Knight's Play Golf Center

★★★★☆
If there just aren't enough hours in the day to work on your game, this place is perfect.
  • 2512 Ten Ten Rd

    Apex, NC 27502

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  • 919-303-4653

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My son and I travel around and play par-3 courses on the east coast. We live in Cary, so Knight's Play is our home course, but bar none, hands down, it is the best par-3 that we've been to. We have played in Charlotte, Virginia Beach, elsewhere in the Triangle, the Triad, in Florida; nowhere compares.\n\nThe course is good, well beyond teeing off from a mat to a pin that is 50 yards away. There are varying lengths, with the shortest being around 100 and the longest around 200 yards. There are bunkers, plenty of water features and elevation changes. The middle 9 is the best.\n\nThey serve beer. The clubhouse food is good and reasonably priced. \n\nOn Mondays they run greens fee specials. For those who are looking to have a family outing, I highly recommend it. What a great way to introduce a kid to the game of golf.\n\nThe only negative is that, if all you know is Knight's Play, going to other par 3s will be a disappointment.

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★★★★★

My son and I travel around and play par-3 courses on the east coast. We live in Cary, so Knight's Play is our home course, but bar none, hands down, it is the best par-3 that we've been to. We have played in Charlotte, Virginia Beach, elsewhere in the Triangle, the Triad, in Florida; nowhere compares.\n\nThe course is good, well beyond teeing off from a mat to a pin that is 50 yards away. There are varying lengths, with the shortest being around 100 and the longest around 200 yards. There are bunkers, plenty of water features and elevation changes. The middle 9 is the best.\n\nThey serve beer. The clubhouse food is good and reasonably priced. \n\nOn Mondays they run greens fee specials. For those who are looking to have a family outing, I highly recommend it. What a great way to introduce a kid to the game of golf.\n\nThe only negative is that, if all you know is Knight's Play, going to other par 3s will be a disappointment.

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I took my son here for a change of pace. The par 3 was a lot of fun and you can even play here after dark. The only drawback is if you get behind someone who doesn't know how to play -- you could be waiting a while!

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★★★★☆

I took my son here for a change of pace. The par 3 was a lot of fun and you can even play here after dark. The only drawback is if you get behind someone who doesn't know how to play -- you could be waiting a while!

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Hello,\r\n I would like to respond to an earlier review of Nedrad. I am so sorry your lesson did not help. I am head teaching pro at Knight's Play. I do not know whether you took the lesson from me or the other teaching pro but would be glad to give you a refund or another try. I have done over 12,000 lessons and been a PGA pro for 15 years and never before had a complaint. I have more than 500 current clients that have been very succesful at improving their golf skills. Like I said I do not know whether the lesson was with Ken or me(Tim) but please let me know so that we can make sure you don't ""waste money"". I can't guarantee I will get you hitting the driver 300 yards. However, I will guarantee if you give us another chance, it will be worth it!\r\nSincerely,\r\nTim

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★★★★★

Hello,\r\n I would like to respond to an earlier review of Nedrad. I am so sorry your lesson did not help. I am head teaching pro at Knight's Play. I do not know whether you took the lesson from me or the other teaching pro but would be glad to give you a refund or another try. I have done over 12,000 lessons and been a PGA pro for 15 years and never before had a complaint. I have more than 500 current clients that have been very succesful at improving their golf skills. Like I said I do not know whether the lesson was with Ken or me(Tim) but please let me know so that we can make sure you don't ""waste money"". I can't guarantee I will get you hitting the driver 300 yards. However, I will guarantee if you give us another chance, it will be worth it!\r\nSincerely,\r\nTim

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I love playing Knight's Play, I am a novice to the game and always have fun on the course. However, I took a lesson with a pro at the course and it was a complete waste of money. I asked him for some fundamentals and he gave me nothing. I have since taken lessons elsewhere and have had much better sucess.

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★★★☆☆

I love playing Knight's Play, I am a novice to the game and always have fun on the course. However, I took a lesson with a pro at the course and it was a complete waste of money. I asked him for some fundamentals and he gave me nothing. I have since taken lessons elsewhere and have had much better sucess.

Pros: Easy Play, Fun

Cons: Lessons are horrible

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Knight's Play is always crowded, sometimes a little TOO crowded, but for good reason - it's reasonably priced, open late, serves beer, and is alot of fun to play. The courses are decently maintained, challenging, and well-lit at night. The driving range is also fun to play, especially for beginners. I agree with the other reviewer - people need to stop bringing their kids on the course during peak hours. I was stuck behind the cast of Cheaper by the Dozen the other night and I thought my 9 hole game would never end. Also, definitely don't get a cart unless you have back/knee issues - you need to drive on the carpath the whole time, and walking from the cart to your ball and back is probably WAY more walking than if you just didn't get a cart in the first place. The food/beer is reasonably priced, and I like that they actually have Newcastle in a can, which I think strangely tastes better than the bottled kind.\r\n\r\nThe only complaint i have about the place is that the (older) staff is a little cranky and act annoyed. Considering their job consists of writing down tee times, handing out tokens, and taking money, i don't see why they're so mad at the world. Other than that, Knight's Play is highly recommended.

