We have played this course several times over the years as we travel north and south in our RV. On each occasion I came away with two thoughts: Play the course for position due to the dog legs and tight fairways. Second, due to the elevated greens surrounded by bunkers shoot your approach shot high and go one club higher. The fairways are in good shape (if you stay in them) and the greens are smooth and slow. My only concern was the condition of the bunkers...many were hard and made the sand shot a challenge. I shot six over my normal 11 handicap, but felt the course was fair from the white tees. The gold tees are very close to the reds, so the old farts will think they are not playing from the reds...what a joke. Nice staff and I'll play it again from the whites. Four hours on the weekends.
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