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Eagle Chase Golf Club


"Great course"

11/3/22: Review by Golfmusician

Played Eagle Chase for the first time yesterday. I had heard about the elevation changes, but I wasn't expecting as much as I saw. If you're a straight hitter, you'll have no problems here. If not, plan on losing balls. The Bermuda rough can be brutal, and if you get in...

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There are simply 2 camps: 1) Play ready golf, no excuses for spending too much time, we’re not pro’s and our livelihood doesn’t depend on our results, we love golf but we would rather spend 4-5 hours playing than 5-6 hours playing, we don’t like waiting, and waiting, and waiting to hit a shot 2) We are here to enjoy ourselves, we love the camaraderie, what’s the hurry, my ball got lost so I need to look for it

So we should have 2 types of courses, or 2 types of play even if on different days. Fast Play: 4-4 1/2 hour max, enforced, sorry if you don’t like it, but get out of the way. And Slow Play: the round may take 5 hours, don’t sweat it, quit trying to push the pace.

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Eagle Chase Golf Club


"Great course"

11/3/22: Review by Golfmusician

Played Eagle Chase for the first time yesterday. I had heard about the elevation changes, but I wasn't expecting as much as I saw. If you're a straight hitter, you'll have no problems here. If not, plan on losing balls. The Bermuda rough can be brutal, and if you get in...

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