After having lost about 18 balls on another course to woods and water, this is a refreshing course. Played with the same ball the entire round. As a woman golfer, I got a lot of yardage breaks on nearly all holes. I think it would be challenging for white T golfers because I generally got at least 100 yards on each hole. It's beautiful scenery, open play and most holes are pretty straightforward. It's a nice course that we finished in under 4 hours, only had to wait on last two holes. Definitely would go back.
He would play this course again.
Emerald Greens is always in good condition. It is a pleasure to play without any gimmicky holes. Moderate elevation changes through parts of the course, others pretty flat with some water hazards. It is a very good course to work on your game - holes are straight forward so you can plan your shots. four tee levels with enough separation to make the course adaptable to golfers with varying handicaps. Very walkable course.
Silver course is more challenging but somewhat busier. Good overall experience.
Somewhat open course with challenges including a few blind shots and quite a few bunkers. GPS on the cart would have been nice.
I'm a new golfer. Really only been golfing since last year. I've played less than 25 rounds in my life. I really enjoyed the course. The staff was friendly. The course is well maintained. I enjoyed it a lot. I will look for deals to play this course. I played the Silver one and think the Gold course is even better so I will play that one next time. I really like this course and will be back! The only negative was when the older pair behind us shot into our position. The ball landed less than 10 feet behind us and I almost complained. We let them play through but I thought that was rude...hopefully they are not the typical player at this course. It's also not the courses fault.