Five Uppermost New Affordably-Priced Golf Courses in America

By: Jim O Connell


In this piece relating to the five top new affordably-priced golf courses, we are going to present a short report of five courses that have been opened in 2009-2010, and offer a number of the greatest values of any of the golf courses within the United States. These new courses are a vanishing breed, that is, class courses freshly constructed that can be played for $40 a round or less. Most of the new courses opening today are the high-end not public courses built in accompanying residential communities, followed by expensive semi-private and resort courses.
These new affordably priced golf courses are located in five different areas of the country east of the Rocky Mountains, so plenty of golfers will not need to trek excessively distant to try out one of these unknown gems. All courses will not allow metal spikes, and has a driving range, rental carts and clubs, and can take charge cards unless otherwise specified.
• Lonnie Poole Golf Course at North Carolina State University. Raleigh, North Carolina. www.lonniepoolegolfcourse.com
This Arnold Palmer designed golf course gets an overall “good” course rating, though to completely enjoy this layout one should be in the low handicap area. There are some blind shots that must be contended with.
Weekday price range: $35-$75.
Weekend price range: $45- $75.
• CommonGround Golf Course, Aurora Colorado.
www.commongroundgc.com
This course was originally opened as Mira Vista Golf Course, and was completely redesigned in 2009 by Tom Doak, who designed the course to maximize the enjoyment of the game for all tiers of participants. It's a pleasurable course to experience and can be walked without problems.
Weekday price: $50.
Weekend price: $50.
• Highlands of Elgin, Illinois
www.highlandsofelgin.com
The highlight of the course will be the four holes designed near a quarry, as they hug the top on the bluff thirty to forty feet over the water. The layout presents golfers many shot options and spectacular views on all four holes. They do not have golf clubs for rental, and are open from April to the end of October.
Weekday price range: $25- $36.
Weekend price range: $30- $45.
• The National Golf Club of Louisiana. Westlake, Louisiana, outside of Lake Charles.
www.nationagcla.com
Featuring 14 lakes, 80 bunkers, and very large, challenging greens, the five sets of tees tender an like challenge to golfers of all degrees. The course gets exceptional opinions from people that have played it. Architect is Dave Bennett, and is not closed all year.
Weekday price range: $15- $25.
Weekend price range: $20-$35.
• Shining Rock Golf Club, Northbridge Massachusetts.
www.shiningrock.com
This choice receives exceedingly high opinions. It might be quite difficult for the typical golfer, but the course has five separate tees ranging in yards from 6735 down to 5009, to help you shorten it up noticeably if need be.
Weekday price range: $25- $45.
Weekend price range: $25- $55.
We are happy to recommend these five top recent affordably-priced golf courses, as they can offer all golfers a high quality value with first-rate golf at a relatively little cost. Certainly there are more golf bargains if you search for them, but we tip our cap to these course operators for offering new, quality courses at fine rates. We hope it will be a trend.

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