Egwani Farms Golf Course

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I played this course in late November.... cold weather, dormant grass on the fairways, lighter rough. But what a pleasure to play. The course is challenging but not penal. On most holes, from the tee boxes (that were well maintained and with green grass) you can see the fairway and the hitting area fairly well. A few holes require a decision on club choice from the tee. The in-cart GPS really helps.

Water comes into play on many holes with several lakes and several streams crossing and bordering the course. But wherever the water is found, there is plenty of area to hit to and not get wet. A few greens have water fronting or adjacent but again, the area away from the water is playable and can still get you a good par.

I was pleasantly surprised with the greens. They rolled well and not too slow and the fringes were also well maintained. Made for a good round of 31 putts.

All-in-all, this is a very nice course and one that I will play again when I am in the area.

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First time at this course and it was nice. Was able to book a tee time through Golf Now for a ridiculously cheap price. Greens and fairways were in great shape. The course is pretty wide open but there is water on several holes and some pretty heavy rough. Several really beautiful holes. Will definitely play this course again.

Maintenance crew did a great job getting all the leaves off this course which makes it much easier to find your ball this time of year. They were working on clearing 18 as we came in to finish up but stopped and let us play through.

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Friendly atmosphere all around. Greens were true, a good speed and fairly easy to read. Enjoyed the day very much at the Egwani Farms.

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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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