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It turned out to be a nice morning. A little damp and cool to start, but things continued to improve. I decided to mix things up today, so rather than play one of the courses in the usual rotation I decided to take a chance at Chick Evans. Yeah, I know. 'Like mixing prune juice and acetone. My wedges needed a workout, and with the short holes and tiny greens they got used.This was my second round at the course. The first visit was a weekend round in the hot summer and it was a long day on a weed infested goat track. Conditions today were much better. The fairways were shaggy, but playable. The greens looked nice, with very few ballmarks for a Monday. I guess the folks who play the course don't hit many greens. They were rolling 8 with the early morning dew, and 9 by the end of the round. No real complaints. The pace was excellent. I went off as a single, played through a foursome and twosome on the front, and sailed after that. Not much of a course, but for $27 it served its purpose. Don't think I'll be back any time soon, though.

 

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10 minutes ago, Argonne69 said:

It turned out to be a nice morning. A little damp and cool to start, but things continued to improve. I decided to mix things up today, so rather than play one of the courses in the usual rotation I decided to take a chance at Chick Evans. Yeah, I know. 'Like mixing prune juice and acetone. My wedges needed a workout, and with the short holes and tiny greens they got used.This was my second round at the course. The first visit was a weekend round in the hot summer and it was a long day on a weed infested goat track. Conditions today were much better. The fairways were shaggy, but playable. The greens looked nice, with very few ballmarks for a Monday. I guess the folks who play the course don't hit many greens. They were rolling 8 with the early morning dew, and 9 by the end of the round. No real complaints. The pace was excellent. I went off as a single, played through a foursome and twosome on the front, and sailed after that. Not much of a course, but for $27 it served its purpose. Don't think I'll be back any time soon, though.

 

Ha, that's funny. I played Chick Evans yesterday. My first round at Chick Evans since 2013. Played with some friends that are the definition of Covid golfers. Guys who now play golf to a lack of other entertainment options. Good course for them.

 

Agree with your assessment of Chick Evans. I did the same. Plotted around the course, hitting mostly hybrid off the tee. Good opportunity to work on the wedge game. Greens were decent, but couldn't buy a birdie putt. And, I had six birdie chances inside 12 feet. Just awful. I own too many putters and rotate through them way too often.

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10 minutes ago, TheBear95 said:

Ha, that's funny. I played Chick Evans yesterday. My first round at Chick Evans since 2013. Played with some friends that are the definition of Covid golfers. Guys who now play golf to a lack of other entertainment options. Good course for them.

 

Agree with your assessment of Chick Evans. I did the same. Plotted around the course, hitting mostly hybrid off the tee. Good opportunity to work on the wedge game. Greens were decent, but couldn't buy a birdie putt. And, I had six birdie chances inside 12 feet. Just awful. I own too many putters and rotate through them way too often.

 

2014 for me. I drove by the course early last Wednesday on my way to Glenview Park, and it looked quite empty. I figured a Monday morning would be just as empty, and I was right. The course was filling up as I left, but 8 am or earlier and it's not too bad. Yet.

 

Yeah, my putter was off and on, too. I couldn't buy a birdie putt, but I made 80% of my par saves.

 

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5 minutes ago, TheBear95 said:

That's my perspective too. Unfortunately, my putting stats in 2021 say differently.

 

Eh, I like to think you need extras around, just to keep 'em honest.

 

And it's way too early in the season to get serious about putting IMO. Some courses are rolling nice, others still coming in and bumpy, way too many variables in greens thus far.

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Eh, I like to think you need extras around, just to keep 'em honest.

 

And it's way too early in the season to get serious about putting IMO. Some courses are rolling nice, others still coming in and bumpy, way too many variables in greens thus far.

No doubt. And, there's a better chance I add another putter than actually thin the herd, lol. 

 

If my putting still stinks come June, then it might be time for a putter intervention. 

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Played Odyssey in Tinley Park this past week and i gotta say the course was in as good of condition as ive seen it in the last few years, especially being early in the season. Not as nice as it was back in the day but much better than recent years. 

 

Also played The Meadows of Blue Island on Saturday since there was the threat of rain and we wanted to play somewhere cheap in case it poured. I'll just say the Meadows is the Meadows. Nothing new to report on this place lol.  

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13 hours ago, ME27 said:

Played Odyssey in Tinley Park this past week and i gotta say the course was in as good of condition as ive seen it in the last few years, especially being early in the season. Not as nice as it was back in the day but much better than recent years. 

 

Also played The Meadows of Blue Island on Saturday since there was the threat of rain and we wanted to play somewhere cheap in case it poured. I'll just say the Meadows is the Meadows. Nothing new to report on this place lol.  

 

Lol. Yeah, Meadows is a good course when the weather is iffy, and you don't want to spend a fortune playing in slop. Fresh Meadows is another foul weather "gem". 

