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"Great course"

6/15/24: Review by GinMillDJ

Tee boxes could use a little TLC. Fairways were in very good shape. Although we weren’t in a lot of bunkers, they were in good shape. Fluffy sand. Greens were recently sanded so they played pretty slow and a little bumpy. But not very many blemishes or dead spots. Friendly...

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this time of year be sure to call any golf course you choose to see if they have punched the greens. many do at the end of sept beginning of oct. takes about 3 weeks to heal. played fox den (30 min north of charlotte) great conditions and female friendly. great layout. don’t let eagle chases pictures fool you. very fair course and the ladies tees will give you the advantage. open fairways no blind shots (no houses either). carolina lakes has huge fast greens, but if you don’t get it on the right tier watch the score rise. use clickitgolf.com (via the links here on Bman’s site) to buy rounds cheaper than at the proshop most times.

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6/15/24: Review by GinMillDJ

Tee boxes could use a little TLC. Fairways were in very good shape. Although we weren’t in a lot of bunkers, they were in good shape. Fluffy sand. Greens were recently sanded so they played pretty slow and a little bumpy. But not very many blemishes or dead spots. Friendly...

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