Great News for Camelback Equity Members – We have joined the likes of Pebble Beach, Torrey Pines, and other great links courses. After last night’s rains, most holes on the Padre course run along the water. Some of them run under water.
I posted a few shots of the course taken nearly 24 hours after the downpour. If you look closely, you may notice sea otters cracking open abalone in the distance.
I live about a mile from the Padre course and last night, I enjoyed 1.7 inches of rain at the house. Yes, I now have a “links” house.
I can assure you the grounds crew team is out there busting tail, pumping water from low spots and trying to get the course ready for play. My guess is Padre will be open tomorrow, but that it will be cart path only unless you have a small dingy. Driving range – not likely. Regardless, be sure to wear your PFD.
I’ll keep an eye on the conditions and we can evaluate the situation in the morning. Nonetheless, we still have a little room if you’d like to play. In order to play, you must have a verifiable handicap and be a strong swimmer. I’ll bet we’re “lift, clean, and place.”
2 thoughts on “Camelback Links Course Opens”
It looks great. I wish the wash always had water in it. It would make the course much more interesting!!
On Tue, Sep 24, 2019 at 3:36 PM Scottsdale Golfer News wrote:
> h. Alton Jones posted: “Great News for Camelback Equity Members – We have > joined the likes of Pebble Beach, Torrey Pines, and other great links > courses. After last night’s rains, most holes on the Padre course run along > the water. Some of them run under water. I posted a few sh” >
What’s this pick clean cheat stuff Sounds like something Jim Harbough would try or maybe Bill Self Never Duffy
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