It was a wet morning. Greens were super slow and lumpy (not true). Needed a mow badly. But conditions were good. Quite a lit of ground under repair and some standing water on some par 3s. But for the money, a surprisingly good round. Course itself is very forgiving...
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that is a perfect example…That is where I wonder if Ballentyne and Springfield have a different type of mini verde, or different soil underneath, or just maintain it differently, etc….
I played Gastonia this morning, and the ball just releases on everything regardless…But, like you, I have played springfield, and been able to stop the ball how I need to…
I have not played ballentyne in a long, long time…
I am def not a grass expert..or a golf one for that matter…just curious as the difference between the different courses when all the clubs say they have the same grass now.