David L. Baker Memorial Golf
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Greens are improving.
Most of the greens are in great shape and the ball is rolling on line. Unfortunately, more gofers need to repair their ball marks.
Squirrels will terrorize you
The course was very slow paced. Tee time was at 9:22 and we didn’t get out until closer to 9:40. Short course but slow. No Marshal speeding up play. But it is a public course. What can you expect. Price was okay for a 9:22 tee time. Greens were just sanded so that was another issue. The fairways were okay, dirt patches and mud in some areas. But the worse part was the squirrels. Them are savages. Will literally jump in your cart while you are in it and take your snacks. No joke, saw one steel some crackers from the group in front of us and carry them up a tree. Funny stuff.
Overall, I saw 2.5 stars.
The hard, thin fairways give a golfer lots of roll. The greens are very soft, thick and slow allowing for many three putts. We found the sand bunkers were more like dirt bunkers with very hard bottoms. All of the tee ball markers were set way forward. The best part of our golf day was that it wasn't very crowded and we finished in 3 hours, ten minutes. Also, it was a good value.
This was a great course for my 8 year old son with moderate experience. Short holes but fun to play.
I went to play a fun round on Sunday at an executive course. Waiting on every hole for two teams to finish was not fun. So I was trying to get a raincheck or credit but because we booked through golfnow, could not get anything. So book it through them or don’t play on weekends. At least the staff were trying to accommodate us because they understood, (their words) “brutal” pace of play. Course conditions were whatever you get for the money in an executive course— nothing too bad, nothing too great.
Great for beginners, old people and those of us in rehab.
Well, summer is here and the grounds are getting brown in more spots. The putting greens are not real smooth. BUT, you can't beat it for the price... the folks who work there are very nice. Today it was really hot and they close the "small eating area" and couldn't order water, as there was a Wedding in the "BIG" room, attached to the small lunch size separate area. So, no water. Otherwise, fun.
Played while visiting family in the area. Found the course to be well groomed, play to be well paced and would be remiss if I didn't mention the ducks and squirrels that approach you on the course. Made for a wonderful afternoon of golf with my husband.
Enjoyed the round.
I played with a friend and we had a great time. The course was not busy and we did not wait on any tee areas until the last three holes. The sand traps are difficult to play from. To me this is the area that this course most improve: the sand traps....
nice executive course
great for practicing on your short games and driving with 8 reachable par 4s.
Nice day for golf.
Baker's greens are in good shape, fairways okay... not too much rough, but clumps can be bothersome.
Fun to play today. Pacing was nice. Not overly busy.