Forty-Niner Golf & Country Club - Private Review


May 14th, 2012 22:37

Reviewer

First Name Tom
Last Name M
Handicap 3

Course Review and Comments

Due to economic hardship, this little piece of history is in rough shape. That being said, you can see that the turf conditioning and management has been top notch for a long time. I shot a 73 with dry fairways, but those same fairways allowed a little bit of "Scottish style" bump and run play. Be creative and you'll have a quiet round on a course with real history designed by someone who also designed Sandpiper, Torrey Pines, Newport Beach C. C. and Rancho Bernardo to name a few.

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Date course was played Sunday 13th of May 2012
Price paid for golf 20
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Play Again Yes
Recommend No

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