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Played Thurs. 08/31 in the GK Guru group with Keith, Sal and Nick. I was extremely surprised how good of shape the course was in being that it is the end of summer and the blistering heat they are having. Tee Boxes are in great shape, level with hardly any divot damage. Fairways are lush, but a little soft. Not much roll on your drives. Rough was not very high and easy to hit out of. Greens looked great. No divot damage on them. They had a very fine top dressing on them but did not effect any putts. They are "summer slow" this time of year. Service was excellent.
Thank you Johnny for setting this up and thank you Classic Club for having us.
Played Thurs. 08/17 and Saturday 08/19. They were in the process of aerating the greens all week, doing three or four holes per day and having temp greens on the holes they were doing that day. Were told they were doing this and got to play for twilight rates. On Saturday all greens were open. Not as much sand on them but they were bumpy. The rest of the course is in great shape. Service was very good. They are doing a lot of watering and it did bring out the mosquitoes. Thanks for the bug spray tip RDDenn
Played 08/09 with the GK Guru's. Played with Johnny, Alan, and Rob. A great bunch of guys to play with. Course is in very good shape with the exception of the sand traps. Tee Boxes, Fairways and Greens all in good shape. The greens did run quite a bit slower than last year.
Working in the service industry I really appreciate the way they go above and beyond to make you feel special here.
Our caddie Mike (Badge) was amazing. What a difference a caddie can make. He seemed to know what exactly what I wanted in a caddie in giving yardage and reading greens and had a positive attitude. Thanks Mike
I think I know where my Birthday round in March is gong to be now and I will ask for Mike.
A big thanks to the folks at Cascata for having us and a huge thanks to Johnny for making this happen
Played 08/08 from the Blue's 5,856 yards. I thought the course was in good shape. Some of the tee boxes on the front I thought were chewed up a little, but the back nine was good. Fairways were in good shape, the rough wasn't long but my ball sat down in it. The greens I thought were soft and very slow. Customer service was great. The only downside was the divot fill bottles in my cart were both empty to start you round. There was a spot to get more bottles but it was empty also
Played Fri. 06/30 Course is in very good shape overall. Tee Boxes are very good. Fairways are lush with no bare spots but there were some that were quite wet. Rough is minimal and just starting to dry out. Greens are excellent. Semi firm and pretty quick with some wicked pin placements. Was in three bunkers and all had good sand in them. Played with a couple from Phoenix and was told they plan to build Three Thousand Homes in the area
Played 06/29 Course is in good shape. Tee Boxes are nice with some divot damage on a couple of par 3 holes. Fairways are good but there was water on several of them. Greens are in good shape. They put some sand on them today (very light dusting). Was told it would probably be gone by tomorrow after they water them tonight. Was in two bunkers and both had plenty of sand in them. Saw the cart girl several times. Excellent service from her filling our cups with ice and throwing in a cold washcloth in the cooler. Very refreshing when it is 100 degrees.
Day two of my Scottsdale trip 06/28, I did a road trip down south to Tucson to play Sewailo.
Have read many good things about this course (thanks GK) that the drive would be worth it.
Course is in very good shape. Tee boxes are very good with the exception of #18. Fairways are lush with a few thin spots near the edges. The rough is pretty much dead due to the heat. The greens are excellent. Very soft and putted smooth. Good sand in the bunkers also.
Great practice area, large range, chipping area, and practice bunker. Large putting green.
Lots of water stations throughout the course. There is water that comes into play on the course, some you can see and some that sneeks up on you. The players playing the Oven17 in a few weeks are in for a treat. Great customer service.
Played Tues. 06/27 day one of my annual Scottsdale trip. I put the the course in very good condition for summer, with the exception of the rough. The rough is non exsistent. I think the summer heat last week killed it. Too many bare spots. The tee boxes are lush, the fairways are very good with a few bare spots and the greens are excellent. I was in one trap and it was a little dry. Customer service was very friendly
Day two of my Xmas present to my self. Played Bighorn yesterday and had another excellent day here at Stone Eagle. Course is amazing. Everything is in excellent shape. Our fore caddie Ned was great. Without him we would be still driving around looking for the next tee box. Fairways are cut tight, greens rolled at a medium speed and the sand was abundant. It was almost too soft. I kept digging my club in it too deep. Staff was great from the bag drop off to them putting your clubs in the trunk
I also played in the SCGA event on Mon. 5/15. Course is fantastic. Played with Keith, Brian and Steve all GKers. I can't really add too much more to Keith (sixpez) and Craig123 reviews. Our caddie Dean was very good. Trying to figure the speed on some of the greens when the slope of the mountains come into play is very confusing to me. I see a downhill put going towards the mtn. and I am told it is an uphill putt and vice versa. Course conditions were excellent and the staff was excellent. If you have an opportunity to play I highly recommend it.
Played Friday 05/05 on a golf trip with high school buddies. We stayed at the Sea Pines Resort and the golf was included. The rooms are a little outdated but nice. The food in the restaurant was good. Course is in good shape. It is a short executive course with 5 par 3's and 4 par 4's. With the exception of the first hole at only 100 yards all the other par 3's are from 160-200 yards long. Tee boxes are a little beat up but the greens were very nice.
Played 05/06 on a cold windy day. Course is in very good shape all around. Played the white tees at 6000 yards but with the wind blowing it felt like 7000 yards. It was at least a 2 club difference and it always seemed like I was hitting into wind. The surroundings and the greens are the best part of this course. Tucked into a state park with diabolical greens make this a fun track.
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