1400 Pen Park Road, Charlottesville, VA 22901-3114
AVERAGE USER RATING
A challenging 18 hole, par 71 public golf course which includes a practice green, a practice bunker, pull carts, a driving ... More
Meadow Creek Golf Course
A challenging 18 hole, par 71 public golf course which includes a practice green, a practice bunker, pull carts, a driving range, a locker room and showers, club rentals, and a snack bar. Professional lessons are available.
Meadowcreek has great course conditions with everything you would want in a public course. The greens are consistently good throughout the year and the staff treats you like a member. Apparently a renovation was done recently to the clubhouse interior and it looks really nice with clean restrooms and good food. I don't know why anyone living in C'ville would play anywhere else. With gas prices high and the economy in the tank, you can't beat this deal! I paid $29 in the afternoon for 18 holes with a riding cart! Where else can you do that in Charlottesville? If you haven't played Meadowcreek you definately should. If you haven't played it in a while, you need to play it again. If you play it often then you know what I am talking about!
The new pro has really turned this place into something every local golfer can be proud of. I am seriously considering becoming an annual pass holder, which pre-pays your green fees for a year from the date of purchase and you get discounts on guest fees, cart fees, range balls...etc.
Thank you Meadowcreek for giving us a great place to play golf at a very affordable price.
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