I know it's Florida and keeping greens in good shape is tough, but they could do better. They were uneven, with exposed sand showing through and so hard that it was almost impossible to repair pitch marks. (Good news, you had to really hit one up there to leave a mark. Bad news, enough players did so that there were many, many marks.) Also, the first two holes are incredibly badly marked. I could not figure out where to aim my tee shot on either one, even with the help of the on-cart GPS, and wound up way off track despite hitting the ball pretty much where I was aiming, for once. (A few holes from the end I found an overview of the course, which would have helped - hidden on the GPS, not on the back of the scorecard - which is printed sideways for some odd reason.) The fairways are wide and in decent shape. Lots of water on the front nine, less so on the back, and no real rough assuming you stay out of the palm trees. (There's some spinach-like stuff that passes for rough on a few holes, but it's only an inch and a half deep and super easy to hit from with at most a one-club effect on distance and no grabbing of the hosel.) It was relatively uncrowded on a weekday April afternoon and I finished in three hours, which was great.
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