I play this course frequently and I like it a lot...except for two quirky holes. (It is an old New England course...) It is usually in very good shape for a public course in its price range. (You can drive to Plymouth for country club quality and $100 fees if you want to.) In the last couple of years they have let the some of the rough well off the fairway grow tall which gives a nice look and a heavy penalty for wild driving. Greens are usually in very good shape and pretty consistent from hole to hole. Avoid the busiest tee times during July and August if you can, or relax and plan on enjoying a slower round.
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