For a par 60 course I was surprised how quiet it was here. No tee times and no starter but that didn't really matter. The course was well kept and fairways were soft and distinguishable. The course is compact - miss a fairway and you're likely on someone else's tee box. Honestly, didn't matter to me either. Here's the shocker - for a par three (majority) course, the greens were the best kept so far this year. I've played Fox Bend, Bliss Creek and Phillips Park this season and and not one had greens that were actually playable. No dead spots, greens were soft, actually green and lacked ball marks. Shocker, right?!
Give this place a shot if you're looking for a relaxing round and NOT looking to be rushed by pompous $&&holes - I'm looking at you Oswego residents (Fox Bend).