Back at Monroe where the greens are still just about perfect. They are quick and tricky, but not crazy fast as I’ve seen ’em before here. They are the best part of the course. The rest of the conditions were not that impressive for April. Fairways were just okay, fairly thin. Rough was erratic — in some places it was bare and thin, in others it was overgrown with weeds. The lies around the greens, sometimes just 5 or 10 yards off, were sometimes not good. For the price and with near perfect greens, Monroe is always worth playing. I’m wondering how it will fare this year, with PGA Master Pro Nick Jacobi having left for Stonebridge. I’m sure I’ll be back this summer.