After playing a few other courses on the Big Island, I decided to give this one a shot as I like the area. It was apparent right from the first hole that what I was playing was more akin to a public city-owned course. Poor signage, lack of good hole descriptions and trashed tee boxes and fairways. In some areas, the grass had died completely and was unplayable.And as a bonus, the grounds workers kept running weed eaters and other machinery right in from of me as I was teeing off. After my round, I complained to the on-duty manager that if I was going to be relieved of +150 bucks, I expected something much nicer. he simply shrugged.
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