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Tot Hill Farm Golf Club, Asheboro

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.7/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • Played this course as the last of a golf trip to the Pinehurst area, played at 1pm tee time and there was one other foursome on the course. This was at one time a fantastic jaw dropping course with so...  read more »
  • I almost hate to make this review, but since Tot Hill management was taken over by Integrity Golf Co, it's not like it used to be. I miss the old staff... the down-home attitude. My hsb and I played t...  read more »
  • Oh my gosh, we had just finished playing the RTJ golf trail including Fighting Joe and had more fun at this course! It is rated 7th hardest course by Golf Digest and I understand why Very hilly and un...  read more »
  • I almost hate to make this review, b/c we love this course. However, since Tot Hill management was taken over by Integrity Golf Co, it's not like it used to be. I miss the old staff... the down-home attitude and the condition of the course. My hsb and I played there on Monday, Aug 15th @ 2pm, and the guy, whose name I prefer not to mention, gave us a hard time over the rates. The posted rates were what we typically pay on a Monday. However, when we got to the course, I was told that was a mistake, "but, they'd let us have it THIS TIME!" Bad attitude and not too friendly. We were the only ones on the course; everyone else had finished. There was no one in front of us, and no one behind us. Let's just say, I miss the old staff, b/c their attitude was always, 'happy to see you, and thank you for coming in." We don't need that, but I'd rather feel welcomed than like I have interrupted his day...kind of attitude. Rates are too high for the condition the course is offense. We have played TH many, many, many, many times, and we’ve never seen it in such bad condition. The greens were in terrible shape; a lot of them had crabgrass and bear spots on them. #5 had 4-5 mole holes... it was a mess. Also, a lot of the tee boxes had not been mowed, and the fairways were unevenly moved; the rough was not kept at all. It appears that they have scaled down the maintenance crew, and they’re only doing what they can with what they have. It was clear that the reels had not been sharpened in a while. We felt bad for the crew, b/c, clearly he was doing his best for what he had to work with. It seems that since Integrity started managing the property, it’s gone downhill. We hate to see that, b/c TH has a very beautiful and challenging layout. It was always at the top of our favorites. Side note: We both play a very respectable game and f/ the regular men's tees
  • One of the best public courses in NC, and it's affordable, challenging, and beautiful. Well worth my 1.5 drive from Charlotte. So much so, that I do it 2-3 times per year if I can.
  • I have played Tot Hill 5 times and plan to go back. It is a beautiful course that you need to play with someone who has played it before. There are some blind tee shots but after playing this course they are not as bad as they seemed the first time. The course requires you to be very thoughtful and accurate. The setting of the course is gorgeous and it has been in excellent shape every time I've played it. Always an enjoyable round and the people in the pro shop are very friendly and helpful. Well worth the drive of 1 1/2 hours.
  • Great course. Very challenging and scenic. A must ply if you're in the area.
  • Play this course twice in one day if you are just visiting. It's more bad to the bone the 2nd time around and you will score better obviously. Enjoy the views and be prepared to focus and play some target golf. Others reviews mention how daunting the course can be and "better bring extra balls"... but that's only if you can't hit the ball strait. Anyone's home course can let the rough grow up and shave the greens, and if you don't hit fairways that course is gonna kick your butt. Hit the fairways here or the course will send you home thinking "Maybe I should take up bowling..." I think 18 and under handicap players should make the trip to Tot Hill Farms but hit the range first. Very affordable and the course is in decent shape. Greens were misleadingly slow on the wet/windy day that I played but that is my only complaint. Do not play this course if you have trouble walking or climbing stairs as there are plenty of hills and places to loose your footing.
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