I had heard good things about Black Mesa and was looking forward to playing it. We played on April 21, 2014 so it was early in the season. Even taking into account how early it was the course was in terrible shape. There were dandelions and weeds everywhere. The tees and greens looked mostly dead and the fairways were in rough condition. It was clear that nobody had been preparing the course for the upcoming season and the day we played we didn't see anybody working on the course.
On the positive side the the course is an excellent layout with a lot of interesting holes right out in the desert. The fellow in the pro shop was friendly and helpful and gave us a discount on the green fees.
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