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★★★★☆

Knight's Play is always crowded, sometimes a little TOO crowded, but for good reason - it's reasonably priced, open late, serves beer, and is alot of fun to play. The courses are decently maintained, challenging, and well-lit at night. The driving range is also fun to play, especially for beginners. I agree with the other reviewer - people need to stop bringing their kids on the course during peak hours. I was stuck behind the cast of Cheaper by the Dozen the other night and I thought my 9 hole game would never end. Also, definitely don't get a cart unless you have back/knee issues - you need to drive on the carpath the whole time, and walking from the cart to your ball and back is probably WAY more walking than if you just didn't get a cart in the first place. The food/beer is reasonably priced, and I like that they actually have Newcastle in a can, which I think strangely tastes better than the bottled kind.\r\n\r\nThe only complaint i have about the place is that the (older) staff is a little cranky and act annoyed. Considering their job consists of writing down tee times, handing out tokens, and taking money, i don't see why they're so mad at the world. Other than that, Knight's Play is highly recommended.

Pros: Great Value for the money, nice snack bar options, open late, well-lit

Cons: Can get EXTREMELY crowded, cranky staff

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Very good par 3 course and the only place for nighttime golf in the triangle.
I've played knight's play too many times to count and can highly recommend this course as a great place for beginners or even seasoned golfers looking to work on their short game. The course boasts 27 par 3s; there are a variety of types of 3 stroke holes, long, short, large greens, small greens, over water shots, no water shots, etc.
Also they have a huge driving range, practice putting green and even a sand area. Some of the drawbacks include that the price rivals a some of your lower end "full service" golf courses, so it may not be a destination if you want to take the whole family along and they tend to have periods where the place is swarming with people and wait times at each hole are maddening. All in all Knight's place is a great place to get in a little golf.

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★★★★☆

Very good par 3 course and the only place for nighttime golf in the triangle.
I've played knight's play too many times to count and can highly recommend this course as a great place for beginners or even seasoned golfers looking to work on their short game. The course boasts 27 par 3s; there are a variety of types of 3 stroke holes, long, short, large greens, small greens, over water shots, no water shots, etc.
Also they have a huge driving range, practice putting green and even a sand area. Some of the drawbacks include that the price rivals a some of your lower end "full service" golf courses, so it may not be a destination if you want to take the whole family along and they tend to have periods where the place is swarming with people and wait times at each hole are maddening. All in all Knight's place is a great place to get in a little golf.

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There probably isn't a need to review Knight's Play because so many people around here already know about it and frequent it often. If you are considering going for the first time don't hesitate! For the money it is a great par 3 course. Here are my tips: don't go during peak hours, carry your bag or use a push cart, take unneeded clubs out of the bag to lighten the load, and if you are fairly new to golf bring a lot of golfballs because you're probably going to lose some in the water.\r\nThis place can get very crowded on the weekends during the late morning- afternoon hours. They accept tee times but they don't really mean anything here, people can just walk in without one and they tend to stack people up on either the front 9 or the back 9. So if you don't like that feeling of having people behind you go early morning or try late at night. If you can possibly get there before 5:00 on weekdays they offer even cheaper rates and you might just have the course to yourself.\r\nThe holes are very close together here, so there really isn't a need to rent a golf cart, especially if you are going to play just 9. I see so many people doing it and it really is a waste when it is a very short walk to the next tee. Get rid of drivers and high numbered irons, most holes here are well under 200 yds. I'm a female and I use the black tees, and the highest numbered iron I've ever used here is a 7.\r\nOne last warning, since it is a par 3 I see a lot of people bring their kids here to play. Not that I have anything against kids playing golf but the really young kids tend to be very slow and loud. Again if you don't go during the peak hours you could probably cut down on that.

