$31 (cart included), played on Saturday, June 2015 at
Hadn;t been for awhile, but not much has changed. Went out after 4:00 pm so played for the twilight rate. Don't know the regular rate. Tee to green, everything was very nice. Still no Geezeer tees, but they do have a score card showing Geezer tee distances. Most were about 10 yards shorter than the white tees. Easy to play the correct distance. Only complaint was the speed of the greens. First, slow. Especially since they are bent grass greens. 2nd, inconsistant. Most of the greens were slow, but next thing you know you would be on one that was much, much faster than the last 2 or 3 you had just played. Best of all, was the pace of play. My son likes to hit drives until he finally gets one he likes and he was able to do than any time he wanted to and no one bothered us. Anyway, it was a nice fathers day gift from him.
$31 (cart included), played on Thursday, September 2015 at
Played yesterday with my sons. Had a great time. The course is in good condition, but the greens are getting a little worn. However they are still fast. If you have never played there, dont come to walk. there are a lot of hills. Also if you are a senior, be prepared to play the white tees and not the geezer tees. The geezer tees are shorter than the ladies tees. It would be like playing a n executive course. The white tees make for a 6200 yard course but most of the par 4's are in the 330 to 385 yard range. So it is playable for us seniors. The front nine definitely takes longer than the back nine to play. A couple of the holes are a bit quirky. Especially# 8. It is a par 3. It is uphill and is surrounded by 3 bunkers in the front of the green and one behind the hole. Your shot needs to be very high to find and stay on the green. It is an advantage to play with someone who has played there before to tell you where to hit your drive because some of the dog legs can fool you.