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Played River Birch Tuesday, 4/19/21, tee time of 10:55am. Temperature ranged from start of 55-64 at end of round. Wind was the major factor that day, windy at 10-12 miles per hour with gusts up to 23 miles per hour. The staff gave excellent efficient service and we teed off a couple minutes early. Walking the course was great just windy.

Course conditions are great, the tee boxes, fairways and greens are in very good condition and the sand traps looked in excellent shape with rakes and were kept raked by players. Played a decent round and though windy totally enjoyed playing the course!
Played River Birch Golf Course today, 3/22/21. Tee time of 10:40, weather was cold, with light rain at times snow melting on contact, temperatures ranged from 35 at tee time up to 43 degrees. Layered up and good to go. Played the blue tees which worked out fine, POP was 3 3/4 hrs, had a good round.

Course conditions have improved making the round even more enjoyable. Greens rolled fairly smoothly with a few bumps, the fairways seem more lush and rolled well even with the rain. There was no puddling anywhere, traps appeared firm, but was never in any.

Cannot wait to play again,
Played Lakeview Golf Club today, 3/19/2021, played a little better the second time. Walked the course with a tee time of 11:25, POP was 3 1/3 with very light rain off and on through 1st 12 holes. There was a foursome teeing off after me, saw them approaching the second tee box, did not see them again.

The course conditions were very similar other then a little wet, had no puddling of water with less roll in the fairways and the greens held better and rolled a little slower, more medium pace. The one down fall was the traps which were fairly hard but had no puddling of water.

Enjoyed the walk and play. Plan on playing again in a couple weeks.
Played 18 at Eagle Hills for the first time! Customer service was friendly professional and got our threesome registered quickly and we teed off at 12:25 ahead of our tee time of 12:30. POP was 3 1/2 walking. Price was good at $38 which I thought was very worthwhile.

In general the tee boxes were hit and miss, sandy with some severe divot damage, the fairways were in good condition with a few divot marks, the rough ranged from 1 to 1 1/2 inches but playable with firm strokes. The sand traps were in very good to excellent shape soft and deep, the best traps yet. The greens were in overall decent condition, bumpy at times with a few thin spots. But the superintendent has done an excellent job getting them back in shape considering they had just put anti fungal on them last spring and the irrigation system went down for four days burning a lot of the grass. They cannibalized the practice green to repair a lot and have worked really hard getting them back in decent to good condition.

The course whines through a housing development and is tree lined throughout with some generous some tight fairways with plenty of sand traps and water on multiple holes! Truly enjoyed the round and plan on playing again! It is my next favorite course after River Birch!
Played Lakeview Golf Club this afternoon, 3/13/21, very enjoyable round though I just played ok. Weekend round of $39 is very reasonable I walked today, carts are $15 to ride. The bar and grill offer good food and drink. Our tee time was 12:20, teed off a little early, round took 4 hours and only waited at a couple holes.

The course whines through homes which can come into play. There are trees along the majority of fairways and some fairways are tight. There is water in play on multiple holes both front and back nines. The tee boxes were mixed, some very sandy under minor repair and some had a fair amount of divot damage. Many doglegs throughout both nines adding challenges and thoughtful play! The rough was short maybe 1” to 1 1/2 inches, the fairways are much easier to hit from due to the many trees. The greens were soft to firm but would hold a good shot. The greens are fast to medium fast with lots of slopes, best to put up. The greens mainly slope from back to front.

Overall impression of Lakeview is it is an enjoyable and challenging course. Looking for the tee boxes to improve was the only drawback of the course. I stayed away from the sand traps but the players with me found the sand fairly soft and not shallow!

Will play Lakeview again.
Played River Birch Golf Course Monday March 8th. Morning tee time of 10:16 it was still 39 degrees so layered up and was comfortable. Started out on the back nine which had more elevation changes and tree lined though the fairways were generous in width. Tee boxes were in good condition and the fairways were a little thin in spots but overall very nice grass. There were a couple of streams in in play and the rough was short 1-1 1/2 inches but loved to hold on to your ball. The trees can come into play if you are not in the fairways. The greens were firm and became faster as the day warmed up.

The front nine was more open but had trees on multiple holes, with a pond and a stream on the first hole that comes into play for longer hitters. Multiple holes had doglegs which added to the course both on the front and back nine. The greens definitely became faster but not unfairly so.