 

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Brisk, but otherwise pleasant morning at The Preserve. Good day to walk. There was a 50 minute frost delay, but after the first group canceled, I was the first out as a single. Sweet. Having an open course to oneself never gets tiring. Well, other than the maintenance workers who were buzzing around like their hornet's nest got kicked.

 

The course is in great shape. Fairways, other than the 1st, are fine. The 1st hole continues to struggle with turf conditions in the 100 to 130 yd area. Bunkers looked nearly perfect after a recent grooming, but are 1/2" thin on sand. Greens looked excellent, but need to be rolled. A little bumpy, and rolling just shy of 9. Very playable however. 

 

'Reached the par 5 15th in two with the help of a generous tailwind, but with the pin in the back right the eagle was a dream. Nice birdie, though. Solid par on the 9th. A nice drive left me 225 to the back pin. I caught my 9 wood heavy, and left it 65 yds short. Stuck a half wedge to four feet to save par. 'Just a tough hole from start to finish.

 

Pop quiz: How many green steel bridges are on the property? Hint: It's more than Seven Bridges.

 

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1 hour ago, Wolfhammer said:

 

Fresh Meadow is very near to my Father-In-Law's house. Is it worth going to?

 

No, it's not worth a trip. If you happen to be in the area, and weather conditions are mediocre, then it's not a bad place to knock a ball around primarily because it's cheap. 

 

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Brisk, but otherwise pleasant morning at The Preserve. Good day to walk. There was a 50 minute frost delay, but after the first group canceled, I was the first out as a single. Sweet. Having an open course to oneself never gets tiring. Well, other than the maintenance workers who were buzzing around like their hornet's nest got kicked.

 

The course is in great shape. Fairways, other than the 1st, are fine. The 1st hole continues to struggle with turf conditions in the 100 to 130 yd area. Bunkers looked nearly perfect after a recent grooming, but are 1/2" thin on sand. Greens looked excellent, but need to be rolled. A little bumpy, and rolling just shy of 9. Very playable however. 

 

'Reached the par 5 15th in two with the help of a generous tailwind, but with the pin in the back right the eagle was a dream. Nice birdie, though. Solid par on the 9th. A nice drive left me 225 to the back pin. I caught my 9 wood heavy, and left it 65 yds short. Stuck a half wedge to four feet to save par. 'Just a tough hole from start to finish.

 

Pop quiz: How many green steel bridges are on the property? Hint: It's more than Seven Bridges.

 

 

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6 bridges

 

Nope. Higher. 

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I cheated and looked, see that it's 10. 

 

Think I was only thinking about those that crossed Salt Creek (and I missed one of those that aren't encountered when one plays the course (the one at the southwest corner).

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7 hours ago, Wolfhammer said:

 

Fresh Meadow is very near to my Father-In-Law's house. Is it worth going to?

 

 

... A friend of mine used to be the assistant GM at Fresh Meadows so I played for free. That is the ONLY way I would play that course. 

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11 hours ago, geochitown said:

I cheated and looked, see that it's 10. 

 

Think I was only thinking about those that crossed Salt Creek (and I missed one of those that aren't encountered when one plays the course (the one at the southwest corner).

 

It's actually a bit of a trick question. Yes, the correct answer is 10. There are 6 that cross Salt Creek, and 3 that cross the wetlands (9th tee to fairway, 11th tee to fairway, and 12th fairway to green). However, one of the bridges is not used by the golfers. It's a bridge over Salt Creek at the southern end of the property that used to be part of the original Oak Meadows layout I believe). There a path out there, and I'm not sure if it's a maintenance road or hiking trail.

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18 hours ago, Argonne69 said:

Brisk, but otherwise pleasant morning at The Preserve. Good day to walk. There was a 50 minute frost delay, but after the first group canceled, I was the first out as a single. Sweet. Having an open course to oneself never gets tiring. Well, other than the maintenance workers who were buzzing around like their hornet's nest got kicked.

 

The course is in great shape. Fairways, other than the 1st, are fine. The 1st hole continues to struggle with turf conditions in the 100 to 130 yd area. Bunkers looked nearly perfect after a recent grooming, but are 1/2" thin on sand. Greens looked excellent, but need to be rolled. A little bumpy, and rolling just shy of 9. Very playable however. 

 

'Reached the par 5 15th in two with the help of a generous tailwind, but with the pin in the back right the eagle was a dream. Nice birdie, though. Solid par on the 9th. A nice drive left me 225 to the back pin. I caught my 9 wood heavy, and left it 65 yds short. Stuck a half wedge to four feet to save par. 'Just a tough hole from start to finish.

 

Pop quiz: How many green steel bridges are on the property? Hint: It's more than Seven Bridges.

 

Looking forward to playing there with @jimwgt26on Sunday. Should be able to hit driver on 7-8 holes.

