Since there is reduced income due to the lack of carts compared to the adjoining course, the upkeep is poor. I watched three people working on one green. I say "working", but two were supervising, which might be the root of the issue. The fairways and rough are fine; it's the greens that are suffering.
I arrived to find my round hadn't been pre-paid as it should have been, but that's probably not the course's fault.
I hired clubs, but had to ask to buy some balls. And then, when I got to the starter's stand, I realised I didn't have any tees. If I don't have clubs, there's a small chance I might not possess any of the other necessities either, guys.
Unless you're playing as part of a package, go somewhere else.
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