If you make a t time they let those without go ahead of you, they allow 3 guys to use one set of clubs,so a game of golf could and has taken a very long time to play. We used to play there often because it is pretty but they do not seem to care if they lose customers so I will go elsewhere.
Holy smokes...what an interesting golf course! I don't know anything like it within 300 miles. It's very reminiscent of the mountain courses you find in North Carolina. Like the Donald Ross designs down there, this course works with the land to create about as much challenge as you could expect in a par 63 layout. The conditions are excellent, not country club quality, but much better than average for a public course. The greens, in particular, are worthy of note. Their dramatic undulations make for challenging putting. As you'd expect for an executive course, it isn't particularly long, but you'll need your long irons and some kind of mid-length driving club. The other outstanding feature is the course's changes in elevation. The first hole, for example, drops about 30 yards, and it's not the only one. This kind of golf isn't wildly popular, because it's difficult, more difficult than you think it's going to be. So, it's not crowded. Show up on a week day, and you'll move along at a nice pace.