The staff was very nice and always easy to deal with and talk to. They have a good practice facility with good range balls to hit before my round, which is always nice compared to the courses with worn out range balls. The fairways were plush and i caught good lies all day when I hit them. The two greens that had struggled all summer, numbers 3 and 4, had grown back in considerably. You could still see around the back edges mainly where those two greens had struggled, but that was it. I would by no means say that 3/4 greens were bad enough to avoid the course at all though, don’t get me wrong. The other greens rolled very true and were a good speed, not lightning fast by any means, but nice to putt. I played very well, and moved around in under 4 hours so all in all I was very happy with the Divide. I had read some of the reviews over the summer, where people had bashed the place over 3/4 greens and basically told people that all the greens were bad, and honestly their maintenance staff has made long strides in the right direction to getting those two greens back in shape. It was a hot dry summer after all, this course has def come a long way from the management of years past no doubt.