Snee Farm Country Club
|Blue M: 72.7/134||416||485||373||170||410||610||165||375||377||3381||392||203||357||529||388||417||516||198||414||3414||6795|
|White M: 70.8/128||387||467||347||160||370||576||148||358||360||3173||374||178||344||500||371||400||486||175||385||3213||6386|
|Gold M: 67.8/120||335||465||332||133||305||504||120||342||331||2867||351||142||315||465||345||327||463||135||357||2900||5767|
|Red W: 69.8/124||309||415||271||120||260||436||104||310||309||2534||329||78||256||428||316||354||417||135||329||2642||5176|
Course surviving horrible weather year.
January was one of the coldest on record; summer is one of the wettest on record. The greens (redone about a year and a half ago) are really starting to fill nicely. The layout is fun, with clever placements of water hazards. The course was aerated in early July, but all of the rain is helping growth. Unfortunately all of the rain has also slowed the greens. Construction work on #10 should help with drainage in that fairway.
The bar food is great and the staff members are wonderful..
Good bones, mediocre conditions
The layout is traditional with some interesting holes around ponds and marshes. The greens were nicely shaped but bumpy. No rough and the fairways were baked and patchy. Wide and forgiving.
Average course in below average conditions. The fairways were not great.
New greens, should be good in 12 months or so. Would say go to Dunes West or Rivertowne instead.