I come here at least twice week to de-stress. This spot has a great range both upper and bottom level,also nice course. Can't also beat the bar with plenty of choices and drinks :).
I highly recommend this spot for any newbies and also vets.
I don't have much experience yet on the course itself so can only review the range and putting green. Thus far, we've had wonderful experiences every time we have gone.
This course has a double decker range. Lots of space to hit both below and above. It seems like the bottom is always usually filled up and occupied when we go, which lands us up top but we aren't ones to complain. I like being on top anyway.
Get some swings in then take a seat on a bench after a few if you feel like taking a break. There are a few benches scattered throughout. Directly behind the range are two separate greens for putting along with a sand pit for just one of them. Really cool to practice on different terrain.
Like I said, I haven't been through their course, but apparently it's not so bad since it's always busy. We tend to go before everybody gets outta work (before 5pm) so we don't have trouble with parking or a spot on the range.
I've been coming here at least 3-4 times a week. I never knew the golfing range could be such a nice stress reliever. Prices are great, alot of space to golf, and it's open until 10:30pm. They usually clean up your basket while you play also, so that's a plus.
Summertime 10:30AM... still too hot! Note to self swing by the bar first! :)
I didn't get to play on the course, yet, but did hit a few baskets at the driving range. The course looked reasonably well kept and the driving range was packed!
The course and range sit back in off of the main road, which is nice and gives some seclusion from the 'city life'. The driving range is a double decker with all fake turf from what I could tell. The first floor was full, so I went to the second floor. It was all very nice and well kept.
From the second floor I could see a few tees, fairways, and the practice putting green. There was a little club shop on-site, but I didn't see any type of clubhouse, not near the entrance anyway.