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November 3, 2005
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Reviewed by: vanjhud, Shoots in the 80s
This course gets a strong 4 out of 5 from me. It's a very unforgiving course with a hint of personality. You don't need to hit the long ball on this course, but you need to be 110 % accurate. Two of the par 3's are pretty long and difficult. If you are 200 yrds plus with you 3 iron then you'll enjoy the challange to reach these in one and give your long irons a stretch. If not, then you'll want to make sure you have good distance control with you 3, 5, or 7 wood. Not too many challengs around the green. The greens hold shots pretty good, but show a lot of roll when putting. The location of this course is a little seedy, squeezed between Jefferson Hwy. and the river levy. some holes play into each other with little to no resistance between, fairway shooters beware of on comeing slice or hook drives. All in all, this is a good course to play, $50.00 on weekends is a bit much to ask to play, I suggest going for the $35.00 w/ cart on the weekdays when you can. Remember to "tuck that shirt in". You'll enjoy this course, but it falls short of others that I've played.
The staff is nice and helpfull.
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Willowdale Country Cub - A beautifull challenge
Springview Country Club - The Best!!
Audubon Golf Club 2004 - Very beatifull and creative (come back soon!)
October 5, 2002
3 of 5
3 of 5
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3.00 of 5, 2.00 votes
Reviewed by: Alan , Shoots in the 80s
Can't say I was too happy here, cost $50 to play and every green was showing sand through it, if you had a one put you were lucky and putting is a strong part of my game. Also, had no logo balls which soured me from the start. Course has potential though, you have to be accurate because it is narrow out of the tee boxes, if the greens were better, I would come back for another round.