Cedar Ridge Golf Course
|Blue M: 71.1/124||490||400||200||490||395||205||380||430||355||3345||350||170||535||157||380||600||430||435||500||3557||6902|
|White M: 69.6/121 W: 75.4/135||470||380||180||480||380||195||360||430||345||3220||330||140||500||150||365||567||410||415||480||3357||6577|
|Red M: 64.0/104 W: 69.2/122||376||304||144||384||312||156||288||340||276||2580||264||112||400||114||310||535||328||332||400||2795||5375|
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Driving range review only
Firstly, the mats provided here are awful. Being winter, I can understand needing mats but at Cedar Ridge the mats are hard as concrete with no driving tees. If there was a driving tee, it is either shredded beyond use or smashed into the mat.
The size of the bucket was good for the price, but when the mats you hit the balls off are so poor is it really a good buy?
The putting green appeared fine at first, being winter weather, but upon getting to any of the holes I realized they were filled to the brim with ice. If it had rained recently this would be understandable, however it has not rained here in more than a week.
Finally, the staff at the clubhouse I found to be rude. Not wearing a mask, and unfriendly. The bare minimum couldn't have been met here.
Overall, very dissatisfied with the range. Ill rank the course at 4 stars to give it the benefit of the doubt, but I do not recommend the range to anyone wanting to enjoy themselves.