I had the pleasure of playing with my 16 yr old son. We started off partnered with a couple. And after the first hole I was told my son didn't belong on the course so they played ahead of us. Needless to say teenagers don't play their best with strangers so after the 2nd hole he was at his regular pace & we played the balance of our game on the tails of the so called "professional" couple. "Politeness" should be part of golf etiquette. The staff was friendly and the course provided the challenge and atmosphere for a great afternoon.
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