+1 votes Brandon Solomon › January 4, 2014
Most baskets are very long and wide open. Lots of OB to deal with though. The summer time is tough with all of the fire ant mounds everywhere on the front 9 especially around the launch pads (the city needs to be aware of this). Also, during the winter months it's nearly impossible to play this course due to all the rain and red mud on the front 9. Catch this course on a dry, calm, spring day and it's a great course.
+0 votes Greg McAtee › September 27, 2010
+0 votes Luke Mould › October 24, 2010
+0 votes Brian Jennings › December 10, 2010
poorly marked but it is a very nice course
+0 votes zac bowman › December 19, 2010
+0 votes jordan clifton › December 20, 2010
+0 votes aaron clifton › December 25, 2010
+0 votes David Klein › May 10, 2012
I have a love-hate relationship with this course. I love that it challenges me to throw longer and avoid the many OBs; I hate that I can't throw long or avoid the OBs! My goal is to one day have a round of less than double-digits over par from the long tees. At least I've avoided the dreaded "Veinte" - so far.
+0 votes William Turnbull › September 27, 2012
+0 votes Jesse Wheat › March 22, 2013
+0 votes Bob Hill › March 24, 2014
Fairly well laid out. One or two marshy areas take away from the course.
+0 votes Chris McCravy › May 14, 2014
This course will make you a better player. Lots of OB. You must control your shots to score well. It seems like you can make this course fairly easy or really hard due to multiple teepads and basket locations. This is one of my favorite course to play in the area.
+0 votes Nate Wegryn › July 18, 2014
+0 votes Mike Fiske › August 30, 2014
+0 votes Logan Fiske › October 1, 2014
+0 votes Doug Crenshaw › April 14, 2015
Challenging from the long tees ob really comes into play. Played with dr. Voakes class individual