The King Course is the best of the three nine hole Courses. We purchased a deal with the King/Queen courses off of Golf Now.com and it was worth the
Price and enjoyable. Both courses has much slower greens than the others in the Naples/Ft. Meyer area. Many water shots and undulating fairways. Wildlife galore. I would play the Queen/King combo again.
Absolutely the worst greens in southwest florida. I would never play at this course ever again and wouldn't recommend it even if I was paid to.
Could easily be priced at $50. I think 60-70 may be a bit too much for this course unless they spend some $ on maintenance. The fairways and greens could use some work. The staff was great! I like the layout of the prince course.
If it is not too far of a drive I would give the course a try.
The economy has taken its toll on the course but that is not the problem with this course in its entirety. I played twice, a week apart and the course conditions are marginally fair:
Tee boxes well what can you say find me some flat land - it is there - just nothing worth writing home about or here.
Fairways - best part of the course
Rough - or shall we just call it muck and this includes places on the cart path - yuck.
Greens - I think the original St Andrews greens would have been better.
Equipment - had to rent and lets just say that paying 15 bucks for rental clubs that I could have gotten a better set from goodwill for that price added an extra challenge to the game.
I will go back as it is so close - but only with an extremely good deal - oh yeah that foes explain why you can get a walk on at any time.
beautiful greens fare prices and a cart !
I love the prince fantastic course