The staff was extremely unprofessional. We definitely did not feel welcomed our first time visiting the course: the manager and locals were clearly talking about our group behind our backs. Although the rates were reasonable, the unprofessional, snarky and elitist attitude shown by the staff made the trip a bust.
It is a nice course. But the staff is unprofessional at time with regards to scheduling, green fees, and communication. There are plenty of good courses in this area that have more of a regular golfing atmosphere. While the cost is good, it is not enough to make up for all the hassling.
One of the best courses in the general are. Fair price always in nice shape. The club house people typically aren't the nicest exempt for the 2 older ladies,but the guys are kinda rude.
This is a very good golf course. Not too expensive to ride 18 either (I think it's $25, little more on the weekends a little less twiglight). The great thing about this course is how different the front and back play. The front is more open, wide plains cutting through a subdivision. The back 9 truly gives the place its name with great tee shots off 11, 12, and 13.
The carts also come equipped with GPS units for distance to holes, but I find they only work about 50% of the time. Still a good course to put in the mix if you find yourself tiring of Ackerman.