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Green Springs Golf Course, Washington

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Nice course but not that challenging from the white tees. The fairways are well kept and the greens, albeit quite fast, are suffering with all the un-repaired pitch marks (from what I could see those ...  more »
  • I was pleasantly surprised by this course. It was very laid back with no frills. There weren't any outside service personnel and no beverage cart. It was a do-it-yourself kind of place. And sometimes ...  more »
  • This is a beautifully manicured golf course that can be a thorn in a golfer's side. This course can be a challenge, depending on which tees you play. No matter, there is a par 3 over the canyon which ...  more »
Google
  • Great Course! Spectacular Views, Some very difficult and unique holes. Has a great natural grass range.
  • Really great course for the money, and I like that it does have some shade available on really hot St.George days!
  • Greens were hard and fast, fairways were in rough shape. It didn't affect my rating, but the course is extremely difficult and unforgiving.
  • The front (north) 9 is a gorgeous canyon desert course! Prices are reasonable. Bring your A game for the Par threes. One over a canyon and one over a big pond.
  • Play the front 9 instead of the back. The gorge on 5, and 6 (I think) is pretty cool.