Mr Wolf, since you aimed your comment at me…I never said you worked for a course. I simply said courses do not seem to be very up front about their course conditions. I haven’t played Caledonia so I did not, could not, make any comment about how good or bad Caledonia’s conditions are. It has been my experience in my 34 years of playing in the World Am that leads me to believe the courses let the WA committee think they are in good condition when they are not. Same for the paying public. You show up at a course, pay full price only to find that the greens are mostly dirt, weeds knee high growing around bunkers, tee boxes mostly sand. Why would they not tell you…cause, as you said, they operate to make a profit. It helps to know locals who can advise you on course conditions.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by Rick Kimbrell.