I played this course for the first time on September 4th and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
Service/reception: Excellent. The staff was friendly and the atmosphere is very low key...small pro shop, no attitude, helpful and welcoming. I arrived as a single and they were fine letting me play on my own or trying to pair me up with someone else...my choice.
Course layout: The routing of the holes is very good and takes advantage of the terrain to make it part of the challenge. There are a a couple of blind carries, some elevated tees with nice views, and nice mounding along the fairways to help keep the ball in play. Almost every green can be played as a run-up shot if you leave your approach in the right place...or you can challenge the pins over bunkers and hazards.
Condition: Overall, excellent. The greens had been aerated relatively recently and there was still a little evidence of that, but they putted very nicely nonetheless. The fairway turf is very nice and made hitting crisp iron shots a pleasure. Bunkers have nice sand (although one I found myself in was pretty crusty).
Odds & Ends: This is cart golf, but it was 90 degrees to the ball and not a problem. Because of the distance between some holes it is not a practical walking course. And the carts are quiet and have excellent speed! The halfway house is actually at the 11th hole, but it was quick to get a bite and the hot dog was grilled, not steamed.
Value: I paid $79 for a mid-week round and found that to be a fair price for what I got. I'll certainly play it again.
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