Based on the reviews I read prior to playing this course, I was led to believe that the course was as hard as a US Open set-up and unfair. Nothing could be further from the truth. Even with a few wayward shots, I found the course to be somewhat forgiving and totally fair. The greens were slowed down a little by yesterday's rain, but were still what one would consider moderately fast. Be forewarned, though--there are a TON of bunkers and waste areas out there, so if you pull hook one off of the tee or block an iron into the green, you're gonna be on the beach. This course could be dismantled by a scratch player and is a fair test of golf for a low handicapper. It might be a little too much for a high handicapper, though. Even from the forward tees, there are a few tee shots that require you to carry the ball at least 180 yards, and there is no bail-out area. There is not too much H2O on the course, but when it comes into play, it's usually off the tee rather than by the greens. Price was moderate; I paid $60 in late February. Apparently, summer rates are around $120. It's a nice course, but not $120 nice. But it's your money, you be the judge. I plan on playing here again when I come back next year, so long as they don't raise the rates.
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