I played the course as a single in the morning, which meant I could get around without to much delay in play (only played through one group then nobody ahead of me). The service was fine, although not as good as the course I played earlier in the week for a lower price. The course has some great holes, some with major changes in elevation. Pay close attention to the recommended tees based on your handicap, not the yardage you play on your home course.
It is a tough track but the course is for the most part well maintained. That is for one major exception. The sand in the bunkers was horrible. I've played a number of courses with a variety of types of sand at beaches, resorts, public and private courses. I've never encountered bunker sand with as many rocks as these bunkers had in them. I'm not talking about the occasional small pebble. I'm talking about rocks that in some cases were almost the half the size of my sand wedge. It was like they purchased a dump truck full of sand from who knows where and just shoveled it as it came to them. Unfortunately, i wasn't on my game so I got to sample a number of the bunkers (fairway, green-side) and they were all the same. On the last hole I played, I found the remnants of the bottom of a clear bottle of some type.
I'd rate the course higher if it wasn't for the bunkers. I hope they address that issue since the course was otherwise a great venue for some challenging golf.
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