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14500 Avery Rd Rockville, MD 20853
14500 Avery RoadUSMarylandRockville20853
(240) 406-1650redgategolf.com
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"Also the beers are ice cold and have the best price!"
"Anywhere in this area on a muni is not going to be a speedy round."
"Great golf course for the beginner and for the experienced golfer."
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Joseph Belcher
3 months ago
Went to the course on 9/24 and thought it was in great shape for it being the end of the season and basically having no rain for quite a while. You can't beat 23 bucks for 18 in Montgomery County MD. Also the beers are ice cold and have the best price! I will be a regular here.
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Jamie Timon
4 months ago
9/1/16 - This course is one of the worst conditions I have ever played at. There was bare dirt in the tee box, in the fairways, in the rough, even on several greens! I didn't see a single bunker with sand in them, they were all rocks, dirt and grass. The cart had serious issues taking off, the brakes were nearly shot and the shocks were nonexistent. I will never EVER come here again when the Montgomery County courses are so much better maintained and cheaper. There was no starter to keep the pace. I will actively discourage anyone I come in contact with to avoid this place.
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Darrell Rogers
4 months ago
I play here regularly and it's hard to match the price. Folks are nice, play can be slow, the course is challenging but it's 1/2 the price of other public courses nearby...I say that's pretty good. Recently the course is in difficult shape, the lack of rain has made the fairways very hard and bumpy, and tee boxes rough.
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Paul Harris
8 months ago
The tee boxes were in pretty good shape. The fairways were filled in cut nice. The rough was long and punishing. The greens were a little slow, but I like them like that since it gives me a chance to be a little aggressive. There were some pretty exciting holes with some real elevation changes. Since it was my first time, there were several holes I would have played different so I’m looking forward to another shot at the course. When I play at a course for the first time, I call this unknown knowledge my ‘new course index’. I got a 92 with a bogey which I think is a stoke or two below my handicap (17). The driving range was a little strange for a new person. You had to walk along a dirt trail next to a chain link fence to get to it. For a new person, I felt like was really far away from the starting hole and then felt rushed. They had really nice soft mats at the driving range which I like a lot. I went on a groupon, but I didn’t read the small print close enough and my groupon was not really a deal. The guy at the pro shop must have felt sorry for me and gave me complimentar drink tickets and a bucket of balls for my golf friend and I, although they might have been part of the groupon deal. Everyone I met at the course was friendly, easy to talk to and helpful. I got paired up with a local who loved to give his opinion of each hole at the tee box. He was a real nice guy who was a pleasure to play with. I gave it a 4 out of 5 because of the odd access to the driving range.
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Brad Child
4 months ago
9/1/16 TERRIBLE Course conditions. Any other MCG course has to be a better option. I think they forgot what maintenance was. Greens are the like putting on shag carpet and if you find a good patch of grass in the fairway you are one of the lucky ones. The best part is with the lack of sand and the abundance of rocks in the bunkers, you get to ruin your clubs as extra punishment. 2 stars only because twilight pricing is affordable. Golf anywhere else.
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Bob B
3 months ago
Sort of cheap but in poor shape. Greens are diseased and/or with crab grass. Fairways, greens very hard, can't stick a ball. Amazing roll if you're lucky though.
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sean peenstra
a month ago
I wouldn't take a deuce here....what a joke of a course..too many blind shots creates slow play... pick another muni in the county
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Kambiz Shoai
a year ago
Not sure what I was expecting but for the price of the booking, I was expecting a halfway playable course. The tee boxes were hard as rock, and mostly dirt, could barely get my tees in the ground. Also this isn't so much the course's fault but there had to be over a hundred broken tees in the tee boxes. Fairways were patchy and had a big weed issue. The greens were bumpy, amazingly slow, and ridden with divots. Yeah it's a municipal course but it's pretty obvious it lacks regular maintenance. Also, there is a HUGE goose problem. They'd huddle in the fairways, tee boxes and greens, I was more concerned about killing one off the tee than where my shot was going to go. And of course with that many geese, there are droppings EVERYWHERE. The only real positive element to this course, to my surprise, was that the bunkers were in great shape. I've played significantly better courses for half the money. Keep your wallet shut and move along.
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