I've been a member of Terrace Hill since the early 1990's. It's a private golf course, but not a country club. It's well maintained and is challenging, but fair. When the greens are rolling fast putting can be a pistol because of the uneven undulations on the big greens. I like that everything is reasonably priced and that you can always make it around 18 holes in 3 1/2 to 4 1/4 hours. There's a nice practice range to warm up and you can walk the course too. No mandatory cart rule.
If you get a chance, play it, you'll be glad you did. If you want to join a private golf course for an annual $350 fee and pay as you play, this is a good option. Just ask for Ron.
This is a private course I got to play with a friend of mine. I'll tell you what, the par 5's are short and the par 3's are tough...it seems its set up for "old man golf" but if you need to feel good about your game play this course.
Eleveation changes are nice, they wont pack em in here. I heard this place has been around for awhile, you can tell.
The greens were consistent and I will definately be back.
Just an average course.