots of hills, narrow fairways and gulleys. Kept in really good condition, worth a stop off of Hwy 71 at Tahitian Drive.

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Reviewed October 15, 2012

I sponsor tournament each October. This Oct was our 18th year at Pine Forest. Twenty-four to 30 of us drive up from Houston and play four rounds in three days. The staff is very helpful and flexible. Fees are reasonable - 4 rounds with cart, grand total $111.00. Course is challenging, particularly the greens. Some holes are very pretty.

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Reviewed September 17, 2012

This is a neat course: the topography is varied, very varied! Some holes a essentially flat with a mild dogleg. Others involve shooting across a wilderness valley or a small lake. More interesting that Lost Pines course in Bastrop State Park and a lot cheaper than Wolfdancer at Hyatt Lost Pines.

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Reviewed July 17, 2012

My husband and I went to play this course after doing research on the internet. Everyone was extremely friendly and we had a great time. The views from several of the holes were absolutely breathtaking. The elevations really played tricks and made for a tough course - we did lose a lot of balls. There are some holes that need to have a little more guidance. We got lost on one hole (one color tee is on one side of a river and the other tees are on the other) and had to drive around a little bit to find where we should tee off. Overall, this is a fun course to play that is challenging but has great views. The only downside was that some of the fairways were closed off even the temperature was over 90degrees. There is no beverage cart, so stock up before you go out.

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Reviewed May 10, 2012

It is a difficult track, with a lot of variety, up and down, left and right. Some carries can be somewhat long, especially if you do not pick the right tees. Greens are very good, with subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) breaks. Condition is usually good, tending to average if there is a long period of heat and no rain. Many holes with no houses, only trees and brush. A few holes with excellent views across central Texas and others next to the Colorado river. Ammunition: 2-3 balls. A good value for the money and worth a daytrip.

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