Heron Lakes Golf Course - The Greenback Course

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The course was in good condition for the time of ear. What normally might be the rough was quite dry, but otherwise the fairways and greens were in good condition. Speedwise, the greens were about average. Greenback is a flat course, so a cart isn't as necessary as on a hilly course or a course where green to tee is far. Great Blue(the sister course) may be more challenging, but Greenback offers plenty of challenging holes and opportunities to get in trouble if you're not hitting the ball with accuracy or choose to try to cut corners. All in all a fun course to play.

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and bad greens. Had to call the pro shop due to slow play... it was the only time we saw a "ranger". Then he left and it stayed slow. The course is not in good shape. The starter bad mouthed Redtail but the conditions and marshalls were great there the day before.

He would not play this course again.

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Everything was fine - except after I checkin about 30 mins before my tee time I noticed group ahead of were not full and being a single internally questioned why I wasn't invited to move up. When I asked I was told "you have a hot deal, so that's the time you'll go"

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