Arnie would probably not be real happy with the condition of his course today.
I was able to snag a $35 deal with the GolfNow app and got on for a 130p tee time. I got paired with a guy named Clint who had just retired and moved from California to Denver NC.
He had played before & we’re about the same age so it worked out good. He was able to offer some guidance on how the course plays.
I’m sure when this course was first built in 1997 it was considered a premiere course. Not so much today as the years have not been kind.
The tee boxes are good, the fairways are good but the greens were in very poor condition. There were bare spots, un-repaired divots and ragged patches. The front nine was much worse than the back.
I really didn’t care for the layout and design of this course. Way too many green side bunkers and the green design and pin placement made it very difficult at times.
The are observing COVID guidelines. The Staff was nice, the Starter was great, the check-in was smooth and easy and the facilities seemed OK. There is a driving range and a small practice putting green area. The carts were clean and in good condition.
On one of the holes on the front nine, balls that are hit from the driving range and are off-line come into the fairway which is very frustrating.
I doubt I play this course again. I was disappointed since I had heard so many great things about the course when it first opened.