I play this course often and really like it for the variety of holes, natural surroundings, wildlife, and degree of challenge. One must think about where to hit the ball to stay out of trouble, because there are a lot of large oak trees in many places on the fairways, and some water hazards. It is well designed with ups and downs, and elevated greens. There is no range, so if you want to warm up you need to go over to the Arthur Hills course and use their range...large bucket is $7.
One more thing...there are a lot of deer in the area and can often be seen on the course.