Course Review and Comments
My scores of "5" are all based on the cost of the 9-hole round, which was $9. I've played at resort courses for $125 for 18 where the course was in impeccable condition, the clubhouse had all the latest gear, balls, etc. ($75 per golf shirt on sale), the beer list was impressive with imports galore each costing $12 - you have the idea, the resort courses were a golfer's and vacationers paradise where it was quite easy to drop $200. If you have a strong taste for the finer things in life and are basically a golf snob or a low handicapper, then the Hazy is not for you. However, if you want to spend less than $10, enjoy the game, want to walk around a course that really is in quite beautiful area with hawks flying, bullfrogs croaking, etc., is well maintained (but not impeccable), and where the golfers and the clubhouse staff are blue collar guys and gals who are friendly, genuine, and non-elitist, then I suggest you go spend a couple hours at Hazy Hills and have a ball. It is beautiful, it is fun, and it walkable and good exercise. And if you play it instead of the $50 per round courses that are popular in the Blo/No area, you just might just be able to save enough money to afford to go play at that resort course! And by the way, the first poster is way wrong. People do not play without shirts and the manager, Wade, will kick a jackass off the course in a minute. People who play Hazy regularly respect the game and have fun time playing golf - so, its not filled with a bunch of Yayhoos without shirts who are more interested in drinking beer thatn playing golf.
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