By far the best pitch and putt Ive played, the first time I walked up to the tee off on number one the only thing that came to my mind is " are you kidding me ". I guess this place used to be a hazelnut farm and there is still some evidence of it (old farm shed behind the 18th tee, the lady at the office called it a cracking house). Slips and dips sloping all over the place, water hazards, massive cedars, difficult greens, and a couple 200+ holes. I wish I could find some pictures of this course to post with the review.. so nice.This is my idea of a good day. I get to get out throw some clubs, maybe if I'm lucky get a couple fist pumps in. Not only is it a great little course to golf its a little bit of a nature walk too, in our first visit alone we saw rabbits, hawks/eagles (not sure which but it was massive), snakes, and even a slug!! can you believe it!! If ever you get the chance or are a fan of a lil pitch and putt make sure you check it out for 18 bucks its a steal. Also a couple little tips before you hit the course ask for a "red cup" at the front desk five bucks a cup, and if you buy a hot dog do NOT leave it unattended myself and a couple friends have had three stolen by crows (smart little buggers, fat too).