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★★★☆☆

There probably isn't a need to review Knight's Play because so many people around here already know about it and frequent it often. If you are considering going for the first time don't hesitate! For the money it is a great par 3 course. Here are my tips: don't go during peak hours, carry your bag or use a push cart, take unneeded clubs out of the bag to lighten the load, and if you are fairly new to golf bring a lot of golfballs because you're probably going to lose some in the water.\r\nThis place can get very crowded on the weekends during the late morning- afternoon hours. They accept tee times but they don't really mean anything here, people can just walk in without one and they tend to stack people up on either the front 9 or the back 9. So if you don't like that feeling of having people behind you go early morning or try late at night. If you can possibly get there before 5:00 on weekdays they offer even cheaper rates and you might just have the course to yourself.\r\nThe holes are very close together here, so there really isn't a need to rent a golf cart, especially if you are going to play just 9. I see so many people doing it and it really is a waste when it is a very short walk to the next tee. Get rid of drivers and high numbered irons, most holes here are well under 200 yds. I'm a female and I use the black tees, and the highest numbered iron I've ever used here is a 7.\r\nOne last warning, since it is a par 3 I see a lot of people bring their kids here to play. Not that I have anything against kids playing golf but the really young kids tend to be very slow and loud. Again if you don't go during the peak hours you could probably cut down on that.

Pros: open from 8-midnight, great prices, well tended greens, huge driving range

Cons: can get very crowded, they don't space people out well

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This is a great place to play 18 holes. I am a beginner and I didn't feel pressured to play fast. The greens are kept in great condition. They even have a driving range you can practice without playing any holes. I love going out there and relieving some stress. I try to go a couple of times a month.

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★★★★★

This is a great place to play 18 holes. I am a beginner and I didn't feel pressured to play fast. The greens are kept in great condition. They even have a driving range you can practice without playing any holes. I love going out there and relieving some stress. I try to go a couple of times a month.

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After buying my first set of clubs I decided to try out Knight's play after a friend had recommended it to me. Knight's play has a great driving range that I practiced on almost everyday over last summer. They also offer 27 par 3 holes for people of all ages to play on. The prices are also very reasonable: $4 for a small bucket of balls and 8$ for 9 holes. I highly recommend this place for anyone new to golf looking to either practice their swing, or engage in some friendly competition at their well maintained golf course.

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★★★★☆

After buying my first set of clubs I decided to try out Knight's play after a friend had recommended it to me. Knight's play has a great driving range that I practiced on almost everyday over last summer. They also offer 27 par 3 holes for people of all ages to play on. The prices are also very reasonable: $4 for a small bucket of balls and 8$ for 9 holes. I highly recommend this place for anyone new to golf looking to either practice their swing, or engage in some friendly competition at their well maintained golf course.

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Knights Play is a better golf center to the RGA golf center I reviewed. Kinghts Play is more laid-back and is of easier difficulty as all the holes are par 3 holes. Its also alot cheaper as its $10 per 9 holes. There is the convenience of the food bar when one gets hungry. There is also a driving range that serves more than 30. There are golf lessons provided for those that wish to expand their golfing skills. Kinghts Play is overall a great golf center with a beatifully drawn out course.

PROS: Convenience of food, driving range, and 27 holes of golf.
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Knights Play is a better golf center to the RGA golf center I reviewed. Kinghts Play is more laid-back and is of easier difficulty as all the holes are par 3 holes. Its also alot cheaper as its $10 per 9 holes. There is the convenience of the food bar when one gets hungry. There is also a driving range that serves more than 30. There are golf lessons provided for those that wish to expand their golfing skills. Kinghts Play is overall a great golf center with a beatifully drawn out course.

PROS: Convenience of food, driving range, and 27 holes of golf.
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Knights Play Golf Course is located in a quiet area of North Carolina in Apex. It has a driving range and 27 holes; front 9, middle 9, and back 9. Many spots on driving range to accompany at least 40 people. Customer service is great and will refund money if it starts to rain or if you do not receive your bucket of balls from the machine. I recommend this place for amateurs, intermediate, and even professional players.

PROS: Nice location, good customer service.
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★★★★☆

Knights Play Golf Course is located in a quiet area of North Carolina in Apex. It has a driving range and 27 holes; front 9, middle 9, and back 9. Many spots on driving range to accompany at least 40 people. Customer service is great and will refund money if it starts to rain or if you do not receive your bucket of balls from the machine. I recommend this place for amateurs, intermediate, and even professional players.

PROS: Nice location, good customer service.
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This place rocks! Unless you live in Apex, it seems to be in the middle of nowhere, but the whole complex is expansive and roomy. The driving range is really big and draws lots of people on the weekends. They also have a nice little eating area and benches for those who want to watch and chat.

PROS: Nice layout, low prices, open late
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★★★★★

This place rocks! Unless you live in Apex, it seems to be in the middle of nowhere, but the whole complex is expansive and roomy. The driving range is really big and draws lots of people on the weekends. They also have a nice little eating area and benches for those who want to watch and chat.

PROS: Nice layout, low prices, open late
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