5 Helpful / 2 Not
Very short course.
Pros: A moderately wooded course that requires some technical shots to avoid trees. DGA discs are available in the gift shop in the "hospitality house." There are plenty of other things to do at this resort.
Cons: This is a private course and you have to be a resort guest to play. Also, it is very short. There are tee number signs and numbers on the baskets, but no course map or other aides and you will have to figure out the sometimes confusing layout on your first round. No tee boxes or defined tee areas. Just paper signs on "t" posts.
Other Thoughts: There are a few decent holes on this course and a few that are gimmicky, like a par 2, "J" shaped shot that you have to throw forehand and let it come backwards on the fade in order to get close to the basket. If you are already staying here, it's worth playing (but Shawshank is only 45 minutes away), but don't let this course be the reason that you make the trip.
The first tee is the one nearest the cabins on the right. Just step over the logs and throw at the basket on the far side of the meadow. The fairway bends slightly to the left. After the first basket, you won't need your distance drivers (and, honestly, you can probably get by without one on the first hole).
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