This is a Pete Dye course that lives up to its founder. We found it online while looking for a course to play on our drive through the state, and were glad we did. My husband, a frequent and lower handicap player, enjoyed it, as did I, who can't quite seem to get my game together. The staff were extremely cordial, the course is in good condition, and it is surprisingly affordable.
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