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100 Commonwealth Dr
Youngsville, NC  27596-2008
United States
P: (919) 554-4690
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Olde Liberty Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,200 yards

Olde Liberty Golf Course

The 18-hole "Olde Liberty" course at the Olde Liberty Golf Club facility in Youngsville, North Carolina features 7,200 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Designed by Mike Gleason, ASGCA/Joel Moulin, the Olde Liberty golf course opened in 2008. Fred Smith Company manages this facility, with Daniel Davis as the General Manager.


Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed April 24, 2016

Had a great day on the course. Tee boxes were in good shape and kept clean. Fairways had some opportunity for improvement but you can tell this is a work in progress. Greens were also in pretty good shape. This course is played out very nicely. Make sure you bring all your clubs.

Reviewed August 31, 2013

This is bar non the biggest waste of money. The course is all dirt and is unplayable from most fairways . Weeds and barren areas of clay take over this course. They charge $40.00 for this disaster on the weekend. The pace of play is easily a 5 1/2 hour round on weekend morning. I played this morning and the staff member in the pro shop was downright rude and nasty. They lie when they tell you this course has improved. What an embarrassment! One can only imagine how management can look the public in the face.

Reviewed August 13, 2012

Olde Liberty is now under new ownership. The greens have been converted to Championship Bermuda greens and are in excellent shape. The fairways have been greatly improved and the overall condition of the course is very good

Reviewed September 02, 2011

Only a couple years old, we've already come to the last few days in the life of Olde Liberty. Or so it seems. The course has apparently given up. Colored-stock score cards have been replaced with black and white photocopies. The grounds -- always a mess as they've been trying unsuccessfully to grow grass -- are simply a disaster. They've lost a few of the greens; all of the greens have crabgrass throughout.

It's a shame. Olde Liberty is laid out very nicely. It has championship tees and is a challenging but fair course ... when it's in reasonable shape. But the course is always empty and they can't be making any money -- so they've cut back on everything.

They really need to close shop. It's worth $25 I suppose if you want to get out and swing your clubs for 18 holes in under 3 hours, but for serious golf you're just wasting your time.

Reviewed April 17, 2010

Played it this morning and not worth what I paid. At all. This course in 2 years or so is going to be a beautiful course if they can get it to grow in. The layout is awesome. The fairways are horrible with grass clumps everywhere and it is hard as a rock. The rough is nothing but hard clay with patches of grass. The greens roll pretty nice but are super hard. You have to hit the front of the green to get to a pin in the middle. The sand in the bunkers are really nice for this area so that is a plus. I just don't understand why they charge so much for a course that is in such bad shape. Either way the course is GOING to be nice, but it certainly has a long way to go.

Reviewed April 13, 2009

Don't let the only review on here fool you. This course is about 2 years from growing in. I like to check out courses if I can before I play them. I'm glad I did. This course is relatively new, so it hasn't grown in yet. It might be nice when it finally does, but I would have been upset if I had scheduled a tee time to play here thinking it was a good course based on the amount they are charging. It is not worth the money seeing as it is the same price as other course which have been around a lot longer. At most, this should be a $25 course until it grows in. You will be lucky to have a lie with grass anywhere, and if it has rained recently, good luck. I only write this review to inform. Don't waste your money on this course, it's not ready yet and I think it's ridiculous that they are charging this much for this course in it's current condition.

Reviewed July 15, 2008

When the grass grows in this is going to be a beautiful course. They are working out of a temporary clubhouse hence the low score for amenities; but this is an extremely difficult course that will challenge you. I normally play from the blue tees and on this course I really should have been on the white tees. A good value for the money!


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Kevin M. N/A 65 65 07/18/08
2 Robert W. 19 85 66 08/18/09
3 Chaz H. N/A 68 68 10/06/12
4 Patrick Y. 36 105 69 07/12/09
5 Joseph J. 12 88 76 07/25/08
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Golf Course Information

About Olde Liberty

Olde Liberty Golf Club

Community facility

Managed by Fred Smith Company

50 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Olde Liberty

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Tournaments of Olde Liberty

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Course Staff

Daniel Davis, General Manager
Derek Andersen, PGA, Golf Professional
Mark Bitzenhofer, Superintendent
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