This is one of my favorite golf courses. The fairways are wide and well manicured. the greens are fast and contoured. We played Sanctuary-Estuary. Sanctuary is a very friendly course for intermediate golfers. Estuary then goes ahead and eats your lunch. Both offer their own challenges to the intermediate golfer. Overall, there are not a lot of hazards. I did find an answer to something that has been bothering me for a while. That is: how can two people review a golf course the same week and one loves it and the other hates it? We hooked up with another twosome at the course. One of the guys thought himself to be a better than average golfer. Halfway thru the first nine he announced that the greens were "absolutely terrible". I asked why and he said because they were too contoured and he was used to sticking the ball on the green. My philosophy has always been that a golfer adapts to the conditions of the course, not the other way around. These greens were a 10 stimp and rolled true. I quickly learned to hit in front of the green and roll on. The staff is super helpful. Even the ranger that told us on "16" that there were two holes open in front of us (nobody behind us) and please pick up the pace. We reminded him that there had been two twosomes in front of us an were actually a little ahead timewise (they rate this course at 4.5 hours and we played in 4 hrs 20 min). He just repeated "please pick up the pace". The starter is always cheery. The sandwiches on the beverage cart are mostly bread and very dry, SAve the $6.50 + tip. The cart girl came around 4 times during the round. Better than most courses.