Raleigh Golf Association (RGA) has 27 holes of golf, 18 holes are public and 9 holes are private (open to Stockholders, Members on designated days & times, designated golf leagues, and tournaments). These 27 holes provide unique challenges for all level of golfer experience. RGA is “walker-friendly”, with minimal distances from green-to-tee.
From the blue tees, the public 18 measures 6088 yds. and has a course rating of 68.8 and a slope of 123. See the chart below for measurements and ratings for the other tee boxes.
Front Nine – Front Nine Score Card
The public 18 starts off with a straight away par four, missing the green and long putts make hole #1 challenging. Hole #2 is a par 4 with a slight dog leg to the right and a significant elevation change in the middle of the fairway, which often leads to an up hill 2nd shot to a green bunkered on the right side. Hole #3 is a par 3 birdie opportunity, unless you end up on the wrong side of a severely tiered green. Hole #4 is a straight par 5 with definite birdie possibilities, if you can keep the ball out of the trees along the left hand side. Hole #5 is a par 4 dog leg left with definite tree problems if your tee shot is short or left of the fairway. Hole #6 is a reachable (in two) par 5, providing you navigate the tall tree between you and the optimal tee shot landing area…don’t go over the green. Hole #7 is a long par 3 with bunkers on the right side and bushes to the left of the green, be happy with a par here. Hole # 8 is a par 4 dog leg right, don’t try to cut the corner too much or you’ll end up with tree trouble. Hole #9 is a par 4 where a good drive can get you close to (or even on) the green. Total yardage from blue tees is 2967, from the white tees it is 2710, from the red tees it is 2212.
Back Nine – Back Nine Score Card
Hole #10 is a short par 4, but has a tapering fairway with tree trouble running down the right side and a severely sloping green. Hole #11 is a dog leg right with a narrow open slot off the tee and tree trouble waiting for those pushing the ball to far right. Hole # 12 is a definite par 3 birdie opportunity. Hole #13 is a long, uphill par 4 requiring two very good shots to have any chance at par or better. Hole #14 is a par 5 with a very narrow optimal tee shot landing area (tree trouble on right and a severely slanting fairway towards the road), that will reward a good 1st and 2nd shot. Hole #15 is a downhill par 3 over water, guarded by sand to the right and a severely tiered green. Hole #16 is a par 5 that rewards a well placed tee shot which allows for a slotted (between the trees) 2nd shot up the hill towards the green for a look at birdie. Hole #17 is a par 4 with definite tee shot tree trouble on the right side and a downhill (or downhill lie) second shot to the green. Hole # 18 is a par 4, up hill all the way that plays longer than it looks and has a 3 tiered green waiting for you at the top.Total yardage from blue tees is 3121, from the white tees it is 2835, from the red tees it is 2295.
|PUBLIC 18: RATING/SLOPE – YARDAGE|
|Blue tees||68.8/123 – 6088|
|White tees||67.1/113 – 5545|
|Gold tees||63.4/103 – 4780|
|Red tees||66.6/109 – 4507|
2022 Spring Rates
Golf Shop Hours – 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Effective – March 13th, 2022
|18-Holes: Saturday, Sunday & Holidays||$44.00||$31.00|
|9-Holes: Saturday, Sunday & Holidays||$32.00||$25.00|
|Twilight: Monday-Thursday (After 3:30 pm)||$29.00||$21.00|
|Twilight: Friday (After 3:30 pm)||$30.00||$22.00|
|Twilight: Saturday, Sunday & Holidays (After 3:30 pm)||$32.00||$25.00|