On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 8:36am I played 18-holes of golf with 2 friends at Rich Valley Golf ($24 including electric cart). I found the 10-year old course, red tees rating 68.3/slope115, frustrating: don't believe I could ever shoot a score below 100 there, with too many lost balls. The majority of shots have to be accurately placed: you have to hit the green on par 3s; avoid tall grass wetland areas and water reservoir in front of tees and greens; and avoid lateral hazards and out of bounds-woodland areas, sand areas, and cornfields. It was difficult to find the poorly marked holes. Play started on #10 that you take the cart tunnel under Rich Valley Road to reach. The score card had wrong yardage. The noise was annoying from trailer trucks on Interstate 81, along 6 holes, as close as 25 yards at some places. The bent grass greens were dry and fast; the fairways were in poor condition; and there were swarms of bugs in the air.
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