11 Helpful / 2 Not
A wide open 9 holes.
Pros: Very open layout for big forgiving drives. Looks to be an old links style golf course feel, so most holes have a minor elevation change near the pins - enough to challenge a person. Good length with driveable holes, but no real gimmies.
The course is very trimmed, and the baskets and grass tees are in great shape.
BEST HOLE/S: #1
The tee marker on hole five is damaged, and you had better play with someone who knows the course if you plan on playing alternates. Since we didn't print a course map off the website, we ended up skipping five, and couldn't find the bricks.
Such an open course - a person will feel the breeze coming off the coast. No water, (which can be a pro or con), but this feels like it could be a sister course for people tired of playing TC Jester
. Less trees, but 6-9 feel exactly the same. I still believe TC Jester is better, but this is still a course worth your time.
WORST HOLE/S: #2
If your playing The LINKS at Quail Valley
a couple of miles away, and getting progressively angrier as I was, then recharge yourself by playing this course. This is also the "man, there is a lot of wind, so the LINKS would kill me" alternative.
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