It's understandable if you love the game of golf Millions, if not tens of millions do. It's a chance to spend time outdoors enjoying fresh air, sunshine, and hopefully some good company. This was my first visit to this course and I must admit that it exceeded my expectations. The design and layout of every hole was fair but challenging. The staff makes you feel as if you are a member. The ladies in bar were very accommodating and the view of 18 sitting in the bar is amazing. I read somewhere before I played here that this was one of the best kept secrets in the pines area, I now agree with that statement totally. You must put this on your play list for anytime throughout the year. My group will surely be returning soon.
Seven Lakes is a public, championship golf facility featuring 27 beautifully manicured holes designed by W. Bruce Matthews III. Seven Lakes Championship Golf has the objective to provide a unique experience for each golfer each time they play. The 27-hole course offers two separate golf courses, each distinct in their design, approach, and challenges.
$45 for breakfast buffet, lunch off the menu, range balls and a round of golf. Best deal I found all summer. We visit once a year and the course is under new management. Clubhouse staff at check in were great. Restaurant for lunch not so much. Food was good but the waitress never came back. Only saw her when she dropped the food off (order was screwed up). It's too bad because the money saved from the meal would have been an $8 tip from myself alone. Tee to green course was in great shape. Greens did have light sand on them but it didn't effect putting what so ever. Bunkers had soft sand and were raked.
I have never spent that much time waiting on a golf course! At first we thought it was just the group in front of us. After 8 agonizing holes we finally decided to skip a hole to get around what we thought was two groups in front of us. Nope! It was backed up at the way to 18! We just golfed the first 9 again and had a great time.
I've been to Seven Lakes a few times now, most recently the other weekend for a very large birthday party during Sunday brunch buffet. The dining area itself is big, and they give you a great spread for the buffet, with my personal favorite being the eggs benedict. They also had the usual breakfast foods – eggs, sausage, bacon, biscuits and gravy – and lunch foods – chicken, mashed potatoes, corn, stuffing – and a salad bar and desserts.