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Latest Golf Course Review
Seeing MichaelKo’s recent post made me eager to get out to the Glass. Went out and played Spyglass Hill this morning with a slightly earlier tee time (8:30) than normal. Course is in excellent shape as expected. Fairways were a perfect ten. Just slightly better than Ridge Creek which I played again yesterday. Greens had been recently punched with the tiny holes and light sanding. Didn’t greens still rolled smooth at a very fast pace. They said they were rolling at an 11 but they had to be closer to a 13. The tiny holes didn’t affect putts at all.

Tee boxes are always spectacular at The Glass and overall are probably the best in the business on a continuous basis.

Sand traps were disappointing. I was in SEVERAL bunkers and there were a handful that were damp with compact sand. Not the worst thing but not what you would expect from a track like this.

Rough…. OMG was it brutal!! Only about 3” thick but like Velcro. Very penal.
POP was right at 4-4 ¼ hours. We waited early on the twosome in front of us then their caddie got them moving along at a nice pace. We never saw the group behind us after the second hole when we were waiting on the third tee box.

COVID – back to normal. Cups at normal depth, rakes in the bunkers, caddies available and beverage cart out and about.

Spyglass Hill is a great walk (CPO if you take a cart) and always recommended.
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