Mini golf, driving range, and 18 holes of par 3 golf which are lighted at night. They have a pro shop and snack bar.
The golf course is nice. The front nine is generally shorter than the back. The back nine has some fairly long holes for a par 3.
The minigolf is nice with rolling curvy holes. Nothing is flat at all requiring you to play the break. Holes include sand traps, water hazards, and "rough".
The driving range is fine, but doesn't go to 300 yards for the big hitters.
For a driving range with turf mats, this is a pretty good one. The practice green leaves much to be desired.
On the course, greens are not fabulously well-maintained, but are passable. Quite slow, however. There are no fairways to speak of--just grass like (actually, worse than) my backyard, so the entire course is basically rough.
This includes the tee boxes, which are very, very narrow in many cases. The tee boxes are torn up and are often not at all level, leading to plenty of could-have-been-better tee-offs.
You get what you pay for.
Great practice course, nice range and pro shop. Excellent play for the price
I go to this course for there driving range. I was there hitting a few balls when the rain let out and tried there 18. the front 9 was great to learn the feel of the new irons i just bought, well distributed lenghts to holes. the back 9 was excelent for the new woods that i bought. to say the least this course helped me grasp the range and accuricy of my new clubs faster than anywere i played so if you are wanting to learn some new techniques or just play a fast moving 18 i highly reccomend this course.