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BB75 and Blasbe,It pains me to say that as much as I would enjoy seeing a beautifully restored Timber Point, rasing fairways for drainage purposes means one thing--overwatering. The course was obviously close to perfect in its heyday, and its not like the watertable actually rose miraculously from melting polar ice caps. Yes, blame all of it on the constant of "Green." so what is the first thing they do? ? ? Raise the fairways of course because it is a fix, instead of actually anaylzing why it drained and wasn't a problem with the members before.Please, if you could, get out there and get some pictures that show some of the greens, Gibraltor and other interesting features, as well as the "RENOVATED" holes. Lets see if there is a possibility of FULL restoration. You have one of the best names in golf course design (Tom Doak) making an offer --I suggest you/we/us do something about it!