The course is very well maintained. We were there during "high" season and it was crowded and expensive. Marshalls hustle folks along in the afternoon to maximize the opportunity to get in 18 holes before dark. There are 27 holes so you can play again and have a different experience. Course only serves lunch, dinner would be a nice plus.
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