Oak Hollow Golf Course
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
this is a beautiful course
very nice course,staff very helpful,great specials in th e grill,plenty of parking,
November 15, 2014
Bargain Pete Dye
As one of Pete Dye's early designs, this High Point muny offers plenty of challenge, especially when the wind is up.
November 13, 2014
In my top 10 all time
This course might be my favorite of all time. It starts out with an easy par 4 and then the views kick in. It has one of the most beautiful short par fives ever that extends into a peninsula green in the middle of the lake followed by one of the hardest tee shots on a par 4. The greens were about 12 on the scale and rolled perfectly. The staff is amazing and they have the best breakfast sandwich ever! 30 bucks for Pete Dye's best design ever, yeah count me in!!
November 2, 2014
I definitely will play this course again. It was a perfect day!!
October 28, 2014
Friendly staff, course was overdue for a trim, if you were not center fairway overgrowth and leaves concealed your ball.
October 20, 2014
Great Layout, beautiful lake, need to change out some of pro shop staff
This course is a must-play among municipals. It has it all. I play from the back tees and it offers one of the toughest Par 4s in the Piedmont triad (#6). Walk out into the lake via a small bridge to an Island tee box. Drive is into a narrow landing area along the edge of Oak Hollow Lake. Your approach is a carry across the corner of the lake to a bunker-lined green. Course is very picturesque. WIth a little course manicuring, this could easily be a $ 50/round course. My only gripe is that the guys in the pro shop are sometimes rude and are not appreciative of your business. Need someone friendly taking your money.
October 14, 2014