Played this 18 hole (not 27) par 3 course today. While others have said it is the best Exec course in the area, I have to disagree. This is not an Executive course. It is a tight little par 3. Consider it more of 18 holes of short iron practice. If you are looking for that, then this course will suit you, but it can be frustrating. The course lies under a power line in places and numerous, overhanging trees thwart your game. The course is reasonably well maintained, but nothing exceptional. Green fees are reasonable and you don't need a cart.
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