GW It is not overpriced, simply because you can take all your sweet time in the world and practice short game around greens. No Marshalls keeping you in check. If you need to work on your short game (chances are yes, haha), this is the place to do it. Also has a superior 18hole putting course, my kids love it.
Only minuses are the big hill to walk up after #1 and the fact that errant balls are often lost for good, so I play with cheap onion bag balls. Remember this place is for practice, getting your kids into the game, and giving you room to play without rush. Please repair ball marks.
Good course for new golfers, because there aren't that many people on the course so beginners can take their time. Be sure to bring a map, b/c this place is a little hidden.
A bit pricey for a VERY short 9-hole course, but still fun anyway. Great for working on your short game. There is a really interesting hole that resembles Lombard street in SF, but bring a lot of extra balls because you will probably lose one or two on this hole. A beautiful course -- amazing views of nearby mountains. I see this as more of a 'social' course -- come with some friends, take your time, and enjoy.
This is a great course for beginners wanting to work on their irons. We were able to take our time. Not crowded like Buchanan..a big plus. Definitely will come back for more
For a 9 hole par 3 course, my irons did get a workout. I take lessons here and afterwards, the future son-in law and I played. The greens were so-so which is why I took away 2 stars. I think it's because many of the players don't repair their pitch marks. C'mon guys! The views are nice and it is uncrowded. Oh and on February 13, 2010, I scored a hole in one on the 5th hole.