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Was able to grab a late twilite creek card member $29 rate, teeing off a few minutes late at 2:52pm, and finishing in 4.5hrs, at just about sunset.

Course remains in very good/excellent condition from my last visit a few weeks ago. Fairways did not provide as much run-out, but did provide very good lies. Tees were good and mostly level. Rough was being actively cut much shorter at another 1" beyond the fairways, and was less penal. Around some greens, it was much longer, but was sometimes 'wispy', allowing the clubhead to get through easily enough.

Was in a few bunkers, and it was a medium-heavy. Greens were firm, held shots only OK today, and were a bit bumpy from the day's foot traffic.

Cart girl came by a few times. Great service and smiles from all staff. A good day out on a lovely 70+ degree day.
Played BG today at 2:32pm, $44 rate via their website. Teed off with 3 other guys, losing one to a hand injury just a few holes in. POP was very good being so late in the day - 4hrs 15mins, a nice pace, just a few short waits on some tees, but never really pressing the lady 3some in front of us. We barely kept up, and the group behind were likewise, slightly behind our pace at the end.

About a month since punching the greens, they looked great, and putted mostly smooth at medium-fast pace and held shots very well. Seems like they've been rolled and are almost 100% healed - barely an issue for putting results.

Tees were thin in spots. Fairways and rough are mostly good, with very good lies in the fairways, and providing pretty good roll. Holes 2, 3, 6, 12, 13, 15 and 17 were either full or substantial CPO, a bit more than normal. Was in a few bunkers, and they were decent - my skills were not.

Staff, as always, were all very friendly from initial greeting in the pro-shop, to the starter, cart lady and end-of-round cart lads. Top-notch and add value to the experience here. Burgers smelled great from the 18th fairway! Lovely day, hope to return very soon.
Course review: Really? You gotta be kidding me...

Played today with my two regular Monday partners and joined by a nice single woman who hit the ball pretty well, but took her sweet time with practice swings. POP 4.75 hours, all on us. $35 senior rider fee at 2:22pm.

Tees were either uncut, 2" rough-length and sometimes choppy coverage grass, or very thin, hard-pan with extreme difficulty even getting a tee into the ground. Very ugly to look at.

Fairways were a patch-mix of bare dirt, extremely thin grass lies, some good coverage/lies and/or any combination of thatched-grasses making up the rest. Very, very rare to have a decent lie. With all the rain we've had, I am puzzled as to why the fairways are in such s--t condition.

Rough - more of the same.

Bunkers were actually OK, a decent layer of 1" crispy lighter sand over a firm base.

Greens were punched about 3 weeks earlier. They are about a week away from being fully healed. Oddly, in spite of their very bumpy putting condition, and medium-paced greens, they were the bright spot of the course. Should be good soon. Cannot say the same thing about the rest of the course.

No cart lady. The female 'Ambassador' at the first tee came by and brought a cheery light midway through the round, which was appreciated.

Play elsewhere if you can. Please don't make me play here again for another year.
Played this afternoon at 1:39pm with another single and a twosome. POP 4.5hrs, with 10 minutes on us being a bit slow.

Course overall is in similar condition to my review in March. Greens were really good, held shots well and putted very smooth at medium speed.

Tees, fairways and rough were all decent - good condition, with no major issues.

Saw the cart lady a few times. Glad I got out again before they punch early next week, as I will wait at least a month before returning. One of the things I like about this course is that you typically get a chance to use every club in the bag.
Played Crossings for the first time in six months today at 1:39pm, with a friendly couple from Canada. Friendly greetings by the cart/bag attendees, pro shop staff and starter. POP was pretty good, finishing in 4hrs 20mins.

Course is still in mostly winter conditions. Tees and fairways are good, and fairways provided good lies and roll. Rough was highly inconsistent due to some grasses growing well, and others still dormant, creating tufts of grass behind my ball a few times.

Bunkers seem to have received some new sand, as the sand was very light/slippery, a few inches of fluff before you get to any base, particularly on up-slopes/faces. Easy to 'whiff' under the ball.

Greens are mostly, but not 100% recovered from their punching 6 weeks ago. Still, they were a highlight of the course - very lush and deep green, held shots well and rolled nicely at medium pace.

Course is good now. Will likely be great in a month!
Looks like I must've been a few groups behind Slicer today. $35 public rate via their web site - teed off a few minutes after our 2:24 tee time with two other singles - both fairly new to the game, but played well enough and were fun to be around. POP was moving well, with very short waits throughout, finishing in 3hrs 50mins. A very enjoyable round on a lovely, sunny day.

Played the white tees, which as usual during the weekdays are actually placed at/with the green tee markers. Other than a crowned #18 tee, all were pretty level and with good coverage, excepting most of the par 3s.

Fairways were awesome, probably the best aspect of the course right now. Certainly have dried out nicely now, cut a day or so ago, mostly good lies and provided some tremendous run-out. Drives were about 30+ yards past my typical here, even considering the green marker starting point. Rough was cut shorter than my last visit, was lush and penal but manageable, and still very thick/dense.

Was in a few greenside bunkers, and had good luck - good medium-weight sand, about 1/2-3/4" in depth, letting you go after it.

I thought the firm greens held shots OK, but weren't very smooth in putting. Greens weren't terrible, but the ball did bounce a bit and was medium-speed for the most part. Will say they were much better than the last time I played, and seem to be getting there - still not as good as San Juan Hills, nor even Costa Mesa at this point, imho.

Though I received an indifferent greeting in the pro shop , the starter staff were fantastic. Marshal was very friendly as well, and we had some good chats. Cart girl came by at least twice.

