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If I could copy and paste my last review I would but wanted to revisit the greens in this review since everything else is pretty much the same.

I thought it would take 2 weeks for the greens to recover and I still stick with that. I really have no idea what is going on with these greens. They are recovering so slowly this year. The greens have started to firm up too. They actually roll decently from a pace stand point but there are many ball marks both repaired improperly or not at all that you will more likely have to fix on your putts. It’s kind of scary that we are 5 weeks out of maintenance and this is an issue with summer around the corner.
Played yesterday morning a little before 8 and finished a little under 4 hours. No one ahead or behind us so it was like a private club today although the tee sheet was pretty full.

I thought the greens were a tad slower than normal. They however rolled really good though and not many ball marks out there. I believe greens 4, 9 and 13 were punched last week and still recovering.

Fairways were great to hit from. I don’t remember there being any issues. The carts come equipped with sand bottles so we did our part to fill in divots out there. Just FYI Hole 5 is punched.

Rough is thick. Not as thick as I have seen it before but still long and sticky enough or impact your shot and shot selection. A few times I just took a mid iron to get it back in play.

I was in one bunker and it was great. All other bunkers looked to have been raked and ample sand.

Customer service is always top notch here. Range was grass this day which is nice because I always have a hard time teeing it up in the artificial grass that have. If you’re a stickler about the greens not being punched then you may want to wait a week for the other 3 greens to heal otherwise an enjoyable experience.
Teed off this morning at 6 and was back at the car heading home at 9:30 so the pace was outstanding. Overall the course is still recovering from the maintenance and needs a little more time to heal. Greens were slow for my taste. I just could not judge the right speed. Maybe I’m accustomed to the pace being quicker on these greens. Some greens have haled better than others as some of the punched holes are still visible on a handful. Fairways are good and probably have recovered the quickest of anything. I still saw some holes but they would be in a small area not the entire fairway thou. Rough was a little down but could settle down making some shots tricky. Overall course is coming in nicely but may be better to wait a couple of weeks for the course to fully recover.
Was 2nd off yesterday as a 3some following what seemed to be regulars in the first group. Not as fast as I expected to play being second off as the first group took their time. Still finished at 4 hours thou.

Greens have small holes punched but this didn’t effect putts in my opinion. The number of ball marks both unrepaired and repaired improperly were more of an issue. They rolled apfaster than they looked. Ran the first few putts quite a bit past the hole.

Fairways just ok. They are decent but there are just various spots throughout like different grasses/weeds/dead spots, etc.

Rough was actually surprisingly thick in a good number of areas. I actually almost lost a couple in there. There are areas that are not bad at all wouldn’t impact your shot selection so just be careful.

Sand was great. I was in a couple and they were raked nicely and ample sand. I was just in green side but fairways looked a little firmer.

I’d say it’s 50/50 right now, I’ve done seen better conditions and I’ve seen worse.
Went out today as the second group out so pace was not a problem.

A little disappointed in the greens. They were lightly sanded which I think was in anticipation of the upcoming rain. Going off that early was even a little sand on the greens resulted in balls picking the grains of sand. I think this slowed down the speed of the greens. A couple of greens have some fungus too. At least I think it’s a fungus. It looks like yellow spots on the greens similar to what happens in your home on the ceiling if there was a water leak.

Fairways 11, 12 and 16 were sanded and pretty significantly too. They actually had guys out there dumping the sand and going back over it with that contraption similar to raking a baseball infield. Other than these there are certainly some patchy areas in the fairways and then there are some really good areas. It’s just a crap shoot right now.

Rough is a mixed bag too but I was surprised that there were some really thick parts on the course. Of course the further away you were the more likely it was to be thinner.

A few tee boxes were a little unlevel and the par 3 has divot damage but you’ll find a spot to tee it up from.

Overall just ok. Hopefully this rain comes as expected to get the sand in the soil and get these greens back to great again.
Played Nado yesterday and was 3rd off as a 3some. Got off a little earlier than my time and. There was a 2some behind us and no one behind them for several holes. Rain or the threat must have scared people off. Finished right at 3 hours.

Overall conditions are meh. Some greens still show signs of punching. Some greens have a fungus. Some have dead/dry areas. Practice green also has some fungus on it too. Greens didn’t roll that well. I struggled with the speed all day, never did really get a ball to the hole.

Fairways are ok. Again there were areas where the punching is still coming back. Generally good lies.

Rough is non existent so it’s playable.

Tee boxes need a trim and the tee box on 9 needs to be leveled.

