4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course plays through rolling grassy hills on a nicely maintained private property. There are scattered trees in play, and a few holes bring some brushy rough into play as well to add some risk. There is a decent mix of hole lengths from shorter ace runs to a couple that are in the low to mid 300s, no bombers but that makes sense on a course like this.
A few holes call for some interesting lines, including one with a pine tree right in front of the tee. There's plenty of room to make a shot on either side, but it makes you commit to a line. The tee signs are basic, but accurate and easy to follow, and the course flow is good. There are next tee signs at many of the baskets, but these aren't really necessary.
Cons: The tees are awful, they're just holes in the ground with some gravel. Many are on slopes, and all are rutted out and uneven. A couple holes are long enough that a runup is useful, and this is going to encourage people to trample the grass around the tees. The baskets are a little strange, they catch well enough for a recreational course though. The course is only open to Q Center guests.
Other Thoughts: The course isn't interesting or challenging enough to make an experienced player work too hard, every hole is a birdie opportunity. The course seems to be designed as a lunch break type of course though, and it does a nice job of catering to casual and new players. The distances are reasonable, and the punishment for errant shots is limited.
The course is private, with guards at the entrances. If you play without permission you are trespassing, so play at your own risk.
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