Labor day 2012 was a dissapointment at Cimarrone Golf Course. The course has a great layout, and is visually nice. But on a very busy holiday, they had no starter, or was too distracted to do what a starter does, and no marshals to try to keep play moving. Too many singles and two-somes going off the tee. Most courses will pair incomplete groups together to help with the pace of play. There were groups holding up play which made several of us quit after 14 holes. After quiting on #14 and driving through getting back to the club house it was obvious one group was at least 2 holes behind. Earlier, while I was going to the first tee, a group coming off #9 stopped the "starter" complaining about the pace of play and how the group in front of them was playing the tips when they probably should not have been. I don't think the starter did anything about it. Cimarrone is a good value eventhough the greens on the back nine or struggling badly. Just don't expect the same service that you would normally get in the area or what the course deserves.
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