I'm writing this on behalf of my husband, who played Sandpiper with our grandson on December 23rd. It was rainy and there were very few players on the course.
The pro shop attendant was barely accommodating and when asked if they could pay the afternoon rate a little before noon (due to the wet conditions), he said absolutely not. They paid the $190 per person and proceeded to play.
The course is beautiful and the views were great, however, the course was in terrible condition. It just was not worth paying $190 for a round of golf.
This opinion is coming from one longtime golfer and a player who played 4 years of college golf on a scholarship. Both have played in almost every US state and Canada.
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