very slow pace of play at this site with no obvious marshalling to try to speed up play. A recent friday round was 5 1/2 hours. The numerour ravines and some sand combined with maybe a less skilled clientel (?) makes for slow play. Suggest an early weekday round might not eat up over half the day and the course itself does have some challenging holes, with a couple of par 5's over 500 yards and all up hill. Electrical wires cross several holes which can divert a drive unexpectedly back to the ground. They leave a lot of rough which makes it important to stay in the fairway but a lot of folks spend additional minutes trying to locate the ball not far off the fairway (again equalling slow play).
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