Valley Green Golf Course
|Red (W)||71||5031 yards||67.4||116|
|Blue M: 69.8/125||293||287||155||514||366||140||381||415||318||2869||363||415||520||193||417||569||344||439||172||3432||6301|
|White M: 67.6/119||288||281||150||500||356||135||371||388||313||2782||356||390||516||180||406||486||338||406||160||3238||6020|
|Gold M: 64.5/111||286||266||142||405||336||125||361||371||306||2598||348||350||422||161||359||451||315||391||145||2942||5540|
|Red W: 67.4/116||284||264||130||402||301||110||340||316||301||2448||301||286||421||152||320||373||307||298||125||2583||5031|
Fun, But Ragged Around The Edges
The tees are probably the only truly level ground you'll encounter on the first nine. Almost everything else slopes -- a little or a lot. The back nine, not as much.
The greens are the crown jewels of this course. Small, sloped, and sometimes bilevel, they rolled putts beautifully. Chips and pitches were predictable, and approach shots that came in at a high angle held the green. I noted almost no ball marks or scuffs.
Carts are gas powered, and the've been around the course more than a few times. Mine was fairly clean and very serviceable. No complaints.
It's easy to find your way around the course. Signage is more than adequate. Asphalt cart paths exist on all the holes, but they are old and bumpy.
I only remember two "water holes", #1 and #18, and the water only came into play on #18. Fairway and green side bunkers are present on a few holes, but not many. I luckily avoided them today; so, I can't report on the quality of the sand. The ones I noted all seemed to be well raked.
Pace of play could be a problem. I had a fast first nine; no one ahead of or behind me until I caught up to a threesome on #9. The back nine had waits at every tee with10 minute waits at the tee on #16 thru #18.
course played tough. was a windy day.its a fun course. some tight fairways but overall very nice course. very friendly