My husband and I played Eagle Lakes recently. The course was in good shape when we went but nine of the greens had just been fertilized with something that resembled coarse sea salt. Good luck putting on that! It would have been nice to have gotten a warning when we called in to book a round. Thankfully the other nine hadn't been treated as yet. The course was beautiful otherwise and challenging too. Pretty empty but that could've been because of the fertilizing. We were able to finish in 3 and a half hours even with me taking photos of all the wildlife.... alligators, all kinds of birds, and a stunning pair of bald eagles. Unfortunately, those were the only eagles of the day for us. No bunkers really, just large patches of sand that you also drive through sometimes. Have to be careful to just pick your ball off of them since they're pretty hard.
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