Brick Landing Plantation - Semi-Private Review

May 06th, 2010 10:44


First Name Gary
Last Name Richrath
Handicap 11

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I gave this course 1 star for each category because I could not figure out how to give it 0 stars. I think what happened here is that there wasn't enough room to contstruct fairways. All you really have is tee boxes and greens. The fairways are, like, 15 yards wide. So, I agree with the other reviewer that the marshland could not be disturbed, and there wasn't enough land to properly construct a course. All fair enough, but the people who bought houses there and have to play there try to say that this course is designed for the better player. The problem is, they are 90 years old. Better player? Really, Gus?? What do you hit from 150 - 3 iron?


Date course was played Wednesday 15th of July 2009
Price paid for golf 70
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Play Again No
Recommend No

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