Played at this course on a business outing, so I don't know the cost. The clubhouse is nice, but not spectacular. It is hard to describe the overall feel of the club other than to say that it seemed like money could be an issue as things were not bad, but they were just ok. Several of us got a sandwich to take to the course, and the bread/roll it came in seemed a few days to old, as it was pretty tough to chew. The course was fun to play and in pretty good shape, but is not a spectacular layout. The staff was nice, the pro shop a bit sparse. If the green fee is reasonable, I would recommend playing the course. I wouldn't pay a lot of money to play the course. Overall I would rate this club as not bad, but not great.
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