Played here in the last week of May. When we arrived, it was raining and the forecast called for more. The guy in the pro shop actually said he wouldn't hold us to our tee time, since the weather was bad. This is the first time I can ever recall a golf course employee being honest about the weather. Most of the time, there could be a hurricane blowing through and you'd be told, "Oh, it'll pass, go on out".
We decided to grab a bite in the coffee shop and see how things went. Good food and a solid value. By the time we finished breakfast, it was just drizzling and there appeared to be clearer sky on the way.
The first and tenth tees are very elevated, and the view is beautiful. Drives go a long way, so you'll feel like a big hitter. We did have a white-knuckle drive down the winding cart path. Rain and shade made for a slick trip, but we survived.
The course is challenging, but fair, most of the hazards are easily visible. While the course was wet, we found only a few areas of standing water.
While the course would be walkable, there are a lot of hills, so it would be quite a workout.
I'd love to play here again in sunnier weather.
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