Oak Hollow Golf Course
VERY GOOD LATE WINTER CONDITION
WE ARE FROM OUTSIDE OF AREA VISITING ...MUCH MUCH BETTER THAN OTHER COURSE WE PLAYED DAY BEFORE...
March 10, 2015
Great course, would play again
Great course, would play again. Challenging layout, great scenery, tough course
March 9, 2015
Great challenging layout. Pro Shop not real friendly
Paid for single player online and when I checked in, the gentleman was eating a sandwich and seemed bothered by me checking in at the moment. Other than that, starter was nice and course was in great shape for recent bad weather. Definitely a challenging and fun day.
March 5, 2015
great course, tainted by old disrespectful staff.
Loved the course. I was surprised that each of the few times I've been to the course I have had my excitement of playing golf stifled by the "I'm just here so I don't get fined" attitude of the aged staff members.
March 5, 2015
wonderful fun per price and weather
Family winter golf outing to Greensboro national was cancelled by course closure and we luckily found awesome deal at Oak Hallow. Even in winter chilly condition, course condition was fair enough for family fun, especially no one else one the course. Pete course is always fun to play, and Oak hallow has great staff, course and scene, I love to come back in warmer weather.
March 2, 2015
Tough course, even harder in the winter. Decent conditions considering the time of year but more enjoyable to play when green, like most courses. Probably slightly overpriced year round but if you can get a good rate then it's a better than average course for the triad area.
February 2, 2015
Play it smart!
Oak Hollow is a Pete Dye gem. Play it smart or it will burn you. Many of the fairways roll from one side to the other and a few are pretty severe. Also, many of the holes run along, or up to, Oak Hollow Lake, providing very scenic views. This yields to some tempting shots that may not be advisable. Greens are in great shape. Fairways are also, but winter dormancy has them practically white. For quicker play you might consider a colored ball. Final advice: as stated in title, play it smart; I lost a couple of strokes to temptation as I flirted with doglegs and treelines that looked crossable. Play it the way Pete intended and you'll love your score as much as the course!
December 5, 2014