This course has small, tricky greens and wide fairways. Water and trees come into play throughout the course. The signature hole is #8, which has water behind the green and trees along the left.
The nine hole Course at Carroll County Country Club was built in 1965 by Designer Herman Hackbarth Bent grass greens and Bermuda grass fairways The course rating is 68.5 - 69.7 and it has a slope rating of 121 - 124. The perfect combinaton of trees, sand and water to make this a fun course to play. Yardage Markers: Red - 100 White - 150 and Blue - 200 yard markers
Facilities include a full service bar, dining area, recreation room and pool. Summertime activities include barbeques and other events such as Friday night scrambles involving mixed teams of adults and children for a fun time for all. Come visit us to truly see that we are A Fun Place To Play. Please ask your questions or leave a comment via email at the link from the contact form or home page.
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