Designed by renowned golf course architect Rees Jones, this 6,766 yard, 18 hole, par 72 golf course has challenging greens, ... More
Hell's Point Golf Club
Designed by renowned golf course architect Rees Jones, this 6,766 yard, 18 hole, par 72 golf course has challenging greens, interesting fairway angles, and 61 sculptured sandtraps. This course is the winner of the \"Best of the Beach\" award for eight consecutive years and a well stocked pro shop is also on the premises.
I love Hell's Point super friendly staff. They treated us like family. My favorite course by far ! Beautiful greens, scenery and a very amazing staff are what you will find at Hell's Point for sure. I recommend this place to anyone, makes me upset to hear the negativity because I had a great experience.
In response to the previous review, I must ask how the stock market is going to fair in the future looks as you are obviously a fortune teller. I am the superintendent at Hell's Point and I want it to be known that people who care ARE running this place. I started in September and have put several NEW programs into place to help these greens recover. I am sure Mother Nature appreciates the shout out but I can promise she is not the only factor causing the improvements. The hard working efforts of my staff and the solid team we have in place are as much if not more so responsible. You say take Hell's Point back....well here I am and I challenge you to revisit at any point next year and tell me personally if you think it's worse than this year. Thanks to all our loyal customers, come out and play and see the changes. I am sure you will be pleased!!
Don't believe the false advertisment!! Conditions my be improved but, only because mother nature is showing mercy. What mother nature gives, she also takes away and the course will be in worse shape next summer than it was this summer. Just as it was worse last year than the year before. Your money is not going back into improving or maintaining course conditions. There are so many good courses in the area. Choose one that cares about you! The only people I have talked to that have anything nice to say about the course is...well...the guy behind the counter taking your money. Fool me once shame on you. I won't be fooled again. I will not play Hell's point again until someone who cares takes over
I played hells point this past week and it is in much better shape than it was a couple of months ago. Layout is awesome, greens are in much better shape, staff is friendly. Would recommend you try it. Only complaint is the snack bar was not fully operating.
went to Hells Point this past weekend and it was TERRIBLE. I got in my cart and off to the 1st tee there was a GOAT, no really a goat. Then to the 1st green and it looked like an off-road obstacle course, crab grass, no grass, mud, sand. If your golf ball wasn't a tail rated 4x4 jeep wrangler it wasn't making it to the hole. Now imagine all 18 holes like this one, except the one par 3. "The par 3" acctually had the green "closed" the trimmed a piece of grass 25 feet infront of the real green down really low to make a mini makeshift green. This was the worst golf course I have ever played in my life. Two years ago this was a great course the layout is great, just the upkeep isn't there. DO NOT PLAY HERE.
The shape of the course is getting better. We were told they also recently hired a new GCSAA Superintendent, and you can tell because the greens are coming back. Staff is friendly and the layout is beautiful. Fairways, tee boxes, roughs are great, greens were recently aerated though. All in all a great day!
The staff was friendly, The course was in bad shape, We, my brother and father used to play this course on a regular basis. If pops were still with us, I think he'd cry. What has happened to this course? The greens had 5-6 different types of grasses. The Perimeter of the greens had clumps of grass, The fairways, clumps of crabgrass, the traps, washed out, and shallow. The best thing about the condition, the rough had been cut to a depth where you could see the ball, but presented some difficulty for being there. When we asked what happend, we were told funds were withheld, because God would take care of it. And I for one think that’s true, He's already started to reclaim it.
Went to Hell's Point for the first time on 14 August 2011. The overall layout and course and surroundings are beautiful and just challenging enough to make it interesting for most amateur golfers. Lots of water comes into play. However, the greens are the worst I have ever seen! Most are about half sand and half brown and green grass with patches of what looked like crabgrass all over the place. A couple of greens were just glazed over white mud that looked like hardened pastry frosting, no grass at all. It was like putting on a bumpy, sun baked clay softball infield. The green fees were cheaper than advertised, I assume to make up for the bad condition of the course and the staff showed up late to open the pro shop. Hopefully, they will sell this course to someone who will take care of it. Great potential, but a definite disappointment right now.
The staff were friendly and made us feel welcome. The general layout of the course is attractive. The greens, however, were some of the worst I have ever seen! Almost all the greens have major damage which make putting almost impossible. At the end of the round, I asked one of the staff "what happend to the greens?" His response was "what are you talking about?" He basically blamed heavy rains over the prior two days! The type and extent of damage I saw could not have happened in two days! I was very disappointed with the condition of this course.
A friend of mine invited me to play as part of his last day of bachelorhood, so I went with him. I looked over the course on-line the night before and was excited. First tee box and fairway looked really nice. Hit a big drive and was just short in 2 (Par 5). Then, I saw the green. and then the next and so on. Every green that had a ridge (and most of them do), the ridge and a lot of other spots were covered with sand (and seed mix), but you couldn't putt over them properly. Then, on the back, we got a T-storm for about 15 minutes. We play up on the next hole and the sand was off the green, but there was a river running thru the middle of the green that I had to putt through. I've lived here a long time and heard that this was a really nice course. It has the potential, but wasn't that day. With the greens like they were, you would have thought there would be a discount. Nope, full price. Worst part was they didn't even tell you when you checked in and paid. Decent layout and reasonable price, but play before all the grass is gone off the greens.
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