The golf course is tough but fun to play. It's generally in good shape. But when we played it today the four of us were bothered by two big flaws. The worst was that they had heavily sanded the greens and the result couldn't really be called golf. Yet they didn't warn us of that when we made our tee time and, even more, they still charged the full retail weekend price. That's not right on either count. The other flaw is that they have carefully laid out six different sets of tees so that you can play the distance you desire, from 4,882 yards to 7,241--your choice. But then they go and take all that effort back by not putting the tee markers on the proper tee boxes. That to me is ridiculous. I'm sure they do it to speed up play but it takes away the player's choice to play the distances chosen. Just to speed up play a bit and make a bit more money? It just ain't right, folks. Then throw in the lousy service in the limited menu restaurant and you don't have much of a bargain. My friends and I absolutely refuse to eat there after a round--we've found a sports bar nearby that suits our fancy much better.