This course didn't seem as well maintained as some other reviews state. Several fairways were hard and had large brown spots and the Canada geese were EVERYwhere and so was their droppings. Gross. It really takes away from the enjoyment of the game when you have to constantly watch where you walk and hope the ball doesn't land in it. Most tee boxes were covered with it. I didn't get an answer to my question about whether or not this was seasonal and bad timing on my part but September isn't the best month for the course even though the weather was fabulous! It could be a much pretty course but needs a little tlc. The famous hole #15 was, however, well kept and the view was fantastic! I even made the shot over the water easily from the ladies tee. I live in a resort community in Texas with 4 courses around me so my expectations of how a course should look are pretty high. Goose poop aside, Lakeridge was still a challenging course with several holes side by side allowing errant golf balls to stray into other fairways or greens. I would like to play again without geese present. Heard lots about marmots running around the course but we saw none. Liked the gps on the carts. Pro shop staff very friendly.
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