The non-resident green fee ($175) is expensive for a good but not spectacular course. But course is nice, interesting without being hard (almost no risk of loosing balls even if fairways missed), nice trees (including eucalyptus from Australia), and well maintained. Many long holes make it challenging even for single handicap players to hit greens in regulation. Friendly staff and good shot & long game practice facilities.
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