Jagged Wrath Golf Club (2020 CC Contest) Jun 30, 2020 23:52:05 GMT -5 DoubtfulObelisk, b101, and 2 more like this
Post by OldSouled on Jun 30, 2020 23:52:05 GMT -5
Please play JAGGED WRATH GOLF CLUB instead of Jagged Wrath. Unfortunately the course was originally published with an incorrect par on hole 17.
Jagged Wrath Golf Club is a mature golf course set on a rustic island with predominantly rocky, coastal terrain. The course gets its name from the many jagged areas of terrain throughout the area.
Just over a dozen homes are on the island. The residents are outnumbered by diehard golfers that travel by plane to experience the coastal golf offered at Jagged Wrath Golf Club. The airport is literally a golf cart ride away from the clubhouse. Wide fairways and undulating hills are seen abundantly throughout the course. Still some tight areas will require careful placement specifically when the wind is blowing hard off the coast. Some short par 4's may tempt you, and some long par 4's may frustrate you. The par 5's could be feast or famine as well, even more so depending on the wind. The par 3's are mostly medium length with 14 being the showcase hole. While both the front and back nine view the coast, the back nine does feature more signature coastline holes.
While a considerable amount of the island is rocky and jagged, there are also a few smooth beaches that allow residents and visitors an opportunity to enjoy a relaxing day off. In some of those areas, beautiful tall grass and flowery dunes separate beach and golf. Some ponds will be seen throughout the course, mostly on the front 9. Also be aware of OB throughout the course, but most OB is placed simply for the protection of the golfer.
"At Jagged Wrath Golf Club, the land and golf are aged, yet raw."
Please note that this is a highlands course and the game will default the fairways to soft. The fairways should be played at firm. The greens are set at 175 for cc purposes, but they play really well at 187. For the most part the pins go from 1 (tame) to 4 (harsh) but overall they are on the easier side as it is geared towards CC play. I probably could have made them tougher in some instances. I recommend playing the course in high winds in order to feel the full effect of the coast. Northwest winds are the most fun in my opinion (but be careful with the drive on 5 with this wind).
Recommendations for the tees:
Black - Pro tours or anyone that loves a challenge (master clubs)
White - CC pro or amateur (master or pro clubs)
Blue - CC amateur or beginners (pro or beginner clubs)
Gold - Beginners (beginner clubs)