Played 18 here yesterday. Fun and challenging course. The two nines are very different - front has some rolling "hills", so not mant level lies - back is much flatter, so if you need to make up for errors on the front, the nine is the place to do it.
Green fees are great and the course is challenging and in great shape. Excellent course and the new chef Eric as of June 2011 is not only an excellent chef but he gets what the golfer wants -
great food at a great price! Course is in excellent condition.
This course is alright but the front and back are like night and day difference. The front has hills and OB and the back is flat and wide open. The range is a water range so it's no good and the putting green is unrealistic to the course. OK overall
The scenery on this course consists of a bunch of houses built in the 70s and a few open weed patches. The menu in the clubhouse is decent, but most of the guys in the pro shop are a bunch of grumpy old farts. They would really do well with an infusion of some new blood on the staff. The staff does reflect most of the clientele unfortunately. It seems the majority of players are a bunch of old timers who have lived near the course forever, and they are quite a cliquey bunch. Most manage to keep up the pace at least, but occasionally a round can take over 5 hours.