I am a ten handicap and my strength is that I hit it straight down the middle. If you can say the same, you will love this place. If you struggle to hit it straight, there is a lot of trouble, but you might want to buy a few dozen cheap balls from Wal-Mart and enjoy it anyway. Just don't cry when your balls drop into a ravine, never to be seen again. Be kind to yourself. If you are not a low handicapper, just play from the front tees. If it is too easy, move to the next ones. I am not being patronizing, just realistic. This is a very beautiful, spectacular and tough course. It is worth playing at least once for anyone.
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