We didn't feel like going back to the B&B, so we hit this place up on a gorgeous evening. There are two 18-hole courses, both with some fairly challenging holes (and opportunities to lose your ball in the water, always entertaining). Not just a flat course -- some different terrain for each hole (including some kind of impossible holes with evilly-placed hills) It was pretty cheap for both courses. Not too crowded on a weekend night, which was nice.
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