$71 (cart included), played on Thursday, July 2007 at 8am
Got a 4some deal @ $75ea @ Eagle Eye and thought I overpaid, until I finished the first 9 holes. Bring your A game Tee shot and this course will make you feel like a pro. Fair landing areas but don't get caught up in the visual distractions the layout shows you, just hit the yardage. I had 6 OB's and shot 89/39 putts because I got caught looking at the trouble areas. This Eagle Eye course is a must play even if you have to dig alittle deep in your pockets. I will return w/ better course management.
$51 (cart included), played on Thursday, July 2019 at 7:30 AM
Played a couple times here in the 1990's and it was the best in the area. Well, returned with my boys to play my 66th Birthday round and I wasn't disappointed with the conditions...only my golf. With the seven (7) ways to choose your yardage (6,974yd - 5,078yds) anyone can play this well conditioned course from tee to green. We chose the Blues (3,128/3,178yds) on this Par 36/36 course and found everything the way you would except to find it. Flat tee boxes, smooth close cut fairways, thick/fair rough, soft racked sand and fast smooth greens......what a track. This course throws everything at you but wide forgiving fairways, if you like spraying the ball. Most tee boxes offer some sort of forced carry being 50 - 180yds but landing areas are very fair. I cleaned up on the Front 9 shooting 38 w/14putts as trap saves were in my favor. Back 9 was different as my driver starting with snap hooks and caused four (4) OB's that ended in shooting 47 w/17putts on this great day with Family. Must play warm-up round here before playing Eagle Eye GC located across the street.