Course is nice layout. Greens are not very true to putt on. Management is a little less than to be desired. Ordered three beers at the turn and they wouldn't even give me a bag of ice or rent a cooler on a day when it was over 90 degrees. They also did not have a beverage cart on the course which is what they should have if they are going to have a policy like that. Instead they put my beer in a Pepsi cup (which is costly) with ice on top which was melted and getting warm by the second hole. What really got my goat was when I complained to the manager he informed me that that's their policy because of the terrain and that if I wanted to drink and golf that I shouldn't play this course and that is exactly what I will do.
I have played well over 200 courses all over the country and 98 percent of them are very accommodating. The management here would rather lose your business because they are to big for their britches. So if you want to have a few beers on this course bring your on ice but I recommend playing somewhere else.
One of the nicest public golf courses I've been to in Northeastern Ohio. Well-maintained with a lot of challenging elevation changes. The rough is (appropriately) a lot more punishing than other area courses. What stood out particularly for me were some of the beautiful downhill par 3s carved out of the forest as well as the tree-lined cart paths that border a few of the fairways. A decent (though not particularly luxurious) clubhouse looks out at the 18th green and water.