I tried booking online but didn't hear back (it might have gone to spam) but we confirmed a time when we checked into the InterContinental. Wasn't difficult to choose a time and it wasn't too busy. The hotel has a shuttle every half hour that drives you five minutes up the hill to the golf course. Dress code was collared shirts and our running shoes were ok. Fees were quite reasonable for a course of this caliber. My husband was concerned because I was a beginner, as in never have played golf before ever. We booked for 9 holes and were not paired with any other players and even at our slow pace we were not pressed for time. The course itself is difficult or challenging, however you want to look at it. They have a tee box for women, men and experts. The boundaries are shrubs and water and if you hit anywhere off the fairway you lost your ball. Like, don't even bother looking for it you will never find it. The locals spend all day looking for balls and there were two spots we came across where they sell you the balls 3 for $5 which is cheaper than the $8 per ball you pay at the clubhouse. We needed that because we lost a lot of balls. The course itself is well maintained and the backdrop is amazing scenery with incredible views from several of the holes. The rental clubs they provided were Cleveland Classics in very good condition. The restaurant has very nice views but it was very windy sitting outside and the food was average.
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