I played Pleasant Valley last week. The land is rolling and well used in the course design. I was surprised, however, by the number of ball marks on greens and unfilled divots in the fairways. In fact, I played a municipal course in Maryland the same week. It was much busier than Pleasant Valley and in better condition. If players can't be convinced to repair the course when they make divots and ball marks, then the course must maintain it by other means.
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