Nice course. Rather soggy, but that's to be expected next to a lake in Western Washington in November. The wind was something of a factor. The greens were fast but true. They had a little moss on them, but that didn't affect their playability. Quite affordable. There were a lot of Canada geese on the course, and you know what that means. However, the course was so damp that we didn't even pay attention to the goose guano because it just washed right off.
Cheap course for the city. Not a bad course. Very unusual, but they did the best with such limited land.
Not a bad course for an after work 9. Most of these holes are driveable if you have any power and the real challenge lies in some of the par 3's. Generally very easy to get on, even on a weekend.
Great little after work 9. Usually not too busy, and has some holes for every skil level player. Staff have really upgraded the course itself in the last year. Clubhouse is very basic, but the food is very good. Make sure you grab a bite on the way through.