This course is less than ten years old, and while the greens, fairways, and tee boxes are in good condition, the bunkers are falling apart.
We were playing on a Tuesday, and they had not had any raking for quite a while.
That's not too bad, normally, esp. for a week day round, but there is some kind of fibrous matting under the sand, and it's sticking out of the sand in many places. This not only causes huge problems when you're trying to get out of the bunker, it makes it difficult to rake after you've finished.
They need to direct some of their money into the bunkers.
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