Lake Jonesco Golf Course
834 GA Highway 22 E
Gray, GA 31032-4506, United States

Lake Jonesco is a 100 acre 18 hole course operated by the county and open to the public. The course features tees for men, women, seniors and juniors and is suitable for all ability levels. Childrens tees measuring 100 yards on par 3's, 200 yards on par 4's and 300 yards on par 5's were installed to equalize competition among family mambers.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$20 - $29
   Weekend:$20 - $29
   9-hole fees available anytime.
General Manager:Mearl Cooler
Superintendent:Mearl Cooler
Guest Policy:open
Reserved Tee Times:Not Required
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:yes
Short Game Practice:yes

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
4/17/17 Philip Martin 90
10/30/16 Philip Martin 92
8/6/16 Buddy Horton 103
1/30/16 Buddy Horton 103
6/4/15 Philip Martin 91
5/30/15 Philip Martin 83
5/27/15 Philip Martin 85
5/16/15 Philip Martin 94
5/13/15 Philip Martin 86
5/10/15 Buddy Horton 107
1/25/15 JDHorton 112
1/25/15 Buddy Horton 88
1/11/15 JDHorton 119
1/11/15 Buddy Horton 93
1/2/15 JDHorton 123
1/2/15 Buddy Horton 96
8/12/14 Buddy Horton 89
8/12/14 Buddy Horton 92
7/12/14 Buddy Horton 90
5/11/14 Buddy Horton 99
3/9/14 Buddy Horton 113
9/12/13 Buddy Horton 93
9/12/13 Buddy Horton 92
9/7/13 JDHorton 145
9/7/13 Buddy Horton 95

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Recent Reviews

  Reslie - 4/3/12
Lake Jonesco is a great layout with some challenging holes. However, fairway maintenance leaves a lot to be desired. They desperately need an irrigation system for the fairways. In addition, there were a number of fairways that had erosion problems along the sides that lead into the woods and they need to knock down the weeds that have grown up in-between the parallel fairways. They could also use some fresh sand in the traps. The greens seemed to be in good shape but it was hard to tell since they had recently been punched and sanded.
  Buddy06 - 1/6/11
  rockville37 - 10/19/10
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