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East Bay Golf Club, Largo

(2.2/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Got there, six carts waiting at first tee. Tee time was 1:15 and group at 1:07 was waiting on carts to come in. We had to wait as well. Took 2 hours to play 4 holes....ridiculous! Greens were not in g...  more »
  • My husband and I went here in December because the price was good. It was the first course we played on our vacation and it was very disappointing. The staff was very friendly, but the fairways were n...  more »
  • East Bay is in pretty good shape right now. Nice fairways, an nice greens, make this course fun to play. It wasn't always maintained this good, but they have obviously worked hard to make it better. I...  more »
  • Regular golfer at East Bay so I have seen the good and the bad. I have to compliment them on the improvements on their greens. Played this weekend and the greens rolled the smoothest I remember and had more pace than they have had in while. Very enjoyable round at a great price.
  • Well priced exp after noon. Great shape and if your from out of town and on vacation, this is the place. Close to our condo and cheaper than others in the area. If you want to spend more than 50$, of course (no pun) finding Donald Ross isn't hard to find. From Indiana, so flat, fast greens are the norm.
  • Second time in a week my husband played this course and came home frustrated. They are over booking the course so bad that if you play after 1PM you cannot get 18 holes in and they will not do any refund. He should have known when they were running out of golfcarts...all because of greed! All because of greed! He should have know when they were running out of golf carts......
  • I heard there were new owners at East Bay so I thought it would be nice to play since I live on the course. I asked two friends to join me, which I spent some of our time together feeling the need to apologize for recommending East Bay. I generally play 18-holes in 3-3 1/2 hours depending on how crowded the courses are; it took us 5 1/2 hours to play 17-holes!!! We walked off the course disgusted and after telling a staff member about our frustration, found the staff person less than concerned about the time it took to play. His comment: "Well, at least it's warmer here than up north." Even though I live on the course, it's going to be some time before I go back. Right now I'd tell anyone thinking of playing there, "say save your money".
  • Pace of play here is very good, especially in Feb & Mar when we do split tee times off front and back, rounds are consistently less than 4hours 20 minutes. Also tee times run on time which is not the norm for other area courses. Greens are in great shape this winter and rates are very reasonable. The club NEVER runs out of carts, they are assigned within a reasonable time before tee time. Days are getting longer now and any tee time before 1:30 will absolutely finish an 18 hole round.