A nice set up where you have a choice of 3 different 9 hole courses.
If you're playing 18, you have the option of mixing & matching any two of the 9, Cottage, Lake or Road.
Me, Ben, James & Phillip played the Lake & Road.
The course is wide open and well planned, it seems to sprawl over vast acerage. I saw
at least three Great Blue Herrons cruising the lakes.
On the Lake 9, water comes in to play on several holes; it can be intimidating. Several in our foursome made multiple contributions.
They do have a driving range, a samll bucket is $4 bucks. The also have a small practice putting green.
On Sunday you can play 18 & ride @ $45 bucks.
If you play in the morning it's either hot dogs or nothing for food options. A small consolation unless your up for top shelf whiskey from the well stocked bar.
Aside from the dude taking my money who reminded me of Mr Scrooge, my only complaint was the tee box markings. Once you complete a hole; the next tee box was sometimes several hundered yards away and no indication of which direction to point your cart.
There were quite a number of large oaks that were down from previous storms.
Seems there is no rush to get them cleaned up. I guess the economy is still so bad in the area they don't have the budget for a chainsaw