Pretty good course. The overall attitude is a little stuffy. I played here on a day where temperatures were approaching 100 degrees and rolled up my sleeves to take a shot. As soon as I hit, the ranger sped up to me in his cart and gave me a ration of grief over having my sleeves rolled up. It's not like I shed my shirt or tore off my sleeves so they looked ragged. I simply rolled them up to hit one shot on a day so hot that they actually did restrict my swing.
A group of us played here on a day off. Solid course, nice staff (despite not allowing fivesomes on a quiet day), and a good restaurant with a warm fireplace that warmed us up between rounds. It's a challenging walk on the hilly setup, but also has beautiful views of the mountains east of the course.
A couple of quirky holes, such as #3 which is a sharp dogleg right par-5 which requires either cutting the dogleg over the trees or clubbing down to hit middle of the dogleg. Overall, a great course and I'm looking forward to playing it again when in the Burlington, VT area.