Not the best, but not the worst.
Pros: A mixture of half open field shots and half wooded shots with 2 water shots as well.
Also, some elevation change added a little better of a challenge.
The layout is smart because you're never in anybody's way or crossing paths at all.
They have concrete pads but they were shorter than a typical concrete pad givin you no run up options.
Cons: The price to play is highway robbery, but if you park in the gravel lot by hole 1 you can probably get away with playing without paying ;)
Super overgrown in the summertime and easy to loose a disc if you're even a little off the fairway.
The walk back to the car sucks because it's uphill and long.
Other Thoughts: The pond was filled when I played so beware of your shots on holes 10 and 11. Bring yourself some bug spray for the back 9, it gets buggy back there.
Played once, that was enough for me. I wouldn't willingly go back there to play.
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Must Pay to Play
Pros: Nice Course! Fun to play. real clean. Easy to navigate. Nice changes from hole to hole.
Cons: The Resort owns the course and makes you pay $25.00 for a year membership even if you only want to play there 1 time.
Other Thoughts: Don't get me wrong the year membership is a great deal if your a local, because you get a $25.00 gift card good for anything at the resort. But there is a lot of people that come from out of town that don't want to pay that amount to play 1 day of DG. Even the person who works there told me lots of players just leave as soon as they hear the price. They should have a 1 day pass for $5.00. if they must charge for something every other course does for free.
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