Id probably wait in playing here until a little bit better conditions. Usually I like the greens here but I think right now they just need a little more time to heal.
Played on Friday and today. Friday they were punching the fairways on 9 and 18. Today there were punching 16 and 17. Those are really not bad as the holes are pretty far apart. You just had to clear out some of the debris that didn’t get blown away by the maintenance crew.

Everything else is still pretty good just maybe a tick lower than my previous review which I expected with maintenance scheduled for next week.
Played the Sunday after the lpga and overall the conditions are fantastic. We teed off at 11 and finished a hair above 4 1/2 hours so it wasn’t too bad but felt worse because we waitress on every shot.

Greens are great. They were soft and while they didn’t look fast they rolled out more than you think. There were some brutal pin placements out there that made the undulations that much more pronounced.

Fairways were also great. I wish I hit more of them to take advantage when f those conditions but I was all over the place exploring the other parts of the course.

Rough was not as thick as I remember it being last year after the tournament but still not plenty thick to impact shots.

I don’t remember being in a bunker but I didn’t notice anything out of the ordinary. We played the back tee boxes and those were fine, always found a place to tee it up.

Customer service was top notch as it always is. I’m not sure when it is supposed to be punched but it’s definitely worth cehcking out right now.
Played a lot over the past week. All early times so pace was no more than 4 hours 15 minutes. Condition wise I still think mine ad Jim’s review are still pretty accurate. I thought that this is probably about as easy as the course can play. The rough is probably a little easier. The fairways are rolling out a little more. Greens are still pretty firm but I honestly cannot putt on these thing so maybe I’m not the person to listen to on this one. Customer service was great.

Highly recommend getting out there before the maintenance next month.
I also went out yesterday and echo everyone's comments thus far. Just how tough was it, well the winning score for the SCGA Mid Am qualifier was +1, yes over par. I don't know if I've seen a qualifier that didn't have a least one person under par. I even think the wind picked up as we start so it made the conditions that much tougher. I think someone mentioned that there was a 2 club wind I think I hit a difference of 3 clubs a couple of times.

Greens were in great shape, they had those things rolling. I was surprised they could get them that fast with all this rain. I just couldn't get it in my head which is probably why I 3 putted so many times.

Fairways are great too. There were some GUR but they were clearly marked and still plenty of room to hit. Nice turf to hit from too.

Rough not too bad but enough to get your attention. You need to catch it clean.

I still think this course needs to be re-rated, I think I you look at the scorecard and look at the rating and slope you'd think this is a push over but this is an angry goose. I'm actually trying to find a way to get back up there before the maintenance. Staff was outstanding as they always are. I wish I lived closer I would play it much more than I do. It's a good time to go play.
Played earlier this week as the first off. Still a little damp after the rain but no standing water. Fairways were in need of mowing but I'd imagine as the course dried up some this week they might have been able to get the mowers out there. I think if this is done the rating would go up a few notches. There are still some patchy areas out there but that seems to be the norm and there is plenty of good areas (if it can get mowed).

Greens were good. I didn't putt really well so I'm not letting that influence my rating. I thought the front 9 greens were quicker than the back 9 greens. They rolled well, pretty smooth with not many unrepaired ball marks from what I saw.

With the rain the rough was up but still not too bad but there was a lot more grass in the native areas. For those that try to cut the corner on 11 you won't be getting any kicks off the hill side.

Sand was a little damp but still a good amount of sand in the bunkers. They just need to be attended to.

Tee box are ok. You'll find a spot to tee off from but some are a little uneven. Tee box 10 needs to be addressed thou, that one is really uneven.

For the price its good. I'll probably hold off until after the rains so they can get the proper maintenance done on the course. If you've seen this place in the past you know how brown it can get so sights of green are a welcome.
Played a couple of times over the past couple of weeks. Now that the south is under renovation this will be the go to course now. With the renovations to make it easier on the starter they have us going off on 10. So it’s kind of like the old north. I’m not sure if they will continue this but I would expect this while hole 1 and 2 on the south are shut down. The starter is having to drive out to 3.

Greens are pretty good. I was surprised with how much rain the amount of roll I was still getting on some relatively short chips I hit. The par 3s show more improperly fixed ball marks but still roll really good. Rolled quite a few by and left myself some comebacker knee knockers.

Fairways are good too but some divot damage with golfers not filling them in. Maintenance guys have filled in thief fair share.

Rough isn’t that long but man can that ball settle down in some spots making it difficult to even get wedges on them.

Bunkers were a little damp but ok.

Pace was great and on another note several trees have fallen with the rain.
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