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“Good golf course, with very good 19th hold”

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Rock Springs Ridge Golf Club
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Reviewed 8 August 2013

This course may not be the most difficult, but it is a nice course to have a friendly game and enjoy the scenery and wildlife as you walk or ride between holes. The grounds are pretty well maintained, and while it is not the most challenging course, it is good for a less stressful game of fun while still practicing your swing. It also has a nice putting green, and the golf club has a good little café and golf shop for relaxing after your game.

1  Thank Nancy B
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Reviewed 30 June 2013

Worst course I have ever played. The staff is rude, course is in therrible condition. The cashier would not open the pro shop until 6:50 AM despite taking a 7:00 tee time. He also attempted to charge us $10 more than the rate we booke don line.The greens are more fungus than grass. The fairways and tees are more weeds than grass. No drinlk cart and the bartender explained that it was due to budgets issues. They have nine holes of frisbee golf and looks as though they should convert the other 18 holes to the same.

2  Thank Steve J
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Reviewed 5 April 2013 via mobile

Played this course during early April. Course was empty and turned the round in 3.5 hours.

Layout is basic, very few "challenging" holes. Most holes are driver then mid-iron or wedge.

The greens were fast but need a lot of work. A mix of grasses and new repair patches littered some greens. The fairways were okay but the rough is left untouched. The course has loads of potential with the right superintendent.

The best appeal: the North 9 is very natural with abundant wildlife. And we were able to see a pair of majestic bald eagles on the back 9 nesting on above the 17th green!

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Reviewed 12 March 2013

Played this course 3 years ago when it had 27 holes. Now has 18 holes and conditions are improving. Challenging layout for any level of golfer. Greens are in fair condion on front nine and in good condition on back nine. Fairways also improving with backside better. Staff very friendly and accomodating. Enjoyed course so much we actually played 36 holes that day. Nice to see the current staff are bring this course back from near death. in 3-4 months it will be back in the hidden gem category.Definitely will play when I return to the area in October

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Reviewed 6 August 2012

I have played this course approximately 5 times. The most recent occasion was the prior Saturday morning. They are running a special for $29.95 + tax, which includes 18 holes plus cart, plus a buffett lunch and drink (soda or one draft beer). When I called, they did not mention that green fees plus cart on a Saturday are $24.00, which would have been nice to know.

The course is in mediocre shape. The greens are generally in marginal condition, however they are poor on a few holes. The course should be in great shape with a little attention to details. They were not busy, at all. We had a tee time at 7:24, but teed off a few minutes prior. We were the second group on the course. One redeeming quality, if you are learning to play, you will not feel bad if you leave a divot, as the course is not immaculate.

Customer service in the clubhouse is acceptable, althought the cashier was running late, so we did not pay until the turn, which is a minor inconvenience. On this day, they had someone working the beverage cart, which was a welcome change from the last time we played (6 weeks prior). Beer runs $3.00 for Coors Light or Michelob Ultra in a 12 oz can. The starter is a nice elderly gentleman, and we chated with him for a few minutes.

The buffett lunch was all you can eat, pulled pork, hot dogs, fresh fruit salad, homemade chips, and dessert. The chef and bartender were attentive and accomodating. The food was good.

RSR is worth a play, but it is not in the best shape. If you are local, I would give it a try.

3  Thank SeminoleJP
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