Aubreys Dubbs Dred Golf Course
I had never heard of this course before. The course was in great shape. Greens were fast, it was hard to hold a wedge shot but otherwise very nice course. The front nine and back nine are like completely different courses. The front is wide open but the back is much tighter. It was a nice contrast and made you control your shots. Would definitely play it again.
August 11, 2014
evil back nine
Dubbs Dred starts you out fairly easy on the front nine but fasten your seatbelt for the back nine! It has some beautiful but unforgiving holes in a valley and the greens are fast and heavily sloped. First timers I would recommend walking around the green to avoid surprises.
August 7, 2014
A Secretly Good Course
Me and 3 buddies played this course for free after winning a free 4-some during a charity tournament. We played the very next day, and the weather was okay (beautiful in the morning, breezy and a little rainy in the afternoon). The course was challenging to us (we played 2 v 2, best ball for $), and the winning team was only +4. The course itself was in pretty decent shape, and the back 9 was a lot harder then the front. It provided us with good elevation changes, tough pin locations, and decent rough.
August 6, 2014
A Front vs. Back thing
Although played on an overcast then rainy day, the course rate of play was fairly fast. The front 9 features several challenging holes with clean fairways. On one hole, you have to drive over the clubhouse entry street which creates a disturbance. The back 9 has several holes which are very hilly, greens which played touch (due to the rain), fairways where you can't see the flag/green until your second/third shot and one very tricky uphill par-3. All in all, a nice course which would be a great 18 if the front 9 was duplicated.
August 4, 2014
Played with a friend of mine, who had to work later, so we booked an early tee time. Unfortunately, the course wasn't open for our tee time causing us to wait. An older threesome arrived later and asked if we minded if they tee'd off ahead of us and we said we did, they then informed us to tee off and pay after the first nine. We tee off, hit our shots to the green and then we hear a thud, the threesome behind us tee'd off before we could even get to the green.
After finishing the front nine, we went into pay. It took some time for the bartender/cashier to get to us as she was mingling with another gentleman. Once we were noticed we were informed we didn't have a tee time and we would be charged full price. I asked if we could wait to see if the system would refresh and pay afterwards, she obliged. Upon finishing, she didn't recognize us and thankfully I had the confirmation email or else we would've had to pay full price.
We did speak with multiple groundskeepers and they were incredibly personable. Spoke with us about the course and gave us some tips.
The course was very well kept. The front nine was fun but the back nine was horrendous in terms of difficulty. Bring extra balls!
July 14, 2014
Greens were in great shape. Fairways in good condition. Course has a few holes that are pretty tight which make it challenging. Some nice elevation changes and interesting set ups.
Would definitely recommend but make sure you use a cart!
July 14, 2014
Course is dry. Pin placement was impossible on several holes.
July 14, 2014
Front nine is a Blue. Square. Back nine a Double Black Diamond.
July 12, 2014