Redgate Golf Course

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I thought the young male golf players were not adhering to their sequence in teeing off during their second back-9 round. I had experienced at least 3-separate groups consisting of 1-young single male player and two other separate groups consisting of two-men each group going around attempting to bust in between my group and the group in front of me. The one-man si for when question why he isbutting in between ourgoup was that he had already played the first back nine and wanted to move around in front. I I firmedhim tgat we also completed our first round on the back-nine and that he had no business trying to cut in between two groups. Not sure if this is a common issue of single players or a routine act by jumping ahead between two separate groups knowing there was no officials deployed around the golf course. No excuse of players trying to move ahead busting between
Two separate groups even though the front nine were closed for erration. Busting through groups should not be tolerated at any time regardless the course condition or time of day.

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The course needs some work. Tee boxes are bare and were muddy. Many spots on the course that were boggy ans swampy on the fairway and grass too long for amateur golf. I can see why discounted tee times are being offered.

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Played RedGate for the first time last weekend (9/22/2018) and it was absolutely horrible. A couple buddies had mentioned they used to play it a few years ago and it was always in pretty good shape -- how the times have changed. Honestly, it was almost embarrassing how bad of condition the course was in, which can come from nothing but neglect.

The bunkers have legitimate waste-high weeds growing in them, the fairway was indistinguishable from the rough and the greens had rot throughout.

Take the conditions out of it, and the course doesn't even seem to care about standard course management. It was a relatively busy Saturday morning and they let multiple singles out alone so you constantly had people standing on the teebox before you hit your second shot (and our pace of play was relatively quick).

Unfortunately, I won't be going back to RedGate until I hear it's under new management.

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First of all they only had one guy working the entire course as starter, taking the money in the clubhouse and handling food and drinks on a Saturday. Course has been abandoned by whomever was managing it. Grass not mown, teeboxes a shambles, weeds, dirt and water in traps. Course is a nice layout but no one is spending a dime on the upkeep of the course. Fairways were comparable to some rough on most courses - not mown. Rough out of control long. Greens taking a beating as well. Shame to see

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The course was in absolutely horrendous shape. Greens had patches everywhere the bunkers had roots and god knows what else growing in them. The fairways were absolutely horrible with barely to no grass to hit off of. Will never play this course again.

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