Jefferson is nice. Really nice. Depending how it's set up (pins and rough) it can play as hard as any course I've played. I am indeed a lucky dude because a college roommate of mine is now an assistant superintendent here and not that many of our friends play golf. The course is closed to members on Mondays and I usually get to play it with my buddy a few times a month. Golden Hook-Up.
I love the design and layout of the course. The fairways are usually pristine, and some of the par 4's are brutally long. Hole 1 can be a rough way to start a round with a small landing area and a small green surrounded by water. From there you go to a nearly 500 yard par 4 which is a challenge just to reach in two for most golfers (myself included). There are two par 3's that are also long (190 - 210) and have huge ponds in front of the greens. Recipe for disaster. If you ever have the opportunity to play here, I highly recommend it. Bring extra balls, though Danger lurks everywhere at the Jeff.