Pawnee Hills Golf Club
|Red (W)||36||2605 yards||34.5||109|
|Blue M: 70.2/109||475||503||303||253||323||389||503||178||283||3210||6420|
|White M: 68.0/105||442||437||277||208||301||354||468||157||257||2901||5802|
|Red W: 70.2/113||413||407||251||153||268||321||440||125||227||2605||5210|
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Picked the wrong day to golf
I hit the course at 8:00. There was no one in the club house, but the course super got me a key and said to pay after my round. Nice club house and nice course, Carts were in great shape.
I paid 15 bucks with my Big Red Golf Card for 18 and a cart.
The bugs were terrible. This area has gotten a boatload of rain this spring and the gnats were in full force. even with a breeze. I hit maybe 10 balls on the driving range before giving up. Bug spray was useless. They were a problem on the entire course
The tee boxes were in great shape, and the fairways pristine, but once I got to the first green I found that they were being plugged and sanded.
The course itself is well designed. I couldn't putt, but it was evident that the greens have contour and it makes a difference on your approach. 5 and 6 are a hard dogleg right and then a hard dogleg left. 7 is a long par 5 that is guarded by water and is challenging.
On a different day this could be a real fun course to play, but this particular day was a bust.