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Sedgewood Country Club

Sedgewood Country Club

9560 Garners Ferry Rd Hopkins, SC 29061-9566 Phone:   (803) 776-2177 URL:   Course Website

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The 18-hole "Sedgewood" course at the Sedgewood Country Club facility in Hopkins, South Carolina features 6,767 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 72.4 and it has a slope rating of 113. Designed by Russell F. Breedon, the Sedgewood golf course opened in 1977.

Course Information for Sedgewood Country Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)

Sedgewood Country Club Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Russell F. Breedon
72 par, 6,767 yards
72.4 rating, 113 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $15.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Frank Rawls, Owner/Manager/Superintendent


Course Notes:

Be careful of the doglegs.




Amenities:
Putting Green
Food & Beverage Available
Pull Carts
Rental Clubs


Rules/Notes:
Walking Allowed
Softspike Facility

Hopkins, SC

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Sedgewood Country Club 2 5 5 5
course needs work The course was rough but for $10 for 18 and the cart id play there everyday August 5, 2013
Great Layout This course has always been a great layout but for years now it has not been maintained very well at all. If you can't get on somewhere else then give it a try. The greens were not bad. June 23, 2013
Decent course, but.... Sedgewood is a pretty fun course to play, overall. However, it seems they haven't put any money into the course in YEARS. There is hardly a difference between the fairway and rough. Since the last time I played there (Six months prior to this post), they have put considerable work into the greens. They are actually putt-able now which is a good thing. The tee boxes aren't kept up very well and, when there is a cart path, you need an ATV to travel on them instead of a golf cart. All-in-all, it might be the best value in Columbia due to the low price and the length and difficulty of the course. I play there a couple times a month just to save a few bucks. May 5, 2013
This course's conditions are so bad its ridiculous This course is terrible and I would not recommed it at all. April 28, 2013
Horrible my sister and I came from out of town to play and couldn't believe what condition the course was in. On our way to hole 1 we thought we were driving the golf cart through a land fill. On the fairway for hole 4 we passed a massive dead snake near the green. Speaking of green, the green was the only grass that was green. The grass everywhere else was dead. I thought we were playing in the desert of Arizona. Not to mention there were huge tree branches everywhere on the ground. The course was a joke and I can't believe we paid $15 each to golf 9 holes there. My sister's friend, a local, laughed when he heard we went there and referred to the place as Sedgeweed (for obvious reasons) November 24, 2012
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