Although still fairly new, this 9 hole executive course is worth playing, especially with a discount. The driving range is very good compared to most with many tees and some protected. The clubhouse is small, but adequate. No real refreshments, however.
The course itself has some challenging holes and some that are short but not easy. The course is built on a landfill, part of which is stll active, so that's a point to consider.
The course was pretty wet as it had rained the whole day before we played, but seem to have drained pretty well. It is a hilltop, artificial as it may be, so when the wind is blowing, as it was last Friday, the course is even more challenging. The third hole at 440 yards from the black tees, is a tough, uphill par 4.
The greens were ragged in places, but considering the time of year, not too bad overall. I'm sure they will be good when spring comes.
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