Grey Raven G.C.

Designer: Seth Campion

Course Description:

Grey Raven is a long and firm fictional track located in Louisiana Marshlands, also with mountains because reasons. Many holes play near water although rarely will they come into play. Despite the firm ground here, Golfers should have no trouble finding the fairway or landing themselves on the spacious greens. No carts, walking only. Please stay away from the edges of the rivers as crocodiles have been spotted. Fences have been put up for your protection. If you lose a ball, just play on. Please enjoy your round.

Tournaments Hosted

Year Event Tour Winner
2016 Brasil Champions Presented by HSBC Web.com Shaun Devlin
2017 Grantland Invitational CC-A Philip Jones
2017 Grantland Invitational CC-B Colin E. Watt
2017 Grantland Invitational CC-C Andries du Plooy

Other Courses by Seth Campion

Course Name Theme Par
Friar's Hollow Boreal 73
The Hills at Orchard Creek Countryside 72
Emerald Heights Resort & Marina Links 72
Twisted Palms Resort Tropical 73
The Javelina Grand Desert 74
Hearthstone GC (Thursday) Boreal 72
Hearthstone GC (Saturday) Boreal 72
Hearthstone GC (Friday) Boreal 72
Hearthstone GC (Sunday) Boreal 72
Hearthstone GC Boreal 72
Pumpkin Ridge Harvest 73
White Knuckle Beach Delta 72
The Little John Countryside 72
Saxony Golf Club Highlands 72
Heron's Landing Boreal 73
Costa De La Reina Tropical 72
Pumpkin Ridge (2016) Harvest 73
Golden Boulder G.C. Rustic 72
Ochre Lake C.C. Harvest 72
Edenshall Countryside 72
The Golf Course at Oxcross Harvest 72
Kittredge Country Club Countryside 72
Katokosmos Golf Club Countryside 72
Sovereign Valley G.C. Rustic 72
The Club at Greystone Highlands 71

Member Reviews:

The overcast weather and the somewhat muted green colors of the Rustic theme combine to create a setting for this course that is fitting for its name. The grey sky, a bit of mist, and enough trees to keep the sun from peeking in really makes for a dark and murky atmosphere.


When you tee it up here, I hope that you have a cart, because this is going to be one long walk. The course measures at over 7700 yards, which is long even for tour pros, let alone the poor TGC golfer. It's a bit misleading, though, as the course is a par 74 with 5 par 5's and only 3 par 3's (I think, if I did my math right). There are still plenty of 450+ two-shotters and 200+ one shotters, though, so practice your long iron and woods game before coming here.


Despite the length, the course does play a little easy. The main defense here are the greens, which are firm but plenty large enough to hold approach shots. The pins are protected by being perched on top of mounds or ridges. While sometimes necessary to create a real challenge, the tactic is overused here and can be expected on a majority of the holes.


Overall, it's a fine course, if a bit quirky with dark atmosphere and huge length, that will offer you plenty of opportunities for a nice score.
Reviewed by: Craig LeVasseur on 3/14/2016