Played 36 holes today.
Nobody else there, unlike White River, Lakewood, and Lake Stevens, all of which were SLAMMED with people this weekend.
I have to say, its nice to see more girls playing at most of the courses.
I guess after years of sitting on the couch, they finally decided they arent gonna talk the guys out of playing, and this is no fad, so they might as well play too.
Ok, back to deserted Twin Rivers. The brush on the course has all sprouted leaves, and will start filling in rapidly, making discs invisible, so play soon.
A marsh exists short and right on #15 from 100-200', dont throw low.
The fairways are all soft clay, spike hyzers go in deep. I dont really see much work for you guys to do, the course is pretty nice. If you got some industrial blow dryers for the fairways, that might help.
#10 tee box is still dry enough to use.
I guess #13 could use a more defined tee box, besides the stick
same with #7, and some signs are missing, notably on #11, where I threw a killer long drive but couldnt figure out how far it went.
The ankle breaking sinkhole is still there on #14, marked with a LOOOOOONG stick.
Filling that in could save an ugly insurance incident.
I dont see alot of work though, you should have plenty of time to play a round or two or three.