Fairways were in good shape. Having been on a golfing hiatus for the past two years, I didn’t have much trouble hitting off of them. Any trouble was linked to my degrading skills rather than the surface. Considering the horrible heat and increasingly sparse rain, I’d say the fairways looked good. The greens could use a little attention, as old divot marks and debris was somewhat plentiful. However, it didn’t do too much to affect putting. The pace on Friday morning wasn’t bad, and it allowed for us to play as a twosome. We had a twosome ahead and behind. A foursome up the way slowed things down a bit, but that was just the contrasting numbers, and it wasn’t all that abnormal. The folks behind hit into us a few times, and it really got annoying. I can understand how annoying it can be when people are going dismally slow, but there is no excuse for hitting into somebody because you’re in a hurry to be a Pro. That is dangerous. Next time I report it! 😉
In conclusion, The Warrior is a great course that won’t force you to remove an arm to play. I will definitely play this one again as I begin my re-emergence into the golf world!