Reynolds Park Golf course, located in Winston-Salem, NC, was developed by Ellis Maples, and opened to play in 1940. Minutes from downtown Winston, the golf course get a lot of play during the year. 6300 yards from the longest tee, the Par 71 course is a fun challenge for golfers of all skill levels. Recently replaced greens highlight the recent updates to the course, which also include replacement of everal bunkers and tee boxes.
The course is mid-high handicap friendly as there is minimal water hazards to deal with and bunkers are limited as well. Stray tee shots are usually not punishing though that depends on which hole you're on. There are more than a few opportunities to bomb driver down the fairway and still recover if you happen to hit an errant tee shot.
Green complexes are fairer now that they have redone the greens.
Club house has a full service grill, pro shop has basic necessities and the course has a driving range and putting green.
All and all, it's a great place to tee it up. Costs are reasonable, the course is usually in nice shape and it's convenient to down town. Pace of play can get slow because it's so popular, but all and all, it's a fun challenge.
Price-wise, this muni is reasonable...generally a <$25 most days.