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2251 US Highway 64 E
Mocksville, NC  27028-7417
United States
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Davie Hickory Hill Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,537 yards | 116 slope

69.9 rating | Bermuda grass

Davie Hickory Hill Golf Course

The 18-hole "Davie Hickory Hill" course at the Lake Louise Golf Club facility in Mocksville, North Carolina features 6,537 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 69.9 and it has a slope rating of 116 on Bermuda grass. Davie Hickory Hill golf course opened in 1970. Julius Suiter manages the course as the General Manager.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed February 18, 2012

Course was well groomed. A couple of holes, were hard to follow hole to hole. Beautiful layout.

Reviewed November 15, 2010

I've lived in Davie County for 4 years now and I proudly call Lake Louise my home course. It has undergone some dramatic improvements over the last 4 years. From getting new staff in the Pro Shop to drastic changes to the course. My only complaint is the lack of yardage markers on the course. There are some very picturesque holes on this course and some very challenging holes as well. The grill has great hot dogs and burgers. Never had a bad day at Lake Louise!

Reviewed June 07, 2010

This golf course has really made some changes in the past year! They have started with a new staff inside the pro shop and got rid of the past pro and one of the assistants. The older gentlemen that was previously there is now gone, no complaints about that. They have a new young pro there I think his name is Lee Renegar, he is a very nice guy more courses need a guy like him in their shop. Prices are just about as good as anyone around, personally I think there great for the golf course your getting. The maintenance crew is doing a wonderful job of keeping the place up! If you haven't been there in a while or had a bad experience go back, the place is great now! You will be suprised at how much it has changed.

Reviewed June 27, 2008

Greengoddess, I couldn't agree more! I just moved into the area, so I called this course to ask about pricing and how much it would be to have my 8 year old son play a long a shot or two each hole. The man on the phone answered "It won't cost a thing to have him play with you." When I arrived, the rude man who runs the shop told me differently and rudely insisted on charging me for my son even though a staff member who answered the phone promised otherwise. He arrogantly said, "I am in charge around here, and either your kid is playing or not." We had driven some distance to get there so walking away from playing wasn't an option, plus my son was excited about playing. I calmly told the guy "You probably need to train your staff better, and I now know where not to come and play golf in the Lexington area." He said,"Whatever" Wow, I couldn't believe this guy's arrogance and rudeness! A few days later, I found out who the owner was, called him, and explained my experience. At first, he was polite and willing to check the situation out. In the end, after finding out I was telling him the real story, all he said was, "The next time you come out, make sure your son doesn't slow play down like we have been having problems with other kids." He wasn't referring to my son, but I was astounded that was all he had to say. No "I am sorry you had that experience." No "next time you come, have a bucket of balls to warm up with on me." Nothing. I replied, "Well honestly, with the way I was treated, I doubt I'll be back at your course." Now get this, he hangs up on me. The manager hangs up on me, what a looser! I was not rude or unreasonable whatsoever! "What in world just happened? I thought as I got off the phone. This guy and his staff has some serious issues. Get some counseling, or take a leadership or management course.

If I were you, I would stay as far away from this course as possible, don't waste your money or time. These people obviously could care less about the true character, friendliness, and politeness that is so intrinsic to the sport and golf culture. There are obviously more interested in making a buck.

Reviewed May 11, 2008

I decided to give this course another try. While the condition of the fairways and greens has improved tremendously under the new management, unfortunately, the same rude and incompetent man runs the pro shop. Someone should explain to this man that women do not enjoy being asked repeatedly if they qualify for senior rates. If I say no, please don't express your surprise. I really don't care how old you think I am. Despite the improved conditions and the nice scenery, I doubt I will return as long as this man is employed there. Why start off an enjoyable round of golf by dealing with this poor service? If this course hopes to compete with numerous comparable courses in the area, customer service must become a priority. Please, lose the rude man!

Reviewed April 25, 2008

Nice little course with an interesting layout. Very pretty layout with some challenging shot selections. Definite risk reward holes especially the par 5's. Ninth hole (par 3) was a real beast at over 220 yards up a hill. The older greens were slower than other courses I've played in the area and although they really held the ball, on chips they just stopped dead. However it looks like they're putting several new greens into play and already have rebuilt a few. The new greens that were in play were beautiful with nice slopes and an excellent roll. I'll look forward to when the rest of the greens are opened (several were in various stages of rebuild). The fairways were a bit dry and bare in some spots and could use some seeding and water but probably the drought last year didnt help. Staff were personable and friendly and even the guys running the mowers were courteous on the course. The only negative is that this was the first time I've played this course and found the lack of a course map or layout on the card tough to determine appropriate angles of attack. On several occasions I had to do some scouting to find the fairway from the tee box and almost hit to the wrong green for lack of a map/layout. The course could use some better yardage markers and it needs to be reconfirmed in several places as I had a problem determining yardage even in the middle of the fairways. The cement block yard markers were tough to find and I'm not sure that they were entirely accurate on at least several holes. However all in all it was a very nice course and a definite play when you're ready to pull out a driver and let it rip. Also the best part was on a beautiful Friday afternoon there were only a few other players out there and I never had to wait on a shot. I'm definitely playing this one again.

Reviewed November 07, 2007

2 new holes after recent renovation (3 and 4). Replaced the same holes on the old design. Both are nice. Food at pro shop is quite pricey. Hope the new management will turn out to be more friendly than the old staff.

Reviewed July 24, 2007


Reviewed June 10, 2007

Great place to play

They have made a 180 degree turn around from last year this time. Congratulations to the owners and staff. We had a great tournament there this weekend, and I couldn't be more pleased. While my skills were lacking, the course wasn't. On behalf of Habitat for Humanity of Davie County, thank you.

Reviewed April 30, 2007

Poor Customer Service

My experience with this course was not a good one. The fairways you can see from the clubhouse are in great shape. Once you get into the course it turns to poor conditions with a lot of dirt where grass should be. The worst thing about the course though is the staff in the pro shop. My party was treated in a completely unacceptable manner. This was the first lashing out I'd received, but I had witnessed it once before. I will not return to this course and would urge others to reconsider also.

Reviewed April 05, 2007

Hickory Hill to Lake Louise

Recent upgrades have brought this course around. Now, it is returning back to its glory days as the area's playground with new ownership. The money invested into moving the shaded, short par-3 green and making the surface puttable again was nice. Also, the addition of another hole and the placement of new homes around the Lake Louise itself have made people in the area take notice of its quiet charm. Perhaps it will resurge again and have a new generation of families and young professionals move into and around its modest facilities.


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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Paul M. 26 89 63 04/30/09
2 Kent P. 21 87 66 10/11/09
3 gene G. 18 84 66 07/28/08
4 Luc B. 8 77 69 11/10/07
5 David W. 29 100 71 06/02/13
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About Lake Louise, Davie Hickory Hill

Lake Louise Golf Club

Golf Only facility

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Julius Suiter, General Manager
Danny Smith, Superintendent
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