Abercrombie Golf Club
|White (W)||73||6052 yards||75.3||133|
|Red (W)||73||5505 yards||72.0||126|
|Blue M: 69.7/119||360||444||349||498||164||442||595||190||352||3394||174||381||396||334||349||161||388||459||364||3006||6400|
|White M: 68.2/115||358||373||343||472||143||420||549||168||341||3167||172||332||380||324||326||161||367||459||364||2885||6052|
|Red M: 65.1/109||344||358||329||398||125||410||497||140||310||2911||153||289||309||294||316||161||301||423||348||2594||5505|
|Yellow W: 68.1/115||344||324||290||398||125||403||438||110||278||2710||148||262||309||294||262||161||301||419||348||2504||5214|
While a number of significant provincial championships have been played on this course, overall I was not impressed. Fairways and greens were in good shape and the greens held the ball well. Greens were moderately fast. What took away from the enjoyment of the course were the number of blind shots - both from the tee as well as into the green.For a player who only plays this course occasionally this would prove disconcerting and make the round more challenging (and longer) that it need to, especially if not playing with a member. There si not much of a difference between tee boxes making the course even more challenging for those wanting to play off the forward tees. Doubtful if I would drive the 90 minutes to play again.