Highly recommend TC right now. Probably the best overall condition I've seen it in the last year.
Played Monday, teeing off as a 3some about 1:20pm, POP 4.5hrs with waits throughout amid pretty heavy play.

Course has dried out nicely since my last visit. Looks like they punched a few tees over the last two weeks, but not an issue, providing good footing and only slight visible punch marks.

Freshly cut fairways were lush and provided very good roll, providing mostly great lies. Rough was not too penal, just a bit, and bunkers were OK. Aprons around the greens are starting to show life from being washed out, but still a mess in a few areas - which I had to deal with on the 3rd and 8th holes - very bouncy if putting through.

Greens were pretty good - a bit bumpy from foot traffic, but otherwise pretty smooth at medium-pace. Pin positions seemed to all be on a slope today!

Course is coming around nicely. Saw the cart lady twice. Lovely day for golf.
Played Thursday, teeing off at 1:06pm, sent out as a single amid mass cancellations due to a bit of rain. POP was 3.5hrs, with a 3some two groups ahead moving well and chose to pace my play accordingly. Skies cleared up on the 9th hole, and things started drying/warming up nicely for a lovely late afternoon.

Greens were soft, receptive and rolled very smooth at medium speed. Tees were mostly lush and good. Fairways and green aprons had some water/wash-out damage, but mostly good. Rough was not too penal. Sand was of course damp and a bit heavy, but OK.

Glad I played, course is pretty good overall. No cart lady today, but excellent service in the 19th hole with Ryan, lots of TVs to watch the start of March Madness, and a few good happy hour deals which I had to wait for - they started at 5:00pm. An older gent started playing some mellow tunes on the patio at 6pm as I left, and they were set up for Thursdays pasta night.
Friendly greeting by Andrew in the pro shop. Played today as a walking 3some in early afternoon. A sunny, fairly windy day. POP overall was 4hrs40mins, with heavy backup on holes 3-8, with 2-4 groups waiting. Things picked up on the back nine, with minimal waits. Several 5somes and one 7some 3 holes in front of us!!!

Course is drying up nicely, getting some roll on drives and approach shots. Overall, nothing remarkable, but greens and bunkers were both pretty good. Fairways have damage areas and a bit of hap-hazard coverage right now, but this should improve through the spring. Blue and white tees were generally very lush and provided good footing.

No cart lady, and the 1/2-way shack was closed as we passed through - definitely could've used a water. Never saw a useful marshal all day. Oh, I did see one, but he took no action with the 7some in front... :(
Played TC today, joining a 3some, teeing off about 1:40pm w/POP 4hrs40mins. Paid $55 'public senior' rate via their website. CPO only on #12 (as usual) and the last 1/2 of #17 fairway. Otherwise, carts were free-range.

Course 'looked great from far' and lush on the drive in. However, conditions were slightly less desirable than expected - based on my conversation with a member of pro shop staff last week on the phone, who indicated that the greens on that day were 'fully healed' from their micro-punching 4 days earlier.

Since I know that pro shop staff never lie, are never disingenuous nor uninformed about course conditions, I can only conclude that more than 1/2 the greens have regressed in their healing / condition by their own will over the last week. Punch holes were still very visible and contributed to bumpiness on the greens today in many cases, including the first 5 greens. Greens were also soft, hairy at times, and otherwise typical afternoon poa bumpy w/foot traffic.

Tees were generally long and need a trim. Fairways were pretty good - provided good lies, but limited roll. Rough was 3-4" and very dense. Definitely a problem to get a clean, good hit and very penal. Saw grounds crew on a few holes cutting down longer parts of the rough to about 3".

Cart lady came by at least 3 times, saw the marshal a few times, both very friendly. I'd suggest giving the course about a week to further heal.
Played today as part of the GK Guru group. Really enjoyed playing with Vince, Jerry and Gary. A nice mix of golf games. Vince had a handful of birdies and a great day putting, so that was great to witness as well. The rest of us each got one, I believe. Some very good shots made, and what a good time!

Last off of the Gurus, I think our POP was just about 4hrs, maybe just a few mins more, but was a good pace overall.

Received word from Ross Fisher that the greens were very firm and not holding shots very well. That indeed was the case - they were very fast, but did putt very nicely/smooth. Best approach was to guess about a club less than the yardage. Did have at least 4 balls roll off the back after landing on the greens.

Tees, fairways and rough were probably the best overall I've seen this year. Got mud a few times on the ball, but fairways were really nice, firm, good lies, and no mushy areas whatsoever. Was in one greenside bunker, and sand was fluffy.

Might try to get back out before aeration in a few weeks time. Thanks to Johnny and Ross Fisher for setting up the great day for us!
Played Friday, 3/8 at 1:07pm, paired with two nice guys. Easy, friendly check-in at pro shop and with the starter. They had a large shot-gun tournament that was ending, so lots of activity and heavy play. POP was pretty good, with even a 15-minute back-up/delay at the turn, we finished just under 4.5hrs in warmer weather than we started (less windy).

My 2nd time playing since my last review, and the course has been getting progressively softer with the rains. Yesterday, the tees provided good footing, but the fairways and rough were extremely soft, where you would often 'sink' into the turf when taking your stance.

Course seemed to be at full saturation point in many spots, and drew casual water 4 times in the fairways and rough. Otherwise, course has handled the rains well and with a few days of sun in the forecast, should be in very good condition later next week, providing a small window of drier conditions before they aerate the greens on the 18/19th.

Bunker sand was generally OK, a few were muddy. Biggest issue were all of the un-raked footprints in EVERY one of them!

Greens - super lush, held shots well, and putted at medium to medium-fast pace. Thought they were in fantastic condition, especially considering all of they play they received on the day.
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