+0 votes Jeff Reed › June 9, 2012
While the course has potential, it suffers from a few things that may not be able to be fixed. It may actually benefit from having less holes. I am unsure of the typical rainfall/water patterns, but while I was there, entire fairways were foot deep pools. This allowed for gnats and mosquitoes at ridiculous levels. The lack of actual pads wouldn't be terrible if not compounded by the lack of good signage and direction. All that aside, there is plenty of risk/reward and some really neat shots. Hole 2's long, straight fairway was pretty nifty, for example.