I play this course 30+ times a year as I live in TGO and can drive my golf cart to the first tee. Most of the fairways are wide and open with very few traps so you can grip it and drip it. The greens have improved over the past couple of years, but the sand in the traps is terrible. There is plenty of water that can add a double to your scorecard. There is a restaurant and bar that serves a light lunch and a small pro shop with a limited selection. The price is quite fair as well.
This course is played by an older generation and the length is appropriate for that age bracket. I think it is a fun course that leaves you wanting to play again.
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