Could have been better, could have been worse...the Golf Course staff and course were great, the bar/restaurant area could use some polishing up on their service skills....
I was impressed. Really solid place. Course is very challenging and in good condition. Some nice elevation changes and good views of the mountains out here. I wouldn't recommend walking it. Decided to do that over ride on a 100 degree July afternoon and lost about half of my body-weight. Lot of gaps between holes and a few road-crossings as well. Friendly and helpful staff though. Had no problems there. I'll return here without a doubt.
P.S Not the best course to play if you're afraid of snakes.
Stopped by this course just to hit a few ball and the guy in the Pro Shop gave me the entire rundown of 4 more courses in the area. Super helpful and very friendly!
Can't wait to go back and play the course!
Great course layout! Lots of elevation changes and challenging tee shots. I had never played this course and got paired up with a couple who hadn't either. This was definitely a disadvantage as there are many blind shots. Course knowledge would have shaved off a few strokes fa sho.
The greens had just been punched and they were slow so that is why I gave it 4 stars. Otherwise, it was a great course especially for $35 during twilight!
I haven't actually golfed here, but I've been to the clubhouse and the driving range.
It's an open course, which is nice. You have to go up to the club house and buy tokens ($4 for 35 balls) to go to the range. It always looks busy but there's tons of space to go hit balls. It's nice and quiet here, tucked between the road and some nice houses. If I knew how to really golf, this would definitely be the top of my list!