Braemar Country Club - Masters Course
|Black (W)||36||3220 yards||39.2||140|
|Green (W)||36||3062 yards||38.2||140|
|Silver (W)||36||2950 yards||37.6||137|
|Gold (W)||36||2741 yards||36.4||132|
|Black M: 70.9/130||380||172||381||413||367||191||443||531||342||3220||6253|
|Green M: 69.3/125||365||148||371||395||359||170||416||505||333||3062||5923|
|Silver M: 68.0/120 W: 74.4/135||350||137||364||382||348||157||401||478||333||2950||5699|
|Gold M: 66.3/115 W: 72.4/130||304||115||359||405||348||87||328||466||329||2741||5339|
Blind tee shots
Played the US Open and Masters through ClubCorp. First few holes went pretty well until we ran into a group of inconsiderate, arrogant and typical country club stuck ups. That's because we started 20 min after that group. By the time we got to the ninth tee, they must have been at least 2 groups behind the group in front of them. When we asked if we could play through, they said it's because of the (invisible) group in front of them and marched on while cracking jokes. Nothing ruins round of golf faster than slow play.
The course itself is very challenging with lots of blind tee shots. The carts didn't come with navigation so I relied on using my range finder a lot. The greens were slippery due to a tournament play, but fairways were on the average side. The course would be fun if you can stay engaged.
It's another beautiful day at Braemar
Being that we are in a drought, this course is in very good shape. Greens are fast and smooth.
Muni-course that is Private
The only thing good about this course is that it is private and the pace of play is good and the greens are in decent condition. But the layout and the lack of GPS for the course leave too many blind-shots and leaves too much to the imagination. I would not be a paying member for this country club (at least from strictly a golfing vantage point). Overall facility is again like a muni course which just happens to be private. Next....