Today’s course for the TGCTours World Cup of Design is Overbrook Valley and what a great looking course this is. With a city in the back ground, beautiful waste bunkers, fairways that really pop against their brown rough and well planted surroundings. This is a must see or play course.
Course: Overbrook Valley
Welcome to Overbrook Valley, my entry into the World Cup of Design contest in Group F. This course features tight, intertwining routing that includes split fairways, split greens and plenty of weaving waste area. I wanted to challenge myself to create a unique look in the harvest theme so I went with a softer, more dormant fall look. Inspiration for the course came from Pine Valley in New Jersey and Old Tobacco Road in North Carolina, so it is definitely meant to feel like an exclusive east coast club.
In addition to a first class practice facility the members also added a Himalayas style putting course that sits behind the 18th green, meant as a separate 9-hole challenge itself or can even be used in a putting playoff to settle a match.
Conditions are meant to be default as Firm, Firm and 179 green speeds. However there is the Harvest bug that causes the auto-normal display on the load up screen for fairways, so consider that when setting conditions.
Excited to see how I fair in my first WCoD, this has been a fun way to push myself with the pressure of a contest. Here are some peaks at the course before your round:
Oh by the way, there is only one bridge… sorry to disappoint.
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