I had a great time playing the Nicklaus course. The Nicklaus course was much more wide open than I expected allowing for driver off of most of the par 4 and 5's. I overheard the pro-shop people saying that the Meadows course is very tight. The greens were in good condition (not burned out at all) but seemed a bit slower with not much break, so it wasn't until the second nine to just hit it straight without reading too much into it. We played the #2 tee boxes and it was a nice distance and seemed like most holes over the water was right at 210 yards. The bunkers seemed like they had decent sand.
After hole 9 it doesn't take you back to the clubhouse, so you are need to make sure to get drinks from the beverage cart when she comes around. I would have liked to see more water on each hole with how hot it was playing. It seemed like water was on every 4th hole or so?
The clubhouse staff was very courteous and helpful. The driving range had free balls and the putting areas had 2 different greens cut supposedly closer to each course.
Staying at the Marriot gave us a discount which was nice $97.98 after tax and a golf marker.
I would like to see if playing just the front 9 again would be possible as it seemed harder than the back 9.
Each of us in our 4 some had our different kids of laser and GPS devices. So that is 100% recommended as they are not provided.
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