The Monster at Concord Resort Hotel - Resort Review

July 06th, 2012 09:39


First Name Landon
Last Name Owen
Handicap 13

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Monster indeed! It lives! My old man played this course about 30 years ago and always said it was the most difficult place he'd ever played. Most difficult, maybe. Extremely hard from the tips - you bet. I played from all the way back (not good enough to do so, but playing solo on a Tuesday a.m. with no one there, i could enjoy playing the whole course). For the money this course is worth a 2-3 hour drive. Cart paths need major repair - extremely rough ride if it's cartpath only. Other than that, no complaints. Due to terrain, it can be soggy - it's best to probably not play it after an extended period of rain. Must play!


Date course was played Tuesday 27th of September 2011
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