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Played Blackstone yesterday with 2 retired guys from our group. Rough start to the morning temperature wise with the wind, it had to be in the very low 30's.  Fortunately that changed and it became a mostly nice day.

 

Guessing I've played Blackstone 50-75 times and have never seen the course play as firm. On 8 holes I had properly flight shots or little chips that landed on the front and rolled all the way through the green and off the back. On 2 I hit a nice high wedge that landed on the front 1/3rd of the green and went off the back. 

 

With that said, the course is in mid-season condition and is overall in excellent shape. The bunkers were immaculate and resplendent with sand which had been prepared that morning. Ironically, there were some ball washers out but no rakes.  I'm sure there's a strategy there.

 

Apparently McHenry County has said no masks needed as I was the only one wearing one.  Even though I'm fully vax'd, still wearing a mask out of respect for others.

 

Highlight of the day was after taking a quality triple bogey 6 on #8, smashing an angry drive on 9, smashing an angry 5W to the front edge and got up and down for a nice 4.  Hoping I can only remember that hole so I'll think it was a good round.

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2 hours ago, Argonne69 said:

 

It's actually a bit of a trick question. Yes, the correct answer is 10. There are 6 that cross Salt Creek, and 3 that cross the wetlands (9th tee to fairway, 11th tee to fairway, and 12th fairway to green). However, one of the bridges is not used by the golfers. It's a bridge over Salt Creek at the southern end of the property that used to be part of the original Oak Meadows layout I believe). There a path out there, and I'm not sure if it's a maintenance road or hiking trail.

 

The bridge that you are talking about is for cyclists/walkers as a nod to public non-golf use of "The Preserve"

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Finally pulled the trigger on  Arcis Prime membership at Ruffled Feathers.  Unless something drastic happens, I should really get my money’s worth.  I convinced 2 of my friends (one just starting out) to join, so even though I don’t mind playing quick 9 by myself or with strangers, having couple friends “convince” me to play last minute should only help.  After quick range session, all 3 of us teed off at 5:20pm, and got around front 9 quite leisurely in 1:20 (them riding, me carrying/walking).  Course is in very good shape, with an occasional bare spot here and there.

On a slightly different note, a bunch of younglings “convinced” me to take a trip with them (8 guys total) to Wisconsin. First week of June ->Blackwolf Run and Erin Hills, and if I can get out of work early enough (Friday) - The Bull.  First time playing any of these gems - should be fun!  

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The old man and I are finally making a long awaited trip over to Arcadia in late May. We'll be staying for 2 nights and playing both courses. 

 

We're thinking about playing Tullymore or American Dunes on the way over. Any strong feelings on Tullymore and if it's worth a quick stopover round on the way to Arcadia?

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The old man and I are finally making a long awaited trip over to Arcadia in late May. We'll be staying for 2 nights and playing both courses. 

 

We're thinking about playing Tullymore or American Dunes on the way over. Any strong feelings on Tullymore and if it's worth a quick stopover round on the way to Arcadia?

 

Personally I like Tullymore, certainly more than its sister course St Ives. However it doesn't seem to get a lot of love in these parts. Pilgrim's Run is another good option if you haven't played it. 

 

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Another lovely Spring day. It was a little cool near the lake, but winds were light. Glencoe this morning. Course is in great shape. Fairways are lush. First time this season that I actually noticed buds on some of the trees. Bunkers were excellent after being recently groomed. Greens looked great, and were smooth. A little damp on the front, so maybe rolling 8. They dried by the back nine and were probably 9.5. Pace was fine. I played with another single and the groups ahead kept us on a nice 3 hour pace. 

 

Nice chip in for birdie on the par 3 15th after missing the green pin high left. Solid par on the long 10th after a solid 9 wood from 215 to within 20 ft. Number 10 is just a long hole, even downwind. 

 

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I'm new to this board, so be gentle with me.  I was wondering if anyone has played any of the Galena courses lately?  I used to love playing The General, but haven't been out that way for 7 or 8 years.  I've seen some really poor reviews online, so I was hoping to see if anyone knew if the course wasn't as well run as it was in the past.  Thx

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    • 2021 RBC Heritage - discussions and links
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      Custom Cameron putters - 2021 RBC Heritage
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    • 2021 Valero Texas Open - discussion & links
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      This week, the PGA Tour is at TPC San Antonio on the Oaks Course for the Valero Texas Open. GolfWRX was on-site Tuesday to catch a glimpse into the bags of some of the world’s top golfers.
       
      The field of 144 is getting ready to battle starting Thursday for the $7.7 million purse, with $1.386 million going to the winner. The tournament is also the last event where players can qualify for The Masters, just like Canadian Corey Conners did last year.
       
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      Cameron putters (added Bernd Wiesberger's custom T-11) -2021 Valero Texas Open Piretti putters -2021 Valero Texas Open Branden Grace testing AutoFlex shaft @ 2021 Valero Texas Open  
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