Blue Heron Pines
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A little gem
This executive 18 course is perfect for a quick afternoon round to work on your short game. Greens are in great condition, very fast.
Dan, the starter, very friendly and helpful.
The staff is always vey helpful and very easy to work with. We appreciate it.
First time playing
The price of courses in the area this is a fair price for an executive course. Started out behind eight players but moved along reasonably well just enjoying the weather and being able to play. I would say this course was in fair shape with the Dry season the Greens were good but slow but you have to adapt. Would play there again for the rate.
The Dunes on Sanibel
The layout is challenging and interesting. Lots of water which we enjoyed. The greens were generally ok with several that had sod pieces cut in. We did the twilight for $80 per person and I would say the max I would pay is $50. Large bucket of balls $14, ridiculous and the ,oat I have ever paid. A course like this with green fees as they are range balls should be complimentary.
Most likely will not go back until someone can tell me the greens are in much better shape.