I am from Florida where the golfing terrain is mostly flat and sandy. This course with its many and varied undulations and topography changes was a very welcome change! You could go from a 59-60 drop from tee to green to a 40 foot shot into an elevated green. The greens were nice albeit a little slow. The fairways were superb.
Over all this course is not a hard one. There isn't much trouble but a wayward tee shot will be penalized as all fairways ate tree lined with enourmous pine trees.
The only semi negative thing i can say about this course is that some of the green side bunkers are not filled with 'regular' sand but clay. Which is sandy on top but hard about 2" beneath. This provides imediate bounce and you will ended up hitting some shots thin.
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