CommonGround Golf Course is committed to the development of new and experienced players. With a world-class practice facility, players of any ability will have the opportunity to hone their skills at CommonGround.
Growing the game of golf through children is of the utmost importance to everyone involved with CommonGround. Our 9-hole par-3 course is called the Short Course. CommonGround’s hope is that by providing the Short Course for kids, a new generation of golfers will not only learn the game of golf, but they will also learn valuable life skills such as honesty, integrity, and sportsmanship that will help them in all areas of their lives.
|Hole #1||72 yds|
|Hole #2||120 yds|
|Hole #3||76 yds|
|Hole #4||120 yds|
|Hole #5||142 yds|
|Hole #6||126 yds|
|Hole #7||113 yds|
|Hole #8||101 yds|
|Total Yardage||997 yds|
The Short Course is the perfect place for any golfer. The holes range anywhere from 72 yards to 142 yards, while still showings signs of a Tom Doak design. Kids love being able to come out and enjoy our short course while learning the game of golf. Likewise, adults can enjoy the par 3 whether they are new to golf and just getting comfortable with the game, or they are an avid golfer who is looking to practice their short game and enjoy a leisurely afternoon of practice. The Short Course truly encompasses our vision for CommonGround to be "a place for all and all the game teaches."
Community Putting Green
Officially open and ready for play! The Community Putting Green is to be solely used for putting.
Over 350 yards long, the double-ended driving range provides the ideal area to practice any facet of the long game. The front end of the driving range accommodates over 50 players at a time, while the back end of the range is reserved for instructional and programming purposes. With wall to wall grass, players never have to worry about practicing off of mats at CommonGround.
Short Game Area
The short game practice facility consists of a large putting green and a separate green devoted strictly to chipping, pitching, and bunker play. Conveniently located near the first tee, players should never have an excuse for being late to the tee!