This course was in real rough shape when I played 9/21/14. The fairways were more dirt than grass and the greens were very sandy. They don't have a sprinkler system which dried up the course with little rain we've had recently. It was challenging hitting irons off dirt patches, but on a plus side there is only water on one hole. and the course overall is very forgiving for beginner golfers. Its not expensive but even for the low price I would have liked nicer fairways.
Fairways so dry it's hard to find your ball. It's worth it if you're looking for a cheap, easy round of golf, but other than that it's mostly old people playing very slowly.
Good place to get in 18 ( not nine twice ) for 44 bucks with a cart
One of my staple golf courses. Run by a nice family who has owned the course FOREVER. They keep the course very playable and it is reasonably priced. It can get a little bit on the dry side during the summer, but overall a good, convenient place to play a round.
Stone E Lea is a place to go if you're looking for a fun round with your friends or a place to play early in the season before other courses open up. I played Wednesday and I'm going back today. The course was in good shape for March 13th and aside from the standing water on the fairways it felt like I was playing in June, not March. For $20 I played 18 holes and they even let us play an extra 3 holes to settle our match.
Do not go to this course if you're looking for a speedy round or are impatient. I once almost got in a fight because a teenager behind our group thought it'd be funny to tee off on a par 3 as we were getting in the carts and his ball hit me in the elbow