“Fox Creek is an executive course so it's a good place to go if you husband is a golfer and you are just starting out.”
Fox Creek Golf & Driving Range. A fine executive course with sufficient challenges. The new management give we seniors a feeling of being wanted (which rarely existed in the past) and always willing to work with our group(s).
Putt like a pro!. If you want to put like a pro, try the Fox Creek greens, Theses greens are some of the best in the state, fast and roll true. If you miss the putt it was you that missed! I try to play this course at least once a week, it's keeps my short game sharp. I think the best thing about this course is it makes you think before every shot. If you hit to the wrong side of the pin you are looking at a three putt for sure. I have been playing this course for two years now and I can say it helped me take 7 strokes off my game. The staff is great and you won't be dissapointed playing there!
Continues to be a great place to play!.
I first played at Fox Creek years back when EWGA was getting started in Atlanta but hd not been back in a while because I moved to another part of town. I played there this Saturday AM, and was not disappointed!
The course is in great shape, as are the greens considering our lack of rain in ATL. The range looked great and the staff as always was very accomodating.
I'll be back, and whish I hadn't waited so long this time!
Par in Marietta!
Great Golf - Perfect Price.
Bottom line is I need short game skills. Fox Creek offers the perfect balance of short game, time of play, convenience, and value for me to shave a few strokes off my score, while helping me get some course management skills, without the boredome of the practice range.
Greens are playing about as good as any course you can find. The course needs to be a definite routine for anyone wanting to improve their golf game!!
Much Improved and Worth Your Time.
These facilities are under new management and it shows. Al Morrison and his band of merry minions are all about customer service and are eager to accommodate golfers. There was a time when I avoided this course but not anymore.
Money is being put into both courses and facilities. It'll take some time to garner perfection but they are headed in the right direction.
There are a couple of issues with drainage but they're being addressed. Other than that, the staff and facilities are well worth the time and money.
I've played several tournaments at both facilities and the staff is involved and helpful. These two courses are rapidly becoming a nice little gem for the city of Smyrna.
Avoid These Facilities!!. These facilities are poorly managed and poorly maintained. They put absolutley no money into providing a quality product and services. The staff are underinformed and cannot answer simple questions. It is plain to see they operate on a shoestring budget as every facet is extremely mediocre at best. The range balls are always worn out without dimples or when they do buy new balls they are the absolute cheapest golf ball on market and no 2 balls fly the same and with much less distance than quality range balls. The range tee is always hit off and there is never any new turf. they move the range tee about 4 inches each day so you are constantly hitting off dirt and rocks. The golf courses are equally poorly maintained. Splintered rakes and flagsticks will give you fiberglass splinters. Course is always muddy with poor drainage and litter everywhere. Pro shops have no food or merchandise. I used to play here when these courses were properly run, then they changed management about 11 years ago. Now these facilities are run into the ground and are a disgrace!!! Don't waste your money!! For nearest alternatives-go to Marietta Golf Center for range practice or Marietta City Club for playing. You'll be glad you did!
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