Redland Golf & Country Club
|Blue M: 71.1/122||393||423||356||215||343||392||525||154||476||3277||452||173||369||451||527||384||193||373||414||3336||6613|
|White M: 69.5/117 W: 71.6/122||378||406||341||193||327||359||509||126||462||3101||439||155||346||430||492||368||177||361||397||3165||6266|
|Red W: 67.7/114||359||376||323||177||308||334||448||105||445||2875||426||139||323||335||472||274||162||344||289||2764||5639|
Greens need a lot of work
I've played this course for many years. This is the first time this year. With all the rain I expected the greens to finally be in good shape, but I was disappointed. They raised their rates since Keys Gate closed and have not improved the conditions. This is the closest course to the upper Keys too bad we are going to have to drive further north to find a course with decent greens.
Not great, but worth playing.
The condition of the greens was acceptable, not great. Same with the bunkers and fairways. The biggest issue is the huge amount of St. Augustine growing everywhere. Chipping off that stuff right next to the green is no fun. A good layout for an older course, nothing too amazing, but some memorable holes. The trees are really nice including an impressive huge old mahogany and of course banyans all over. The guy in the pro shop was pretty rude in general, but of course that is only a small part of the experience.