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Aberdeen 7.8 with Quevy


Undercover Golf Pro
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I like the layout at Aberdeen - tough greens when they are fast, decent holes - solid tier 3. However - I recommend you stay away until August as the greens aren't good - not from aerofying, but from thin/bare spots that should heal in 30 days based upon proper maintenance. Played with Quevy in 2 hours and 10 minutes as we were first off and beat the rain by 10 minutes.

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ArtMBGolf
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Nice showing the tightness, then a wide open last photo.  

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Polekat914
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Thanks for the pics.  Nice to see it's also not under water.


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DenisGilbert
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Thanks again @UGP!

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tadpole
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Our group played Aberdeen last October and the greens were not good at all. This course has been through a lot with all the flooding the past few years, so I hope they can get the putting surfaces in better shape.


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S***H
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Very nice pics UGP. The advantage to play first is that you can control the pace of play. Your pace of play, for 2 players, is very fast. Well done!

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