+0 votes Xelto G › December 10, 2011
Lots of straight shots with a possible sharp dogleg on the end-- about 2/3 of the course is the same shot with minor variations. Many of the remainder of the holes are long, wooded holes with no clear throwing path-- it's just throw and pray. There are better courses nearby, try them instead.
+0 votes Shawn Smith › August 7, 2012
Not one of my favorite courses , Watch out for the ticks they will be all over you by the time you leave
+0 votes george merritt › May 18, 2013
good course, grip it and rip it. can be a challenge, nice alley ways some tight one really liked it. shot an even par from reg tees will play again when up from va beach
+0 votes Craig F › January 28, 2013
Very challenging and fun course, in a not-very-crowded location. Lots of wooded holes that leave enough room to make you use all the shots you've got! Plenty of elevation (both uphill & downhill). Probably not so fun for beginners.
+0 votes DETROIT J › April 11, 2013
I actually come here if I am ready to play a beast. you'll feel it after you play. But , I do recommend playing this one if you have the time. It is no puppy
+0 votes Justin Leasure › April 16, 2013
Front 9 = A- Back 9 = B This is not an easy course, and there are better courses out there for beginners and/or families with young kids. I think its a fun and challenging course that let's you get your hiking exercise in. The front 9 are awesome. They are older, and baskets need a little fixing up, but I like the layout. The back 9 are newer, and are located in the newer wooded section of the park, so there is a lot of brush and thorns. However it seems as though they are cleaning it up little by little. Sometimes I'll do front 9 twice instead.