The Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing

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I've played a lot of famous courses throughout the U.S. Gray's Crossing is definitely in my top 10. Condition of the course was immaculate. Fast, true greens. Great layout. Fun, risk, reward holes. Incredibly scenic. Great finishing hole. Nice practice areas. Food is also the best in the area.

He would play this course again.

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The course was in terrific shape. From tee to green, there was hardly a blade of grass out of place. They have an excellent practice facility with balls on the range, short game area, and multiple putting greens.

I'll be back.

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This coarse is always in great shape. I have played at this coarse for years now. Five tee boxes, so pick your difficulty.

He would play this course again.

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I've lurked on Yelp for years, but have never left a rating.  Until today.  I probably should have checked some of the recent reviews before returning here.

The course is a beatiful Jacobsen/Hardy design, and looks and plays more like a links course rather than a mountain course tucked in among trees.  I simply wish the operations could match the course's setting and layout.

I signed up for an early-morning time as a single a month in advance, and was advised that my time might need to be adjusted, since the course did not send singles out alone early mornings. I'm not quite sure why they have that policy, but I prefer to play with others anyway, so was not concerned.  I arrived 50 minutes early for my time, and continued to hit balls at the range as two threesomes were sent off.  When a foursome went out at my reserved 8 am time, I knew something was wrong.   I looked imploringly at the starter, who simply raised his finger at me.  I wasn't sure if he was telling me to wait, or simply acknowleding that I was a single.  Either way, I knew that I was not getting out any time soon.

My family is very accommodating when I sneak off to play golf on vacations,  but it's not fair to make them wait the whole day for me at a course.  When I went back to the clubhouse, the  cashier asked if the starter had told me to join a group.  (The starter simply stared at me or the buttons on his shirt while I was on the practive range.)  I said no, and he seemed surprised.  When he said he'd try to "do something" for me, I reminded him of my starting time and asked him to void my credit card payment.   Fortunately, he agreed.

My experience two years ago was that it was a nicely designed course, but I won't be back until management changes.  Too many other options in the Truckee/Lake Tahoe area.

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Beautiful course, immaculately maintained but the highlight of our round was the food afterwards. We did not experience a lack of Marshall's as reviewed below. Marshall's kept the pace moving, however the beverage cart only found us on the front nine,

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