Manor Golf and Country Club
Nice course but not worth the money.
I thought the course was pristine but not worth the $77 dollars that I paid.
November 23, 2013
Good course, not a good value for the money.
Course condition was great, but the layout wasn't too impressive. I would pay $50~60 for this course, not over $70. (I paid $79)
November 14, 2013
Let me start out by saying that I'm a member of a local club in the area but not at the manor. These people literally go out of their way to make it know you're NOT a member of their club. From the time you park, check in, greeted at 1st box, and Marshalls driving by you on the course. It's sad they fail to realize they NEED the public to stand on their own two feet financially. Not to mention we are all potential members. I would be embarrassed to part of the club and the way they act.
Course is in great shape as usual. One of my favorite tracks in Atlanta.
November 8, 2013
The course was nice, but I guess since we were guest and not members the hospitality lacked. It was a Sunday afternoon at 2:10 when we teed off and there were several other golfers on the course, but we never saw the drink cart. There are no water dispensers on the course and it was hot outside. They do provide you with two water bottles in your cart, but that won't last the whole round. At the turn, around 4, we went in to get something there and the snack bar was closed. The course was challenging, but nice. Would have been a lot better if you weren't dehydrated.
October 22, 2013
Course was in great shape
The course was in good shape. The staff were a little rude and short with are group but besides that it was very worth the twilight rate we paid and we will be back.
October 13, 2013
Slow pace of play for a Thursday.
The course is starting to get a little rough around the edges. Fairways and greens are in good shape, but fabric underlayment is showing in some bunkers. Pace of play was slow for a Thursday.
October 12, 2013
Overall, a good course layout but not a favorite because...
First, I paid for a full foursome as a "treat." I don't normally do that, but these guys deserved it...
Because it was a Golfnow hotdeal round, I felt like the desk clerk was fairly rude to me and "my guests." He was clearly a tad bit dismissive. I have advice for guys like this... "Your business manager wants to get public play, so they post on Golfnow. People buy it, deal with it and be happy and welcome people to your golf course - we have options in terms of courses to play."
The day prior I had played in Conyers. That course was much better in terms of layout, greens, etc., and the price was less than half...
But, Manor is a good course with true greens, nice tee boxes, good mixture of holes, etc., The cart girl was extremely friendly and we bought drinks (oh yeah).
I will play here more, but will not go out of my way simply because of how the proshop staff treated us at check-in. Just leaves a bad feeling about the overall experience.
October 10, 2013
Great course - Worst experience ever with staff
Beautiful course. Pristine conditions.
I'll preface this by saying in have played east lake, AAC, and Pumpkin Ridge, and I have never been treated as badly as I was here today.
So now be prepared for my review and expect when you go to be treated with an air of country club snobbery I have never experienced in all my life.
Started in the pro shop on check in. I was asked if we wanted to pay an extra fee for the range. We declined, and then we heard the pro shop announce of the radio that we had not pages for the range. No problem, we didn't plan to hit balls anyway. We get to the putting green, and they have a sign, no chipping. Fine no problem. We start chipping around the edge of the range. One guy tells us there is a chipping area hidden,and we should go there and chip. We chip for about 5 minutes, and the starter, "Gene", comes over and tells us we can't chip because we didn't pay for the range!!
(He says we can putt on the putting green, but no chipping for us; i want to say isn't that part of the range, but I bite my tongue)
When we finish, the cart guy (and I mean guy- 50 something) rides with us to our car. I tell him the clubs are fine, and give him a $5, and when I ask him for two back, he looks at me as if I was the cheapest guy ever. When he reaches in to give me the two, he must have $400 in there
The course is great, but I guess they have enough people that they don't want any of us Golfnow folks there.
This course is about 6 miles from me, and I doubt I will ever go back there.
September 20, 2013