Foxwood Country Club
Don't believe what you read online!
I made my tee time and then started reading reviews, I saw people calling in a cowpasture and almost canceled… Boy am I glad I didn't ! This place it was great! Some the greens are rough, but they look like they're a week or so from being great... Other than that, I give this place a 8.5/10. I will be playing it again, soon!
July 19, 2015
Good Day For Golf
Fairways were fair, patches maybe due to recent rain and growth in fairway on a few holes, almost like having rough in the fairway. Some greens were good, some were thick. For the price a good value just to get out and enjoy nature. Good place to play if you need something to do.
July 16, 2015
golfing in the out-back
the course is a cow pasture, un-mown and poorly tended. narrow fairways and forced carrys on the back 9. not many on the staff--the bar tender also ran the pro shop, probably the beverage cart girl, based on her attire.
June 15, 2015
Get what you pay for
There is a reason Foxwood is the cheapest course around.
It is not pretty at all but it is a challenging course. has several tight fairways. Water obstacles are mostly muddy pits and some sand traps are also but the course is good to practice on.
June 10, 2015
Course is in good condition. Cart paths need lots of work. Good value for the money.
May 2, 2015
Nice quiet course
Really enjoyed this course. It wasn't overly packed. Friendly staff. He explained everything well since it was my first time there and answered my questions. My 2 concerns were the bees and wasps. I'm guessing because of all the water hazards but by one of the bathrooms on the back nine you couldn't even get in because the doors were covered in bees. Also some of the bridges over water were a bit rickety. Otherwise a nice course not overly difficult and easy to follow/stay on course.
March 20, 2015
The 24 mile drive was not worth the quality of play. The fairways are terrible on all 18 holes. The grass is a thin sheet of cardboard paper that decintigrates with the slightest contact to reveal a muddy foundation. If you regularly take a divot, be sure to bring a wet wipe.
The greens were ok compared to the fairways. The cart paths are so bad you may need to see a chiropractor if you ride a golf cart.
The range has the same poor grass as the fairways but in limited patches with old golfballs from the 1970s.
I paid $10 to ride. And that is all one should pay. It was not busy so the round provided a 3 hour practice session of putting and trying to strike the ball without taking a divot.
The staff and patrons are the best part of the experience. I was pleased with their friendliness. Especially when I lost a club cover due to the bumpy cart paths, It was waiting for me at the clubhouse.
March 4, 2015
ok for once a year
this course plays challenging because of little new grass on greens making them very fast and hard to hold. good value for price but a long drive.
March 2, 2015