Lexington Oaks Golf Club Provides a Challenge


Lexington Oaks Golf Club: 2nd hole

The 2nd hole is a long par 3 with lots of water to carry.

I played Lexington Oaks Golf Club last week. It has been a little over a year since I last played there. You can tell from my past posts that I like the course and the challenges it offers.  Winding you through the Lexington Oaks subdivision there are a good variety of dog legs and straight drives. You are also challenged by a number of sand and water hazards as well as wetlands to carry.

The course is not the longest with five sets of tees ranging from 4400 yards to just 0ver 6600, but watch out for the the par 3s. Three of them are over 200 yards long if you go from the tips. The course is in overall good shape with well mown tees and fairways. The greens were rolling a little fast, but it seems like they always keep them a little fast. The sand traps are in good shape also.

The staff was friendly at check in and the starter informed us of  pin posistions and any course condition updates. They also have an aqua driving range, which was busy, and a putting green to warm up. The carts are good, but no GPS.

We had an 11:35 tee time and started a few minutes late. It took us 4 1/2 hours to get in 18 holes. Winter golf rates are in effect and range from$19.95 for super twilight to $44.95 on a weekend morning. So a little more expensive than usual but still a good deal.

As always, I enjoyed the challenge of golfing Lexington Oaks Golf Club and the great conditions. For more information contact www.lexoaks.com or check out my previous posts:

Lexington Oaks Golf Club (5/2/11)
Update: 12/6/11
Update: 7/1/11

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