First off, just getting to the first tee is an adventure in itself. I had to pay $40 U.S. for me and my fiancee to take a cab from our hotel to the course. That's $80 right off the bat. The roads are awful; unpaved and full of potholes, so it is slow going and took us close to 50 mins. to get there. Extremely dissapointed in the lack of amenities at the course. No driving range (range was unknowing planned over an ancient burial ground and is indefinitely suspended), no clubhouse, restrooms are bare and small, no food or drinks, or even a place to hang out and have a beer before or after the round.
Honestly, the golf was pretty good. There are a few really great holes and overall I liked the course. It is a very tough course though, and if you miss a lot of fairways, you will lose a lot of balls - trust me.
The worst part of the whole experience was the staff (or lack of). They almost seem like they don't want you there, or want you to stay for as little time as possible. They will run you off the course at 5:00 p.m. sharp like the fate of the world depends on you being off the property before 5:01. When we complained to the head pro his response was: "A twightlight fee means you only get as many holes as you can in before 5:00pm. That's why you pay a reduced fee." First of all, a twightlight fee means you play as many as you can while it's still light enough, and secondly, when is $140 a reduced fee? If you are determined to play here, bring your own food and water, and tee off in the morning. My advice though, is skip this place and spend your hard earned money down at Teeth of the Dog.
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