All employees are friendly and nice. No pace managerment on slow golfers. We spent 90 mins. to finish 3 holes (happened two weeks ago). One 4 some (all were hitting bad and spending too much time to seaking for the balls) spent 20 min on the fist hole. The marshall should have pulled them out, but they did not. 3~4 4 somes were waiting at the first hole. Booked 8 on one single tee time(one months ago). Starters is too busy in dealing with putting the carts out to near the podium, not managing golfers' start time. Over loaded responsibilities for a starter for busy time. Twilight(special on Sat) is cheap($30 or so), so it is not worth of complaining, but be preoccupied that you may not finish 18 holes with $30. Good luck!
Not your classic Melbourne sandbelt but a great design nevertheless
By A Yahoo Contributor, 10/15/04
Coming through San Diego on a quick business visit I was whisked away from a lunch meeting for a snappy 18 holes with my wonderful host from NSHD. With an unfamiliar set of golf clubs, we headed off on "a journey" which would build the bridge between Australia and the US, and result in some classic shotmaking on a fine challenging course - what a delight to play. Even though my playing partner's ball was lifted by a pair of oportunistic golfers (ball scoundrels) from a drive that Greg Norman would be proud of, the Vineyard still managed to deliver - thank you for a great golfing experience.
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