Pleasant Valley Golfer's Club

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$98 plus $10 for range balls.

Poor range; greens really threadbare, tee boxes cut up .

Ther are better options out there

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Beautiful Course! Very well maintained. Greens are a little spotty due to golfers not fixing their ball marks well, but still rolled cleanly.

Played 2 days after some major rain, and there were some spots that were a little wet in the fairways, but overall great course!

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Really nice layout, but the conditions were pretty shaky.  The greens were quite bumpy, with lots of poorly repaired ball marks.  Couple that with their great speed and some tricky pin placements, and the putting was quite tough.  Tee boxes and fairways were "OK", but I expect much better than OK for the price.

To PVGC's credit, it is trying to address the issues with its long time bunker problems.  There is tons of new sand in the bunkers (it's quite literally like a "beach").  Therefore, the bunkers are nearly unplayable for now, until they (hopefully) settle.

I was surprised to arrive for my round and find out that the range was closed due to some recent rain.  PVGC on a windy day is enough of a challenge.  Not being able to warm up properly made it all the tougher.

Staff was friendly and helpful, and the food was pretty good.  Need to eat in the clubhouse though...the cart girl didn't carry much food.

I played on a Groupon for about $40 or $50, which is about what this course is worth in its current condition.  I definitely would not recommend playing here at full price until/unless conditions improve.

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Great course, worth the time to play! Maintened great! Great Job to the staff!

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