North of Georgetown.
It was several years ago now, so I can't be 100% sure. Looking at maps, it looks like it might have been Stenger's Shamrock Farms Par 3 on Saw Mill Rd.
Fun place. Great for novices.
and @Buckeyebowman, Because of that "one time" they hit it further, they think that is their reasonably good average. Often, that "one time" was downhill, downwind, and off a cart path to boot! The only good way to deal with distance is to get on a launch monitor and do a reasonably good average of your carry numbers.
I played Pebble Beach years ago when I was in the PGA. Obviously I didn't pay the regular green fee but it was still expensive (1990). It was a probably about a 5 hour round with two gentlemen who decided they wanted to play the back tees (I was with a friend who was also in the PGA and we didn't want to play all the way back) who couldn't have shot 100 from the front tees. Even with that, we waited on every single tee for 18 holes. Believe it or not, the course wasn't in very good shape (November). Was it a great round of golf....no. Was it a great golf course...yes. All that being said, I wouldn't pay anywhere near 500 bucks to play it.