Pinnacle Country Club
Should have worked
I have been playing the Pinnacle for over 15 years. You are forced to place the ball accordingly or learn the art of the "punch" shot. I played the course to days prior and the course was in good condition considering the time of year. I returned to play the course with my dad in his birthday only to find that the greens were sanded and the course had been aerated. We quit on the 6th hole. We initially were going to play another course but GolfNow noted that the course had been aerated April 22 so we went to the PInnacle. You know the rest.
May 7, 2014
was a beautiful course
I Loved it. We Will definitely come back..........
May 5, 2014
Course still getting groomed for the prime playing season. Greens were brutally tough.. need rolled bad!! Restaurant and bar were both closed :((
April 6, 2014
It was a beautiful day, just wish I could have played as good as the weather.
The course is in great shape for winter conditions with plenty of good thick dormant grass to play from. There are a lot of trees and some pretty challenging shots to be had, but it's fair, non the less.
I would recommend this course to anybody in the low to mid handicap range.
February 17, 2014
great course , difficult sand traps
great views took pic's
loved # 10
February 10, 2014
peaceful and fun to play
fun course but tight. demands accuracy above length off tee. nice looking holes.
November 5, 2013
Really good staff and fun course
Take your buddies and play. Lots of trees and good times.
September 26, 2013
Pretty fun course but it needs some attention, and a marshall.
Let me start out by stating that the day we played, was just too hot for golf. My oldest son decided he wanted to tee of in the early afternoon. What a mistake! While this was not the golf courses fault, we only saw the cart girl once on a 104 degree afternoon. The older gentleman at the front desk was kind of rude when we first checked in and very short with every sentence. Ok, I can live with that. I used to play here all the time when I lived in the area and it was one of the nicer courses in the area. Now the greens are dying (could be the heat but this is Texas so they should know what to expect). the wooded areas are so thick with stuff on the ground that walking through them is a nightmare, much less finding a ball, and NONE of their carts would hold a bag on it to save their lives. I changed carts twice and so did my son and we lost our bags off of them at least 7 times. Now, I not once saw a marshall and while I am not going to complain about a group in front being slow, I am going to complain about local residents "sneaking onto the course" to play a few holes. We had at least 5 private carts do this and say that they were doing so. Not to mention the kids playing a baseball game on the fairway on the back nine. I would say that for the value, it is ok since we caught a twilight price. If it were an early morning prie, I would rate this much worse value. A little more upkeep, customer service, and monitoring of the course would take this back to a beautiful hidden gem. Until then, I am not sure I will drive another hour and a half one way to play this course.
September 2, 2013