Perhaps in fairness, golfing here in January one shouldn't expect much as the fairways are burnt, the tee boxes are in deplorable condition and, what's sad, garbage is littered everywhere on the periphery of the course.
In fact, although workers are apparent on the course doing tree planting, etc., they seem not at all interested in the type of maintenance one would expect a good course to have.
No ball washers on the first nine, no drinking water, confusing directional signs and poor sand bunkers, among other annoyances, make for an unpleasant experience.
November 30, -0001
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