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B-Man’s Review of The Divide Golf Club on 9/4/17

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  • The Divide Golf Club

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    Date: 9/4/17 Mon Afternoon
    Overall Rating:

    "Below average"
    Conditions: Poor - significant issues
    Pace: 3 1/2 Hours
    Cost: $29
    Username: B-Man
    Profile: Golf Addict (more than once a week)
    Handicap: 6
    Today's Score: 83
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    I wanted to get a late afternoon round in on Labor Day and most courses were packed. This course is 5 minutes from my house so I took a chance, knowing conditions have not been good. Well somehow The Divide managed to not meet even my low expectations. The greens were atrocious. They *averaged* a 3 out of 10 — meaning several were virtually unplayable due to long grass, sand and rough spots. Several bunkers were unplayable due to mud and dried riverbed condition. Fairways and rough were thick and not recently mowed. Tee boxes had also not been cut recently. The course looked very neglected. I fear for the future of this course, to be honest. We’ve seen Regent Park close a neighborhood course and turn it over to developers. The same could happen here if they don’t spend money to get it back to playable condition. The best thing I can say about my round is that Kent in the pro shop was very nice and told me I could start on the back 9 so my pace of play would be good. That was very much appreciated!

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  • I’m such a golf nerd I still look at this site even though I live in Scottsdale now. It’s so funny to see golfers – especially the BMan – continue to try the Divide despite decades of awful conditions. It’s like Lucy with the football – when are you guys going to learn. Divide is bad. It was bad. It will be bad. It may always be bad. I guess the “may” is what keeps people coming back, but with literally dozens of courses in Charlotte that are good, at least 10 that approach great or at least really good, why?

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