What a fun course.. if you like a lot of elevation changes and sharp doglegs! Played there several times when I worked in the area and you have to work for EVERY hole; the way it should be!
One time was around the middle of May and I was getting ready to tee off the 2nd hole, which was a par 5 if I recall, with the first half of the fairway going down hill, then a 90 degree dogleg to the right... I chose a neon yellow ball in case I had to look for it..... teed off, the ball rolls around the dog leg beautifully, so off I went... when turning the curve I was confronted with a LUSH rough of beautiful dandelions!!
Dropped on that one!! LOL