Fairway Hills Golf Club

Fairway Hills

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Short but spunky fairways designed by Ron Pritchard wend through woodlands and wetlands

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Short but spunky fairways designed by Ron Pritchard wend through woodlands and wetlands

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$59 for a golf package for two (up to a $124 total value)
$99 for a golf package for four (up to a $248 total value)<p>

  • One 18-hole round of golf (up to a $41 value)
  • Cart rental (a $16 value)
  • One hot dog (a $3 value), chips (a $1 value), and a drink (a $1 value) per person<p>

Fairway Hills Golf Club

“A lot of players look at the card and think because it’s short that they’re going to play their all-time best round of golf and end up spending a lot of time in the woods,” says head professional Joan Lovelace of the course at Fairway Hills Golf Club. The Ron Pritchard–designed course —which stays neatly within the bounds of 6,158 yards—doesn’t just get its bite from the woodlands about which Lovelace warns. Water comes into play on 12 of the 18 holes, and the second fairway’s wicked dogleg right and stream-guarded bentgrass green costars with collarless shirts in many golfers’ nightmares. The links wind down with a hope-inspiring 18th hole, where golfers with the right mix of skill and luck can make a birdie.

Adjacent to the course’s bermuda-grass fairways, the club’s practice facilities invite players to demolish buckets of balls at a turf range, cleat across a chipping area, or practice whipping a putter out of its holster and twirling it around their thumb. Lessons with the club’s PGA professionals are also available to help hone games.

Course at a Glance:


_Fairway Hills Golf Club’s tee-time rates vary throughout the day and week._

Fairway Hills Golf Club

“A lot of players look at the card and think because it’s short that they’re going to play their all-time best round of golf and end up spending a lot of time in the woods,” says head professional Joan Lovelace of the course at Fairway Hills Golf Club. The Ron Pritchard–designed course —which stays neatly within the bounds of 6,158 yards—doesn’t just get its bite from the woodlands about which Lovelace warns. Water comes into play on 12 of the 18 holes, and the second fairway’s wicked dogleg right and stream-guarded bentgrass green costars with collarless shirts in many golfers’ nightmares. The links wind down with a hope-inspiring 18th hole, where golfers with the right mix of skill and luck can make a birdie.

Adjacent to the course’s bermuda-grass fairways, the club’s practice facilities invite players to warm up with a bucket of balls at the range. A large chipping and putting green allows players to to tune their short games. Lessons with the club’s PGA professionals are also available to help hone games.

Course at a Glance:


Customer Reviews

- interesting course - target golf..since its narrow in places - great value with Groupon... and the lunch with the Groupon made it better
Alan W. · December 11, 2012
very well run, nicely maintained course, staff pleasant & helpful.
Dean P. · November 14, 2012
A nice course, not as narrow as we had anticipated, Probably more enjoyable in warmer months when the fairway grass is not dormant (we were not allowed to ride on the fairway, which slowed the pace of play). Could have used more water on the course, but having a lot of porto-potties was a nice feature. We will be back if the price is right !!
Bruce A. · November 11, 2012

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