Overall my favorite course so far and it is within 2 miles of our new home. Price was very reasonable at $30.00, which is average for this area. Plan on playing two or three more courses over the next week, more reviews to come!
Played Desert Canyon Golf Course Friday March 5th, in Mountain Home 40 miles South East of Boise. The sun was out , but so was the wind of 15 miles with gusts up to 23 miles per hour. The courses front nine is tree lined with fairly wide fairways. The rough is tougher to hit out of but with firm strokes definitely fair, and there was a few streams running along and across the fairways that come into play. The tee boxes were in good condition but early in the season. The greens firm and rolled faster as the day progressed. Our tee time was 10:45 am.

The back nine lived up to the courses name having far less trees, desert conditions with sage brush and sand if you land outside the first layer of rough, with a canyon running through the back nine. Nice change and definitely added some additional challenges. Staying in the fairway was a definite plus on the back nine. Finished the round in 4:15 minutes so our group of 5 played a decent pace.

Overall I would definitely play this course again. Once the trees leaf out the beauty will go up!
Played this afternoon taking advantage of the great twilight deal of $16.00. The staff were very friendly and helpful, the restaurant staff were friendly and helpful as well. The staff were very flexible at getting me out before a foursome, but the afternoon was busy. was paired with another single and we went out at 2:30 PM. The front 9 played very slowly, 2 hours and 45 minutes, we waited at each hole for 2 - 5 minutes before hitting and sometimes waiting in the fairways too, the back 9 was a different story with due to the cold wind that was blowing all afternoon. Was able to walk over and tee up immediately, with no waiting at any hole. POP was 4:40 minutes, with the back 9 taking 1 hour 45 minutes.

Tee boxes: were mainly level with just a few that took a moment or two to find a level spot to tee from, but the grass was lush with only a few having divot damage that I poured the sand / seed mix into.

Fairways and rough: the fairways at times had some divot damage, but were mainly in great shape, the rough had some areas with bare spots, but mainly pretty thick, and challenging to hit out of, which was frequent being the course is very tight.

Greens and sand-traps: The greens except for new ball marks, from a couple groups playing before, that were not repaired amazed me, repaired minimum of three to four each hole sometimes more. But they were rolling very smooth and true and Fast, took about three holes to adjust. The sand-traps, was never in one, all looked to be in good shape, the sand was fairly soft from what I could tell watching my playing partners hit out of 3 traps.

Recommend this course, enjoyable but be ready for the tight and windy conditions.
Played Friday, a little rain off an on, but the course was in good condition. The greens had been recently aerated, the back 9, and the front 9 had just been aerated with four temporary greens. The person behind the counter recommended I play the back 9 twice which I did.

Greens, with recent aeration, they were a little bumpy and the rain the past week slowed them down, but overall in good condition,
Fairways were in good condition, just a couple brown spots,
Tee Boxes for the most part were in very good condition, and the maintenance folks relocated all of the tee locations mid way through the round giving the person I was paired with and myself a new look the second time through.

Sand, hard the one trap I was in was shallow and ended up putting out.

Overall a very good experience, friendly staff, good price through GolfNow of $20 and POP was 3 1/4 hours. Recommend you keep your driver in your bag unless you are very accurate, the fairways are very tight with lots of trees.
Played the Metropolitan for the first time on Monday, March 3rd. Enjoyed the opportunity to golf, the course design was interesting and challenging, but the course conditions were not just Winter conditions. Had a good deal, $27.00 through GolfNow, but would not pay full price until the conditions improved. The course was covered with non repaired divots in the fairways (8 - 9 great drives, middle of the fairway about 260 yards and found my ball in 3 deep unrepaired divots, :o, was not happy). There were ball marks and ball mark damage on many of the greens, the tee boxes were mainly level, though a few were difficult to find a level locations to tee from, and many had extensive divot damage, the sand traps were fairly hard, Very wet with standing water of at least 2 - 4 inches deep in at least ten traps.

The staff were very friendly and helpful, and the food and service were great. The speed of the greens were inconsistent, some were very slick / fast and others only moderately fast and a few were slow, partially due to the rain the past few days prior to playing. The pace of play was good, finished in just over 4 hours with a few waits at 3 - 4 holes.

Overall, I enjoyed the round, did not play my best but had a very good time and met some very nice players I was paired with.
The course was damp though the sand traps had good drainage with no standing water considering the rain the previous four to five days. The greens were very firm, at times very difficult to keep a good shot on. The greens were very quick and most of the break took place within 4 feet of the cup, correct tempo is key. The tee boxes at times had longer then normal grass, which was a little problematic. Most fairways were fairly wide open, but do not want to drive the ball into the secondary rough, more of the natural grasses and brush which makes for difficult recovery. Water does not come into play except on the 17th fairway, so keep your drive to the left side, and on the 18th hole when approaching the 18th green. The vineyards, which are abundant are OB, keep clear, even if you are next to them and not OB, the ground and conditions are difficult at best to hit from.
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