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Adobe Creek Golf Course
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Reviewed 27 October 2013

I turned up on a gorgeous autumn Saturday. As a single player I was well accommodated despite it being busy.
The layout of the course was pretty good for this type of gated community course built on farmland. Holes 4 - 9 meander through the residential part the others being open farmland.
Greens are good.
Fairways are shocking. Nobody seems to replace divots and being open to all standards there are some deep holes.
Pace of play is variable. There were some really slow groups holding things up. I managed to play through and got round in an acceptable 3:45 for a Saturday morning.
Value - not great. $80 for the round and rental set of cheap unbranded clubs was too much for the course.
Course on the whole is easy to play and as a visitor on a short business trip just fine. It wouldn't be fun for a lower handicap player on a regular basis.
I'd just change 2 things - get people to sort the fairways out and get several marshals on the course to monitor the slow groups of relatively high handicap / inexperienced players.

Thank Tonylinford
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

Adobe is a nice place but the golf course isn't very challenging and the green fees are a little high for what you're getting.

Thank TanzAm
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Reviewed 15 May 2013

For a municipal course the greens were in terrific shape about medium speed. most puts ended up being straight even though you think you see a slight break. the fairways are wide open with a few strategic traps for the long hitters. The small club house and patio was fine and the people friendly. Four hours to play on a Wednesday. Great practice facility and it was 84.00 fro two seniors to play 18/cart. I shot an honest 77 as the greens were holding well and I got a lot of roll on the drives. I love this little course and wish I had time to stay in the area to play ti again. They charge you $2.00 for the golf cart key that is refunded at the end of play. Strange, but if it works for them, fine I recommend this course for any level golfer and hope the locals support it as it is a very forgiving golf course. The price is very fair for the course.

Thank James H
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Reviewed 10 December 2012

At Adobe creek they par 5's are long and wide open so you can swing for the moon. Lots of challenging well kept greens make for a fun quick round of golf.

Thank Speel
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Reviewed 25 October 2012

Course has re-opened, but club house, grill and the big pro shop is closed. There is a small shop at the range for sodas and snacks. Course is in good condition after having been closed for a couple of years. Owners here are the owners of Rooster Run and Windsor.

Thank oldtravelinggolfer
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