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Pros: This course has had a lot of work done to it in the last few years. Holes have been moved, all signs replaced, tee pads installed(3/4" rubber mats). So if you haven't had a chance to play it in the last year, give it another shot.
The tee pads are 4'x12' 3/4" rubber mats that are flush with the ground. They are mostly flat, but a few have some elevation change. Having played them multiple times, I now prefer mats to concrete.
The course itself: Short. From the blue tees there are only 3 par 4's(though there is no listed par, they just take 2 throws to get there) All other holes are birdie-able, if you avoid the trees. Good use of the space available, no mandos, not too much out of bounds, but enough to keep you honest. Very few chances of playing onto another fairway. Good mix of open and wooded holes, mix of distances, elevation changes, right and left handed shots.
Grounds-keeping is excellent, as it is owned by Lexmark.
Cons: Private course. Unless you know someone your not supposed to play.........I'm just not sure who would be there to stop you. Especially on a week day.
Very few benches, none at tee boxes. Bathroom facilities/water fountain are not convenient, but they are there.
Front and back nine are separated by a creek and at this time there is no bridge(it's in the works). You either need to jump over the rocks, or drive around to the second parking area.
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