Whip-Poor-Will Golf Course
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|White M: 67.3/119||330||170||345||315||485||402||280||498||165||2990||5980|
|Gold M: 64.4/115||315||150||295||280||420||345||250||400||155||2610||5220|
|Red W: 69.2/112||310||145||285||270||410||315||242||420||145||2542||5084|
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Nice layout but awful conditions
This might be the worst kept course in New England. Most of the time it is like playing of hard clay whether you are on the tee box, fairway or light rough. The greens are a patchwork of crab grass, dust piles, or moved grass. This makes this course only suitable for someone who has never played golf before so that they won't feel guilty about hacking their way through a round and adding a few divots.
The layout was interesting and could have made for a fun round but the extra shots taken due to the awful conditions really detract from that.
I will never return to this course and would recommend that others simply play elsewhere as the price doesn't reflect the conditions and you can play on a well maintained course for the same price or less.
A Good Course for Practice
Conditions are fair and the layout is somewhat convenient. It's definitely not worth more than a half hour drive. It's good to improve your skills, as it is a nine hole course.