This municipal golf course was a mile from our hotel. It is supposedly the most played golf course in the world. The previous golf course we played was all rolling hills, so the fact that this course is flat was appealing- at least on paper. It is a no frills course with the no frills price, but boy did we pay for the no frills. No bag drop, so we had to cart our clubs in. Had to buy bottled water- no ice. No logo balls. Waited in a meat market type line until you got "on deck" to be next to start. We were paired with two other gentlemen who play the course regularly which was nice. Unfortunately our foursome followed a SIXSOME- correct. six players! There were other sixes out on the course as well which is probably why we finished two holes in 50 minutes. Pace picked up a little, but still took us 3 1/2 hours to complete nine holes, at which time we quit. The condition of the course was fair to poor, with many bare spots. The gentlemen with us had packed a picnic lunch and were used to waiting on each shot. We, however, are used to finishing 18 holes in 3 1/2 hours or less and couldn't stand the wait.