A. H. Blank Golf Course
|Red (W)||72||5647 yards||70.2||116|
|Blue M: 72.0/124||435||405||160||415||200||355||565||435||550||3520||390||345||550||395||130||375||510||165||365||3225||6745|
|White M: 70.6/123||420||390||140||400||185||340||550||420||535||3380||370||330||530||380||125||360||490||150||350||3085||6465|
|Gold M: 67.5/115||385||350||135||360||180||300||510||385||500||3105||340||295||457||345||120||320||440||140||310||2767||5872|
|Red W: 70.2/120||370||340||125||350||170||290||495||365||485||2990||320||275||447||330||110||310||430||135||300||2657||5647|
A Classic Larry Packard Design
Probably one of the Easier Larry Packard Designed courses i have played. Not a lot of big hills or tilted fairways. Not even an S shaped PAR 5 which was his trade mark.
It is a good Municipal course. Nothing fancy. Not a resort. No great scenery, just golf. Yes it has clover and crab grass on it. The greens roll pure.
One thing I realized today that is common to all the Larry Packard courses I have played is the use of Honey Sickle Trees. They grow fast but the big pods stink on a golf course. But every Packard course has them and seldom do you see them on any other golf course.
You know what you're getting
Decent golf course for the money. You will be challenged with some trees, as it is an established course. The course does have holes with options on them so you can play it as aggressively as you would like. Not overly expensive, but would call it a well kept course.