Originally Posted by darkhunter139
What made it a bad experience?
1st time I played was years ago on easter sunday it was slow but that's to be expected course was in ok shape.
2nd time I played it they charged us full price $70 I think but the course was almost unplayable. Fairways were burnt up they had lost 2 or 3 of greens and had make shift greens in the fairways. I asked the general manager in a very polite manner about charging full price for the conditions and make shift greens. His response is that you re paying for a premium course last time I checked a premium course doesn't have those conditions. The thing that really irked me was they didn't tell anyone or have it posted anywhere that they had 2 or 3 make shift greens. If they did I wouldn't have gone and this issue would have never come up.
3rd time we showed up about 35 minutes before our tee time the guy in the pro shop is struggling to ring up a hat. Now we have about 10 minutes till our tee time so I walked up to the desk and said that we have a tee time in 10 minutes and the guy says I'll have you out of here in no time. My playing partner went out to the starter and said that we've been waiting inside and at the rate it's going this guy is not going to have rung up in 10 minutes. The starter says he can't do anything until we have our receipts so he comes back in and the guy in the pro shop is still struggling. Finally we get to the counter and it's 2 minutes past our tee time so I tell the guy and he says well you need to show up at least 20 minutes early for your tee time. I pretty much lost it at that point but tried to keep my calm as much as possible so the starter tells us we can go out but we have to skip the first 2 holes. I just lost it at that point because the group who had the time behind was behind us in the pro shop so they were just getting rung up while they have us bouncing back and forth. If they just would have let us pay and go to the tee the group behind us would have never noticed especially since we had 2 and it was 4 some behind us. I gave the guy in the pro shop and the starter my thoughts on how they handled the whole situation then I left.
There is way too many nice courses in this area that I will never waste my time with Renditions.