$36 (cart included), played on Friday, September 2011 at 2pm
This is an older course, not too long from the back tees (6110, IIRC). It's narrow in many places, and has water that you can't always see. Look for warning flags to help stay away from that. Greens were in very good shape, and fast. I played from the back tees, and broke 90 for the first time every, anywhere (19.0 index) There has been a name change; it is now the Country Club of the Crystal Coast.
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