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TheClaw’s Review of Edgewater Golf Club on 2/21/16

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  • Edgewater Golf Club

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    Date: 2/21/16 Sun Afternoon
    Overall Rating:

    "Average"
    Conditions: Average - isolated issues
    Pace: 4 Hours
    Cost: $49
    Username: TheClaw
    Profile: Avid Golfer (about once a week)
    Handicap: 5.3
    Today's Score: 79
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    Unfortunately, for now, Edgewater’s best days seem to be behind it. Fuzzy Zoeller has pulled his name off the course, and they are under new ownership. There were tons of divots in the first fairway, and I took a massive one myself. I went to my cart to get sand to fill it, and guess what…no sand on the carts. Every fairway was filled with massive divots as a result, with no way to fix them. Bunkers were looking very orange, they are badly needing a top up of sand. The greens are ok, still roll well, but nowhere close to what they used to be. I fear that Edgwater will struggle to get enough play to support it, and as a result the decline has begun. But I hope I am proven wrong.

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  • Great course, very weird location – near absolutely nothing. Can’t see where regular play is going to come from, or who would buy houses without easy access to 77.

  • Remember, this is the middle of the winter and golf is not at it’s best. I am confident that the new staff will make this the course that it has always been. Give them the chance to prove themselves. If you take the time to let the staff know what you see as being in need of their attention it will get taken care of. Players come from all over to have the experience of playing at this course.

  • Well I played edgewater 4 weeks ago in jan, when they were already under new management, and back then they did not have sand on the carts. So in a month they have not been able to rectify a very simple situation, to the detriment of the course. I would rather take a course in good condition, with proper care going into it and grumpy pro shop staff. Than a course in bad condition, and smiles in the pro shop.

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