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"Great course"

5/15/22: Review by Brandon S.

Only my 2nd round at this course, but both times I’ve been pleasantly surprised with the condition the course is in. Fairways in great shape and the greens rolled true. Tee boxes are the only thing that need some love as they look to have had a lot of play. Fun/attackable...

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Courses that don’t require a cart?
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      360LipOut

      Hey everyone, I’m looking for decent courses out there that don’t require a cart. I enjoy getting exercise and walking around the golf course, but it seems like every place I find I’m interested in has a mandatory cart policy. Any good courses out there that don’t require you to ride a cart? I don’t mind if it has an after 12 or weekday only cart policy, just looking for some relaxation on the mandatory cart rule. I live in Mountain Island so it would be great to find one within 30 minutes of where I’m at seeing as I do have a cart-less option within 15 minutes of my place, but I’m looking for more options. Don’t really care about the price, and would prefer it not be an executive or beginner type course. Thanks.

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"Great course"

5/15/22: Review by Brandon S.

Only my 2nd round at this course, but both times I’ve been pleasantly surprised with the condition the course is in. Fairways in great shape and the greens rolled true. Tee boxes are the only thing that need some love as they look to have had a lot of play. Fun/attackable...

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