This is a great course for the common golfer. Easy to get tee times most of the year. I have ALWAYS found the staff to be accomodating and friendly. Because the lunch or breakfast is built into the green fees the value is tremendous. Water on every hole but is very playable even for the high handicapper. Give Serenoa a try and I think you will like it.
He would play this course again.
Greens in terrible condition. Like putting on bad asphalt. Bumpy with lots of bare spots. Tees just as bad with fairways marginally better. Rough nothing but hard dirt in many places. Pace of play not bad on front nine but back nine a different story since Starter was squeezing groups in on #10 between groups coming off #9. By 11th hole backed up two groups. Took almost 3 hours to play back nine. Staff not friendly. Much better places to play for money paid.
He would not play this course again.
Good course. Could be better maintained but that is improving with new management. I have to agree with M.B. it took is 5 hours to play recently and we just made it in by dusk!
Maybe if they stopped giving away food and beer they would have more money revenue?
I've been playing at this golf course for four years. Really good course.
New ownership with dollars in his eyes. Need I say more? They are now timing at SIX MINUTES between groups -- play has gone from 4 hours to five -- so if you start at 1pm, you cannot finish before dark. And I'm fresh out of those glow-in-the-dark balls, especially since the holes are...in the dark!
I play with a group that is consistent -- 3 times a week like clockwork. YES, we've spoken to the new owner. And the manager. Stunningly tone deaf. "Well, nothing is guaranteed." Well, with reputable golf managers, when they sell you a round -- they manage it so that you can play the entire round. Enough said.
Find another option until summer -- when all the golf courses REALLY appreciate your business.