Note: I was here for a holiday party so this is only a review for the service and food in the clubhouse.
Service - 4 stars. The people were all very friendly and attentive. The bartenders were great and knew their drinks (albeit you only needed a few, they were poured very strong).
The clubhouse itself is also very nice. It was still decorated for the holidays and was very clean.
Food - 2 stars. We started the meal with a salad, which was fresh and the dressings good. Then we had a choice between fish, pork and chicken. Not much description was given about each so I was fairly surprised when the pork arrived in front if me and was breaded. The meat itself was tender and decently yummy. But it was covered in a thick apply-fruity-not sure what it was sauce. The mashed potatoes were also a weird consistency and the green beans tasted like they had been soaked in butter. Overall, not very impressive.
Wonderful golf course! I've been playing here since it opened up in 2003. At first it was a little rough around the edges but has grown to be a real enjoyable & challenging course. It has a balanced combination of big hills, winding fairways, deep bunkers, undulated greens and challenging pin placements. The grounds are maintained pretty well considering all the water around.
Staff is friendly, courteous & helpful. Especially the ladies. LOL!
Price to play is affordable considering the many courses surrounding Madison & its amenities (see below). Average round in 2010 w/ golf cart was around $48 (Peak).
Only small gripe would be the noise from the I94 freeway. Doesn't effect my already crappy golf game though.
Amenities: GPS assisted golf carts, driving range, teaching & fitting center, big dining area, full kitchen, full bar, outside deck that overlooks #7's par 3 green, full beverage carts & attractive cart girls. Uh, are cart girls amenities? I think so.