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Russell’s Review of Red Bridge Golf & Country Club on 6/5/11

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  • Red Bridge Golf & Country Club

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    Date: 6/5/11 Sun Morning
    Overall Rating:

    "Worth playing"
    Conditions: Average - isolated issues
    Pace: 3 1/2 Hours
    Cost: $36
    Username: Russell
    Profile: Frequent Golfer (about once a month)
    Handicap: 6.0
    Today's Score: Not entered
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    Well, I was looking for an inexpensive round on a weekend a settled on Red Bridge. I figured from the coupons that they had aerated recently, and they had. Average amount of sand topdressing but still hard to keep putts on line.

    They have changed up the order of the holes. The first hole used to be a short par 3 – strange in my book. Now the front nine starts on a long par 4. Front nine still has 3 each of par 3, 4 and 5. Also strange. This change in the hole order also messes up sky caddie. Just a hint – start the sky caddie on hole 2 to get the correct distances for the first hole.

    I can understand both the good and bad earlier reviews. The fairways have always been on the harder side (good since you need the additional distance) and I have seen drives land in the middle of the fairway only to careen left or right into a fairway trap or woods. Also, many of the areas just off the fairways are rocky / weedy making recovery shots difficult.

    But, everything does seem to be greening up at the same pace as many other local courses and there are some memorable holes. Staff was friendly and the price was right – they even had a $29 rate before 7am.

    Dry and hard? Yes. Unique? OK. Inexpensive? Yup.

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  • played yesterday 6/20. Greens still pretty bumpy and tough to control. The rest of the course was in prety good shape. Fairways nice, tee boxes decent, good pace (3.5hrs), for $29 bucks it’s worth it. Bring a water bottle because it gets hot down in the valleys, especially the back side. I would say 3 to 3.5 stars

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