+1 votes John Buck › November 11, 2010
Not a world-class course, but it's the place to work on your driving accuracy off the tees. Most of the baskets in the front 9 are wide-open, but it doesn't necessarily mean that it's an easy course by any means. The wind will always be a factor here, especially when you're throwing your upshots & putting.
+0 votes Geremy Gieryna › May 8, 2012
+0 votes Nate Figueroa › April 11, 2011
+1 votes Kevin Kline › June 20, 2011
Rather open course with a few holes hidden behind some trees. Pretty good scenary with a nice lake beside parts of the course. Not a bad course for starters. The tees aren't too much different in length. I like the openess of this course and will be back again. Bring bug spray! - course seems to be picking up a lot of nats on the back 9
+0 votes Randal Earls › June 16, 2011
mostly open natural tee pads
+0 votes Dustin Hollingsworth › June 20, 2011
I really liked this course. It was quite easy as the first 10 holes are out in the open with trees coming into play on 3 holes. The last 8 all have trees and adds a little difficulty to your shots. Only problem I had with this course were the baskets. Some of them were tilted, bent, rusty, and had no markings on which basket belonged to which hole which could be somewhat confusing. Otherwise, I'll probably come back to course as I enjoyed it. BRING BUG SPRAY
+0 votes shawn headley › November 7, 2011
+0 votes Brandon Bryan › April 23, 2012
Very confusing course and layout
+0 votes Phill Dilone › May 5, 2015
Just a fun quick course... wish there were some closer by but its a great after work course pre sunset.