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Lakeview Golf Resort

Course: Lakeview Golf Resort & Spa
Address: One Lakeview Drive, Route 6, Box 88A
  Morgantown, WV 26505
County: Monongalia
Phone: 304-594-1111
Toll Free: 800-624-8300
Website: www.lakeviewresort.com
Rates 2012 Season
Mon - TH (Lakeview Course)60Green fees and cart
Fri - Sun (Lakeview Course)80Green fees and cart
Mon - TH (Mountainview Course)29Green fees and cart
Fri - Sun (Mountainview Course)39Green fees and cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
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TeesYardageParSlopeRating
Lakeview - Blue67607213273.1
Lakeview - Red54327211871.8
Lakeview - White63577212971.3
Mountainview - Blue64477212671.1
Mountainview - White61527212269.8
Mountainview - Red53857212271.4
Reviews
10/15/2005Continuing our “research trip” to Morgantown, Bogeyman and I decided to venture to another old stomping place – this one being Mountainview Course at Lakeview Resort. We used to know it simply as “Mountainview”, or the course across the street (I-68) from Lakeview, but the scorecard now lists it as Lakeview Resort, Mountainview Course. This course always gave us fits in prior years as the name Mountainview is an apt description of the course. There are slopes everywhere from front to back, left to right, right to left…well you get the drift. This is NOT a flat course! Perhaps we’re older or maybe we’re just better golfers than 10 years ago, but this course did not have its way with me as it had in prior rounds. Oh, don’t get me wrong, I still think it plays a lot harder than the 122 slope from the whites would lead you to believe. Just hit a few putts from the wrong (uphill) side of the flag and when you’re chipping or hitting your next putt from the fringe, you’ll understand what I mean. Speaking of which, the greens were really fast and we played with dew on them for most of the round. I could only imagine what it would be like on a dry day! The course itself has grown into a truly beautiful track. It’s one that you will stand on the tee or the green and take a look at a hole and note what a pretty scene you’ve captured. There are several of them on this course, especially on the back nine. You may also be enthralled (or maybe not) at the several blind shots you’ll take…no, don’t close your eyes, you have to ride up ahead to look where to hit the ball. Even then, you may want to “play the hillside” to get your ball to roll back into play. For once in my life, I actually enjoyed a round at this track and will definitely look forward to coming back to play it again! If you do play there, make sure to try to look ahead and play the terrain for your next shot and try to keep it below the hole on your approach shots. Oh by the way, the fact that WVU beat Louisville in 3OT’s made the day THAT much better! Lefty