Went here with a group of friends as part of our annual golf trip. The course was quite forgiving if you strayed off line but if you are wild then the water will gobble up your ball. As a previous reviewer commented, to start off your experience by having to pay for range balls, when every other course we played offered them on a complimentary basis, is a bit galling.
As the weather for the next couple of days didn't look too promising we asked about booking another set of tee times and they offered us a really good for the following day. Unlike the other rounds we played we managed to get our round in at under 4 hours and the whole of our group got round just before the storms arrived at lunchtime.
There aren't too many memorable holes as when you play 6 courses in 7 days they all tend to morph into one - sand on one side of the fairway and water on the other. All in all though our group enjoyed playing here.