1 Helpful / 4 Not
Almost Impossible to Navigate
Pros: The concrete tee boxes are very large, allowing you to angle your body without having to fear slipping off the tee.
Restrooms are centrally located.
Most of the course is DG exclusive.
Those are the only good things I could think of.
Cons: This course was impossible to do without a guide. There are no signs, and the baskets are very poorly marked. If you don't have a guide, expect to spend most your time trying to figure out the layout.
The grass is over 3 feet tall for most of the course (and that's the fairway...)
The front 9 is essentially the same hole played 9 times. Long, open drive through a 3 foot tall grass field into a clump of trees with the basket in the middle.
Reputation has it that this course is nearly impossible in the wind. It was the rare windless day when I played it, according to the local group I played with.
Other Thoughts: Playing here was the least fun I've ever had playing DG. The front nine is terrible. The back nine is fairly well done, but not good enough to make up for the monotony of the front.
Holes 15-18 are what make the course. Eighteen is a beautiful sloping dogleg played under the peak of a rocky hill overlooking the lake. If the rest of the course was like 18, this course would be incredible.
If you're from out of the area, check out Heilmann or Sinsheimer first.
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