Hole 14The beautiful hole nine at Richmond Hills, spanning the gap is always a thrill.Course PhotoCourse Photo
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About the Course
Very hilly Heavily wooded This course was designed with the serious player in mind. Tight, wooded and hilly. Several shots are over a large gorge, with elevation changes on nearly every hole. Currently, 17 holes have alternate pin locations. Long pants recommend (poison oak and ivy). Club events: Monday 11am Singles/Tag Dump TD: Eddie aka Tommy Thumbs Tuesday 3:30pm Random Draw Doubles TD: Steve Kristaine A message From WNCDGA : We are working with the city on getting concrete pads. We will continue to update as new information becomes available. There is also a new layout, after playing 13 go down the hill to the left of the basket and up the stairs to the new teebox to play 14. 14=old 16, 15= old 17, 16=old 18, 17=old 15, 18=old 14. Map updated 10/14
18 Holes
Turf Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed Use, Public Park
Established 2006
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available


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Players usually spend 1.5 - 2.5 hours here.

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Nov 24, 2022
"Great tree love, if you have webbed arms it’s easy trek pad to basket. Big ass bear up on 18. Foot faulter."
Nov 21, 2022
"Great course.. Tons of fun. "
Nov 21, 2022
"A full walkthrough is available on YouTube at Nikkas_tail"
Nov 18, 2022
"The course has some great, technical lines on many holes and is a solid challenge for just about anyone. But the tee pads need some serious work, directional signage is non-existent, and the shots over the valley get annoyingly repetitive, fast. "


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