Review for Dancing Rabbit (Oaks)

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I played the Oaks a couple of weeks after playing The Azaleas course. Both are in fine condition. I found the Oaks to be shorter, more wide open, and the greens more easily accessible than at The Azaleas. The greens also putted noticeably faster.

The opening hole is a Par 3, at only 312y (I played the Whites). There are 2 other par 4s less than 300y. 6100y total. Of course, there are 5 sets of tees overall so you can get a distance challenge if you need it.

While there are trees all along the course, unlike the Azaleas where the trees tightly line many fairways (fairway, then trees), on the Oaks, there seems to be more room from the fairway, then rough, and then trees. It just seems more wide open.

What was a real difference is the entrances to the greens. Not a lot of uphill greens or heavy bunkering, just an open green with some trouble left or right or long. The par 3s were also a bit more playable.

Another real difference was the speed of putting. These greens were definitely faster. Maybe it was the cut but I played a day after some rain, early in the morning. This usually slows the greens down a bit. Not today. They were not lighting but certainly faster than what I experienced at The Azaleas.

Dancing Rabbit has 2 very nice courses well worth any drive you may have to get to them. Play both and you are definitely playing two distinct courses but both well-maintained and well worth the trip.

Date: October 09, 2021


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