We are glad we took the advice of a Trip Advisor member who suggested to stay in Airlie Beach and only visit this golf course for the day. The course was nice although not as nice as we would have expected for the price. Perhaps because we visited in the off-season, the greens had a lot of debris, and the halfway house was closed by the time we finished the front 9. It seemed like we were the only people on the course.
It really did look like a ghost town…the (former?) main lodge was completely deserted and overgrown with weeds. Overall, it’s a decent (but expensive) golf course but we would not recommend staying at the resort (unless you’re looking for complete, eerie solitude).
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