This course is well maintained and has some views that people from the "flatlands" would consider spectacular, though as a resident of the area I consider the views to be much less than the best in the area.
The rates are reasonable and the staff is accommodating. But several of the holes -- especially numbers 10 thru 13 -- are ridiculously difficult and frustrating for typical golfers with handicaps greater than 18 or so. This is exacerbated by a lack of GPS on the carts or even appropriate signage or diagrams of hole layouts indicating distance to obstacles like ravines and bunkers.
The course is apparently fine for above average golfers who are familiar with it, but not so for most golfers.
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