Nutter's Crossing Golf Course
30287 Southampton Bridge Road
Submitted: Tuesday, April 1, 2008 - 07:40
Nutter's is my home course so to speak. Decent Driving Range, but its down the street from the Clubhouse/Course. I usually stop on the way in to warm up. Machine takes dollars or tokens (which you have to get at the proshop). It has a chipping green, and bunker as well. The yardage is not exact, but lots of room to bang away. Clubhouse is pretty standard, bath room is a bathroom, small lockers, no seats, I believe there is a shower, but I wouldn't use it. Now to the golf, rates are cheap, 18 holes par 70 layout. Water comes into play on about half of the holes. The front side is pretty wide open, the back gets a little tighter. Lots of birdies available on this course. Play from the blue tees, the whites are just too short. It features some challenging par 3 holes, the easiest of which is the 5th, and strangely enough it seems to be the one I never birdie. The hardest hole is the Par 5 4th, which plays into the wind, and is bit long with some strategically placed old trees. Otherwise the frontside is a bomb and gouger paradise. There are a lot of risk/reward holes. The greens have some strange breaks, locals call it the Nutters breaks, because there is no way to understand why a ball does what it does. A great track for the $$ and can certainly make you feel good about your game.