Egwani Farms Golf Course

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Nice layout in excellent condition. Number 11 is a tricky par five that requires you to view the hole before playing. Requires a mid-iron off tee at best or the blind shot will lead to a water ball or lost ball in woods. Number 10 should be stretched out to make a par five and #11 could easily be made into a par four. Very open course that doesn’t demand target shots, except as mentioned above. Very enjoyable round even though heat index was in the low to mid nineties for mid September.

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Love how they opened up the course by cutting all the underbrush down. When all the hard fescue takes over it will look really good. Returned the design to its original intent of a links course

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Fast greens and pin placement made today's round very challenging. The GPS on the cart was very helpful and the free driving range and practice area was great.The course was beautiful and had several unique holes. It was worth the drive and I will play there again.

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