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June 15, 2000
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Reviewed by: Ross Raphael, Shoot in the 90s, from Washington DC
Most of the tees were in good shape, although the gold course was a bit burned. The fairways were all in good shape and the greens were hard but true. We also played there last year and loved it, some things don't change. Bay Tree is a fun forgiving club.
The silver course is the newest of the three, although it seems like it's front and back 9's were built at different times by different architects. The front is mostly wide open with a little water in play on several holes, while the back 9 makes use of doglegs and small rolling hills to penalize poor shots.
The green & gold courses are older more mature tree lined courses with an interesting mixture of distances and layouts. Some of the tees were a little bit burnt. This was dissapointing, but overall the course was in good conditions.
They host a lot of tournments. make sure they double check your availability.
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Natural grass range. Two putting greens, that could be larger. The restraunt is marginal, but your not going there for a 5 star meal.