I played here a couple days ago, first time out this year. It's a pretty challenging 9-hole course. It starts with easy par 4, if you dont go right, then you have trees to negotiate. 2nd is a straightforward par 3, then a long 4 but unobstructed. then a short 3 with a tricky green and pond to the left. The 5th is a long par 5 with a drink on the right and a humbling slanted green. 6th-par 3, 7th-a 4, stay left or else you'll be looking near the driving range. Another easy 3, then a bomber par 4 that should be a 5. They have a good clubhouse with food and bar-the food's a bit plain, and a very nice patio under canopy. A lighted driving range, a putting green, and behind the 9th tee, a pitching area that not many people know about. I've had no complaints for 14 yrs except for slow golfers. They got carts for rent with pulls carts.
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