Olde Scarpacci

Designer: Antonio Scarpacci

Tournaments Hosted

Year Event Tour Winner
No hosted tournaments for this course.

Other Courses by Antonio Scarpacci

Course Name Theme Par
TPC Scarpacci West Desert 72
Scarpacci Vineyard Black Countryside 72
TPC Scarpacci West Desert 72
Scarpacci Vineyard Blue Countryside 72
The Scarpacci Narrows Autumn 72
Scarpacci's Pipeit View Countryside 72
Scarpacci National Golf Club Autumn 72
Scarpacci Vineyard (White) Countryside 73
Scarpacci Island Tropical 72
Scarpacci Strand Delta 72
Scarpacci Acres Harvest 72
Thompson Island Golf Club Highlands 72
Scarpacci Bluff (Tour) Highlands 71
Scarpacci Hollow (Tour) Rustic 72
Spectacle Island Links (Tour) Highlands 72
Scarpacci Hills Restoration Boreal 72
Scarpacci Vineyard Restoration Countryside 72
New Monte Cervino Swiss 72
Bicho de Sete Cabeças Delta 71
Paragon Park Golf Club Rustic 72
Monte Cervino Alpine 72
Scarpacci Wowie Delta 71
The Berkshires Harvest 72
MacDougall Links Highlands 72
Weymouth Landing Countryside 73
Valle de los Reyes (Garcia) TST Delta 72
Faxon Park Countryside 72
Castlebay Links on Barra (TE) Highlands 71
The Club at Greenleaf Rustic 71
Smugglers Notch Golf Club Harvest 72
Hellenic Republic Golf Links Delta 71

Member Reviews:

This one had me flustered for most of the round, despite a nice final number of -8. The open nature of the course, combined with connected fairways between holes, gave this course a unique look, and didn't provide the clear path from tee to green that most courses use. The land is constantly rolling, resulting in lots of sidehill lies, and large undulations on the greens. The wide fairways and med to soft greens keep this one extremely playable, but it's the undulations on the greens that really make you work.

Visually I thought it had a nice realistic Links touch to it, although the planting was kept to a minimum. I kind of envision the Links courses in Oregon looking a little something like this. If I were to make an improvement, though, I would say that some more planting or heavy rough is necessary to cover some of the rocky bare rough in Highlands, which I don't really like the look of.
Reviewed by: Craig LeVasseur on 3/14/2016