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Play Faster with The Top 100 Fastest GolfNow Courses

June is Pace of Play month on Golf Channel – a time when golfers and club operators alike are encouraged to look at what they can do to help address one of the biggest issues plaguing the game – slow play.

It just so happens that you – GolfNow golfers – have submitted nearly 90,000 reviews ranking courses across the nation on Pace of Play!

So, we delved into those tens of thousands of great reviews to determine the Top 100 Fastest golf courses to play – according to golfers just like you. Throughout the month of June we’ll countdown to the Top 5 Fastest Courses, sprinkling in some easy tips to speed up your pace of play along the way.

This week, we’re looking at courses No. 76 – No. 100:

Pine Brook Country Club is well-respected for its beautiful setting and meticulously manicured appearance, as well as its quick pace of play. Photo by Pine Brook CC

76) Pine Brook Country Club (Winston Salem, NC)
Nestled in a beautiful rural setting, Pine Brook is located just 10 minutes from the heart of downtown Winston-Salem, and offers all the amenities you’d expect at a private club.

“We had a great outing – we ended up playing an additional nine holes (27 altogether), and finished in just over 4 hours (no we were not rushing at all),” said one GolfNow golfer. “We had such a marvelous, value-packed round, that we can’t wait to go back.”

Crane Lakes Golf & Country Club offers a stern – but quick – test to golfers. Photo by Crane Lakes

77) Crane Lakes Golf & Country Club (Port Orange, FL)
At Crane Lakes, golf isn’t just a game – it’s a way of life. Located near beautiful Daytona Beach, this semi-private 18-hole course offers a challenge for golfers of every skill level.

“Crane Lakes is very popular, but the pace of play is reasonable at three-and-a-half to four hours,” said one GolfNow golfer.

78) Sapona Ridge Country Club (Lexington, KY)
79) Cotton Creek Golf Club (Mounds, OK)
80) Legendary Oaks Golf Course (Hempstead, TX)
81) Killian Greens Golf Club (Miami, FL)
82) The Golf Club at Sanctuary Cove (Waverly, GA)
83) Bowling Green Golf Club (Oak Ridge, NJ)
84) St. Petersburg Country Club (Saint Petersburg, FL)
85) Saddlebrook – Saddlebrook Course (Wesley Chapel, FL)
86) Ashwood Golf Club (Apple Valley, CA)
87) Quail Village Golf Course (Naples, FL)
88) Marcus Pointe Golf Club (Pensacola, FL)
89) Twin Rivers Golf Course (Fall City, WA)
90) Marine Memorial Golf Course (Camp Pendleton, CA)
91) Fairways Country Club (Orlando, FL)
92) Prince George Country Course (Disputanta, VA)
93) Keys Gate Golf Club (Homestead, FL)
94) Springwood Golf Club (York, PA)
95) Elk Ridge Golf Course at Carson Hot Springs (Carson, WA)
96) Monterey Pines (Monterey, CA)
97) Palm Valley Golf Course (Las Vegas, CA)
98) Daytona Beach Golf Club (Daytona Beach, FL)
99) Forest Oaks Golf Club (Lake Worth, FL)
100) Grand Oaks Golf Club (Grand Prairie, TX)

To see more of GolfNow’s top-rated courses as ranked by everyday golfers, visit our Top Rated page.

-The Daily Tee

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