$21 (cart included), played on Wednesday, October 2018 at 4:30 PM
I stopped in for a quick Nine (9) holes on this 1998 Edward Beidal "Link's" layout.
Paid my $25 for 9/cart and choose the Front 9 Blues that play 3,250 yds / 70.4 / 120 on this Par 36/36 course. Great visual views from the four (4) tee boxes that range from 6,702yd / 72.2 / 123 down to 5,131yd / 69.6 / 113 with the generous manicured fairways, awaiting your arrival. Greens are firm but hold/roll (8-9) very nicely and aren't too tricky. Many challenging forced carries from the tee boxes, well placed grassy/sand bunkers, scattered ponds that are placed well, to add strokes to your score. The first four (4) holes are good warm-ups and staying in the fairway needs to be practiced because it gets a lot harder after this.
#5 419yd Par 5 is straight away narrow with sand bunkers catching anything short.
#6 442yd Par 4 is the Hcp 1 hole, tee box offers a visual damaging, forced narrow carry view to a nice receiving green. But getting there can be an adventure if you stray along the way.
#8 538 Par 5 sweeps left around a pond that is ready to catch your 2nd shot if you're too aggressive and looking for Birdies. The front of the pond leaves an 120-150yd shot to get you on in three (3) and that's advice worth taking.
Didn't play the Back 9 but it looked like more trees and ponds placed to see what you learned on the Front 9.
The starter Rich, let me go to #18 577yd Par 5 Double Dogleg fairway to view their hole they call "No Way or Tin Cup". They say to play your 2nd shot to the top of the hill and you'll have a 130-150yd carry over the pond to the green. Looking froward to returning and playing the complete course as for shooting 40 w/16putts left me wanting more.
This is one of the better courses in this area that you can play for $37 18/cart and not be disappointed.