Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is Cuscowilla a public course?
A: Cuscowilla is a resort course that is open to the public Tuesday through Thursday.
Q: How far in advance can I schedule a tee time?
A: The general public can schedule up to 2 weeks ahead of time, resort guests 1 year and club members have 2 months (although situations may vary).
Q: What does your greens fee include?
A: Greens fee, cart fee, caddie fee, practice facility, and tax
Q: How long is the course?
A: Back tees-6730 yards; Middle tees- 6288 yards; Forward tees- 5238 yards
Q: What kind of grass is on the course?
A: Our course has Bermuda on the fairways and tees. Bentgrass on the greens.
Q: How long does it take to play the course?
A: Cuscowilla strives to maintain a 4 hour and 20 minute pace of play to ensure enjoyment of all players.
Q: Who designed the course?
A: Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw; the course opened in 1997
Q: Do you have a walking policy?
A: Walking is permitted at anytime and enjoyed by many of our members and guests.
Q: Can my children play with me at Cuscowilla?
Q: What is your dress code?
A: Proper golf attire is required. Denim is not permitted on the course.
Q: Can I use the practice facility if I do not have a tee time that day?
A: Yes. You may use the driving range anytime between 7am and 7pm if you are staying at the resort.
Q: Are caddies required?
A: Yes. Caddies are required for Cuscowilla guests. Forecaddies and walking caddies are available upon request.
Q: Do you offer replay rounds?
A: Yes. Replay rounds are offered on space availability.
Q: Can I host a golf tournament at Cuscowilla?
A: Cuscowilla does host tournaments based on course availability. Contact our Director of Golf, Jarrod Clark, to schedule.
Q: Can I take golf lessons at Cuscowilla? When and for how much?
A: Golf lessons may be taken anytime based upon the availability of our four golf professionals. The cost is $80 per hour for a member and $125 per hour for a non-member.