I played Glendarin Hills late last fall with a group of old college buddies. It was a bit chilly, but the sun was out the whole day. I really can't say enough about the course. It has varied terrian that, while never actually being 'wooded', brings old growth trees into play on a lot of holes. Other parts of the course are in open, rolling fields with some GORGEOUS water hazards in play. On the day I played, the greens were rolling extremely fast, which made the semi-severe green undulations seem like Augusta. The clubhouse is a beautiful structure that hangs over the course like a castle, and the professional staff were friendly without being cheesy. I would, and plan to, go back again next year. I want to see what the course is like in 80-degree weather with leaves on the trees!
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