I have been playing at this course for the last 10 years now and have seen every change and every employee come in and out. But I'll start with my positive from 2004 to 2007 this course was ran by a great older fellow by the name of Steve who sadly passed away from cancer. But through that time frame this was my second home. It had the best 3 starting holes with a short par 3 down the hill to a good par 4 with trees on the left and bunkers guarding the right, and the solo par five on the front that was reachable in 2 but required a shot of a lifetime to hit elevated green guarded by treens on both sides, then when it fell under 3 under par management a group who could be matched to the 3 stooges, they fired all the wonderful staff closed the restaurant which granted was more of a hangout spot to play cards and get out of crazy weather sometimes was a wonderful place to relax before or after playing, it saddens me to see this great little gem fall so far from a wonderful place to play golf to being ran by rude uncaring people who are all about the dollar instead of great service and creating a beautiful course, best of luck to Watson wranch I'd hate to see the course I grew up on go under cause this course truly could be a best kept secret with just a little effort
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