I did not have the best experience....day 4 of a 4 day golf trip. The sand traps were concrete....but my biggest grip is I do not believe the distances from the various yard markers. Greens are tricky, but also did not roll true. Once and done for me.
Eagles Crossing is a challenging par 72 course. It's almost always windy, and there are no flat greens. The course does allow for some misses, but the greens are the most challenging. Fun course to play.
Played when wet. Plenty of standing water on the course. But the course design is first rate and at $35 with cart a real deal on the weekends. Course has 2 postcard par 3's. The par 5's test you. Greens have some very subtle breaks and plenty of places to put difficult pins. Many holes were wide open, but it didn't seem to matter. Some maintenance issues.
All in all worth it.
As an out of town visitor to the area, it was great to find Eagles Crossing. Back nine is great and definitely makes you think about your game. Cost is well worth the drive to head out to Eagles Crossing.