Both the North and South courses are well worth playing. Both provide broad vistas, mature trees, challenging golf and helpful staff. Most would say that the North course is the one to prefer and that is quite right, but the South course has much to offer. Unfortunately, the condition of the courses is not equal. The South course seems like the poor sister, particularly as to the condition of the bunkers. Greenside bunkers had little/no sand, were seldom raked and offered hardpan like conditions on many holes. Just not good. Otherwise, things were much better, though perhaps just a bit below the conditions on the North. So, go North if you can, but you'll have a good day either way.
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