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Played here 1/19/19 with a 7:35 am tee time with a friend. We got paired up with 2 others. First off, course was way too wet still and very muddy. We found ourselves tip toeing through the fairways so we wouldnt sink in the mud. Give this course at least a week to dry out a bit. Pace of play was slow at 5 hours. Mainly because the two men we were paired up with were extremely slow golfers. Luckily the group behind us were walkers so we didnt get pushed. Greens are perfect here! Best part of the course. Tee boxes were in great condition and level! Fairways were green but like i said had a lot of mud and patchiness to them. Rough was basically non existent, you're either on grass in the fairway or clovers and sticks in the rough. Water was clean, saw the cart girl once. Staff was friendly and paid $50.35 for the green fee. Overall it's a good rate and a good course. People do need to start repairing their ball marks on the greens. My friend and I fixed 19 of them in 18 holes!
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