Played there today - The course is in pretty good shape, the design is "okay" - difficult with some interesting holes - lots of challenging approach shots and you'll need a good bunker game to score well. There are some good deals on green fees if you shop around, including close to your tee time on the course web site. Nice warm up/practice area.
My problem with the place was the really really slow pace of play. Took over 5 hours. At one point the marshall apologized to the three groups waiting on the 13th tee - said a small stakes pro tournament that morning was still on the course and holding up everything in front of us. He offered us the chance to play the front 9 again or get a voucher for a free nine at the pro shop at the end of the round. I thought that was a nice offer, except....
When we went to the pro shop after the round the guy behind the desk was a complete jerk. He claimed to know nothing about any voucher and said we were only 15 minutes behind there target pace of play - claimed we finished in just over 4 1/2 hours. I told him to check that again as the round was over 5 hours. He basically called us liars but said he'd give us vouchers anyway - which ended up NOT being for a free nine holes as promised but for a discounted nine after a specified time (which was at a price one could get on line).
Hey, they didn't owe me a free nine holes. But they shouldn't abuse their customers. And it would have been nice if they noted a pro tournament was scheduled that morning on their "course condition bulletin" that appears on their on-line web site (in which case I'd have played somewhere else).
From my experience I'd say if you want to beat balls at difficult, very slow golf course this is the place for you. However, if your time is valuable and you have any self-respect, there are many other options in the area that deliver comparable value without the abuse.
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