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Don't really care as long as they are consistent. I see some weird stuff here. Greens that squishy because trees or houses keep it shaded and the drainage is so-so while others at the highest point of the course are baked from wind and sun exposure.

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Originally Posted by kpaulhus View Post

I've only been playing public county courses so far. Tomorrow I'm playing neschanic valley which is #2 ranked public course in NJ. Hoping it's great because it's received lots of hype. I will post results tomorrow.

I still partially live in NJ, and Neshanic is one of the 5 courses in the county. They're all nice, but it's the nicest, and I'm glad you enjoyed it. NJ and MD has the best public courses I've been to so far.

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