Brookshire Inn and Golf Club, Williamston
(3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • The course is ok but the facilities are just run down and not like a club should be. The golf shop is a little shed with two surly men that work there. WOuld never go back there just because of them. ...  more »
  • Hidden in the corner of downtown Williamston is a wonderful golf course, with an excellent restaurant. The venue is lovely, especially during the warmer months when one can sit outside and enjoy the b...  more »
  • This is an interesting course, located adjacent to downtown Williamston. There are two very distinct nines. The original nine, now the back nine, is a bit quirky and tight, with the Red Cedar River, a...  more »
Google
  • Great friendly staff. Good home town bar feel. Good food. Right on the golf course. Have always had a good time.
  • Great for an evening with family, drinks with friends, or large events. Definitely worth checking out.
  • Dont like the food. Everyone is nice
  • Played there yesterday in the 88 degree heat and the greens were lightning fast. An interesting course where you can hit the fairway and still be completely blocked from approaching the green. There are several water hazards, multiple sand traps and overgrown trees on nearly every hole. Most of the bunkers are playable, but like so many muni courses these days, other traps are filled with dirt and mud making an explosion nearly impossible. You will hit much less than a driver on the majority of the Par 4s because they are so short and tight. And whatever you do, don't leave yourself above the hole. It's like putting on glass. Also, the bar/restaurant is outstanding with excellent food and very professional service. Overall a cool place with nice people but you have to play it more than once or twice a season to understand where to hit your tee balls.
  • Hey very nice course always taken care of polite service and a great bartender to make the turn Melissa is the best