TYadkin country club gets a lot of negative reviews on the web. Some deserving but others not. Yes, theis course could use some work but in this economy and with what they charge, I think you get a fair test for a fair price.
The clubhouse is nothing to write home about. Basically run out of the basement of what looks to have been a residential home at one time. There is a small driving range that tops out at about 220yards. A small bag of range balls will run you $2, with about 15-20 balls. Carts are standard, nothing fancy carts.
Course wise, the layout is pretty nice. The whole are not side by side, and they meander throughout the countryside. Lots of elevation changes andplenty of slopes in the fairways. The greens are slow but role pretty true. Numerous bunkers (which were in good shape) and water hazards are on the course.
Granted there is not much grass in the fairways, especially this early in the season, and the tee boxes need a lot of work, but for $21 on Sunay with a cart, I got what I expected at a fair price.
So overall I'd give it a 3 star rating. It was what it was, had some challenging holes, putted well and didn't charge me an arm and a leg.