The course was in beautiful shape and the weather was perfect. Not much water on the course but bring your shovel and bucket because there are plenty of sand traps (i think they said 106).
They were not kidding. Fortunately was not in them to often but just a very beautiful course with lots of Oak trees and plenty of wildlife, The front tees definitely give you an advantage but if you are real a super golfer you can play from the far tees. They have gps but unfortunately their repeater was not working so had to use old fashion since left hand held gps behind. A little disappointing there trying to find the markers. Overall great day and well maintained course
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