Red Bridge Golf and Country Club Review

May 17th, 2010 08:32


First Name JC
Last Name Whaley
Handicap 0

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This course has potential but is not at all finished. It is almost like they rushed to open. The cart path to the back nine is ROUGH gravel. Almost need a four wheeler to get thru. There are dirt and sand piles throughout the course. There is nothing COUNTRY CLUB about it except it is in the country. You start at hole one with a Par 3...that was different? There is no map on the score card, which means on a few holes you are hitting blind (Dogleg 18 for ex.) The staff and even some guest were very rude. We had a player tell us that we needed to move our cars which we said we would be happy to after we checked in. This person runs in and tells the manager like an elementary tattle tail. We were obstructing no vehicles or blocking anyone from exiting the lot. Don't really understand that one. For $4 more you can play Rocky River that actually has a club house and not a trailer acting as one. The Membership fee is $7500...for what I do not know. Three of the last four greens were dead and looked molded. Good luck getting grass this year! It was just a disappointment to me and the group that I played with. For the money Eagle Chase in Marshville is better deal($36).


Date course was played Sunday 16th of May 2010
Price paid for golf 49
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