I turned up on a gorgeous autumn Saturday. As a single player I was well accommodated despite it being busy.
The layout of the course was pretty good for this type of gated community course built on farmland. Holes 4 - 9 meander through the residential part the others being open farmland.
Greens are good.
Fairways are shocking. Nobody seems to replace divots and being open to all standards there are some deep holes.
Pace of play is variable. There were some really slow groups holding things up. I managed to play through and got round in an acceptable 3:45 for a Saturday morning.
Value - not great. $80 for the round and rental set of cheap unbranded clubs was too much for the course.
Course on the whole is easy to play and as a visitor on a short business trip just fine. It wouldn't be fun for a lower handicap player on a regular basis.
I'd just change 2 things - get people to sort the fairways out and get several marshals on the course to monitor the slow groups of relatively high handicap / inexperienced players.
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