I have played all the Homestead courses including the Lower Cascades this past spring. It is a ways from the resort and not on as good shape as the other courses. The clubhouse is old and really just a small proshop with snack bar. Staff were very nice.
The weather was great and course was empty. The biggest difference from the other Homestead courses is the condition. You can tell they don't spend as much money on this course, but it was still in real good shape. The greens were very nice.
The layout is fantastic. Most of the holes are pleasing to the eye and several are memorable. One tricky hole and you'll know it when you play it.
The course is a challenge and requires good shots, but mishits aren't always punished. Scenery is good.
I like this course much better than the old course, it feels more like a modern course, which compared to the old
course, it is. It is a good tune up for The Cascades. Would be happy to play it again.
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