This is a good place to tune up your iron game or take a kid to learn how to play and not have to worry about people behind you.
That's exactly what I did a couple weeks ago was took my two kids age 10 and 9. We had no one behind us for the entire 9 holes we played. The course was in pretty good shape. Greens were very fast so that was actually a shocker to me.
The front nine you can get by with PW and 9 maybe 8 iron - i think the longest from the back tees was in the 150 yard range.
The 2nd nine gets longer and you will probably need all the way up to your 3 or 4 iron. (195 yds i believe.) My only 2 conplaints on this course is it could be a little cheaper and the back nine gets really dangerous if others are playing - its like the designer ran out of land and had to fit 9 holes in a space that should have only had 6 holes.
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