It's relative cheap and easy to get on. $75-$100 with cart. Not a high end course, but has enough length. Greens a little suspect, not of N American quality. Tips.
Yardage markers are to the front of the green, not the middle.
Tons of roll, hard fairways, hard greens. I normally hit a P wedge 100 yards. Have had some P Wedges got 160 yards or more on low ball flight, a hard bounce and greens that tend to have lots of roll off the back.
On quite a few holes you need a good drive to the proper side of the fairway or you'll not be able to have a shot at the green.
If you're an average golfer do not try to hit the middle of the green with anything higher than a P Wedge or you will be off the back.
There's a very short par 4. Don't be fooled by the yardage in. It's uphill and into the breeze. I've hit a 100 yard club from 80 out and been short.
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