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11446 Rogues Rd
Midland, VA  22728-2240
United States

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Kastle Greens Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,756 yards | 132 slope

73.8 rating | Bent grass

Kastle Greens Golf Course

The 18-hole "Kastle Greens" course at the Kastle Greens Golf Club facility in Midland, Virginia features 6,756 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.8 and it has a slope rating of 132 on Bent grass. Designed by Gary Cordova, the Kastle Greens golf course opened in 1998. Cindee Cordova manages the course as the General Manager.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed July 19, 2010

Course would be beautiful if it was properly maintained.

Reviewed September 18, 2009

I completely agree with with previous post. That lady does need to learn a thing or two about customer service. She always seems like she has something better to do than help you. Even when you're just checking in she just acts cold and unfriendly. I'm a member here and this will be my last year solely because I hate having to deal with her.

Reviewed September 18, 2009

When I played, the maintenance was horrible. The fairways were not mowed and it was hard to find your ball even if it was right in the center of the fairway. The general manager of this golf course who's name is Cindy has a lot to learn about customer service. She makes you feel very unwelcome and she comes across as very unfriendly.

Reviewed September 22, 2008

I played here yesterday, Sept 21st, and although I will agree with many statements in the above reviews, it was a very slow day. There weren't that many players considering it was Sunday, the problem was just inconsiderate players. There was a fivesome in front of us that included a 13 year old that couldn't hit a ball more than 50 yds at a wack. The marshall had broke them up several times, but once out of eye shot, they would regroup. One player was constantly talking on his cell phone while the group was on the green waiting to putt and he still needed to hit up. He was probably receiving his orders from his wife and getting his grocery list to boot. The foursome in front of them were getting their monies worth also. Army golf, left right left. We T'd off at 10:00 and finished 4:00. The course was in great shape, the greens were running true. Be aware, they don't break as much as you think. The weather was great which somewhat made up for the lack of course rules enforcement.

Reviewed August 09, 2008

I always play this course from the back tees and walk it, both of which I recommend. It is easy to pull a wide-based pullcart down two narrow, paved tracks beside each fairway, and the greens are a reasonable walk to the next tee. This is a player's course, a real sleeper, in the middle of nowhere and overlooked by most Virginia golfers. Traffic is light. Except for the missing ocean and the presence of trees it reminds me of a Scottish links, with the architecture much superior to the upkeep and condition. Long rough, great variety, and some very odd but interesting holes.
A couple of the water holes are just spectacular. Don't bring your high-handicap foursome here in a cart, they'll just waste time looking for golf balls and complaining. When you've got your A game and have a weekday free, bring a competitive buddy out here and tee it up from the blues. If the wind is blowing you'll think you're at Turnberry.

Reviewed February 24, 2008

Nice clubhouse and bar, remote location = low crowds
Course is gargatuan and walking it will be a test
Course is open Irish links first 10 then gets a little VA type action on last 8. Difficult course.
Hole Markers, tee zones, and hole directions could be a little better, card does not have entire layout to see how to move to next hole, got out of sequence twice back 9. Played it on wet mid winter weekend a littly sloppy, should be in great shape for April play. Pd $26 to walk mid winter off peak, value OK for length of course.

Reviewed February 05, 2008

Here are the pros and cons of thise course :


- Hard to find.
- Tee boxes are not in the best shape.
- Terrible drainage after a big rain storm.
- Some of the fairways need alittle help.


- A secret course no one knows about, you can call them on Friday afternoon at 5 PM and get a tee time at 10 AM on Friday.
- Greens are in GREAT shape.
- Very fun course, 9 is really fun.
- Course is next to a small airport and on the weekends WWII planes fly over the course all day.
- Offer a senior citizen discount.
- They offer a punch card if you play 5 times in a year you get the 6th free, so you will average 40 dollars a round on the weekend.

I do play here quite often, so it is a fun course to bring friends to and just enjoy the day. It is so quiet here you can actually hear cows moo ( seriously )

Reviewed October 03, 2007

Reviewed May 20, 2007

A great challenge

This is a very difficult course (72.2/132 from the WHITE tees!), but well worth the trip. Course is always in great shape (I played it once in July and once in January, and couldn't tell the difference other than the cold). You'll use all your clubs here, and probably wish you had more. Previous reviewer makes a good point - I played with a female friend who is actually pretty decent for a relative beginner, and had no chance with the forced carry. Otherwise, no complaints.

Reviewed March 24, 2007

Not quite open for business

My wife and I played this course on March 23, 07 and our feeling was that the course was not quite open for business as the tees were not placed at score card distances nor were they mowed. Most holes played short from the white tees. Also the typical things like bathrooms and waste recipicals were not available. However, the course was in good shape and the greens were mowed and well maintained. There are several holes that require shot placement and thought on the part of the golfer that make them real challenges. My wife did find the #10 hole--a 170-yard drive over water--to be a little too much carry for most women her age. Otherwise, an nice links-type course and well worth playing.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Yvonne S. 36 56 20 08/26/09
2 Jeff S. 21 91 70 07/03/09
3 Susan P. 26 97 71 07/28/10
4 David B. 4 77 73 07/13/08
6 Gary B. 8 81 73 08/19/07
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About Kastle Greens

Kastle Greens Golf Club

Golf Only facility

15 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Cindee Cordova, General Manager
Bobby Luzzi, Director of Golf
James Myer, Superintendent
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