Forrest Crossing Golf Course
Pace of play
Forrest crossing has got to do a better job of monitoring pace of play. Winter afternoon, nice weather but no need for a 5 hour round.
February 9, 2015
Challenging and a great, relaxing time.
Nice layout. The greens were fast and the pins were dastardly. The winter sun angle wasn't helping either. If you can zero in on yardages, you can score. (I can't.)It is a fun course.
February 5, 2015
They stack you up like cattle headed for the slaughter house. Similar to the design of the course. Could be a beautiful 14 hole layout but they decided to squeeze 4 more in there.
January 20, 2015
Great shape for January
The course was in as good a shape as could be expected for January. It was actually in better shape than the last time I played here in July. The greens were in good shape, rolling true and moderately fast. A good value for $30-40.
January 20, 2015
One of best public course.
It is worth it!!
Staff are very nice and kind too.
Free practice range with ball was great too.
October 30, 2014
Excellent staff. Friendly, the nicest I have spoke with at any Nashville area gc.
October 21, 2014
The over all course is good , not a big fan of the greens.
October 10, 2014
Overall everything was as good as should be expected for the price. Loved the greens, putted very true and consistent. Disappointed to find out that I actually would have saved money playing at the regular Senior rate VS the Golf Now rate with the added fees. I plan to play there again soon, but will call direct and play for the regular Senior rate. Pace of play was slower than average, but about as expected for a good public course in a heavily populated area for a reasonable price.
October 2, 2014