I'm not sure which was harder: finding the course or playing it! I'm glad we allowed extra time since we had never played here before. The water is not much of an issue for the red and white tees but there are plenty of other opportunities for trouble. Red tees fair from a senior female prospective. There is no layout on the card so unless you have a good GPS (which we do) be sure to look at the yardage markers at each tee. You can't always tell where you are going. The fairways zigzag a lot and there are MANY traps. You learn quickly that this is not a completely flat course, as we expected upon driving in. It's not what you would call hilly, but it's just not flat. There are also lots of grasses to get lost in if you don't hit a straight ball. Fairways and greens are fine. We played on a Monday and was pleasntly suprised to find a starter, ranger and cart gal. Pro shop only carries balls and about 10 shirts. Staff all very friendly though. Restroom on course.
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