The course consists of three 9 hole segments (mountain, lake, and forest) for a total of 27 possible holes. Bookings are made based on which 9 you will play first; the staff decides on which 9 you will play to complete the round, but I think you can find out both segments at time of booking.
I played here in the fall, during the resort's fall foliage celebration, and the scenery was incredible. The course was also in great shape, despite the greens being areated at time of play. Fairways are wide, with a lot of room for error on most holes. The layout of the course is interesting; you get someting new with each hole, and the play didn't get boring as it does on some courses.
I though the pace of play was slower than average. Unfortunately, out group was forced to wait on nearly every hole (weekend mid-afternoon play). There are course marshalls, but they were fairly relaxed with respect to the place (this is to say they were not hurrying anyone along).
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