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October 6, 2005
The course was laid out well. The distance on the course was intermediate - not too long and not really short. Par threes were not simple because of the traps in front and where they were placed.
The upside to this course for us was that where our resort was located, it was right beside it. One of the par three's got used and abused by me. It was right behind where we stayed.
The downside to this course was the way they had tee times way too close to together, and also because of the work being done on the course - it was cart path only on the back nine.
I would recommend this course only if you would like a cheap place to play. If you are a scratch golfer, you will have no problem from the backs - those who shoot in the 90's the white or blues will do fine. The hardest hole would have been the par 5 on the front, because on the left, you had woods tight down the fairway and then the dog leg right had water on the right. It’s not a real tough course, but gave me trouble the first time I played it.
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Burlington, New Jersey
December 15, 2004
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New Bern, North Carolina
March 27, 2004
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