Simply a 9-hole course with approximately 1 par-5, 2 par-3 and 6 par-4. Can't beat the price, proximity to town, and convenience. Very friendly staff and fellow players.
The course itself could be better and I would go again despite greens too dry
and occasionally hitting off of hard dirt from some parts of the fairway.
Bumpy fairways, and the cart paths are beat to $hit. Fast greens, unforgiving approaches, and some tricky tee shots make this course pretty fun. Par 34, distance of 2,840 yards with some serious slopes.
Went on a weekday and we hardly saw a soul. Hard to beat some of the promotions they have, currently a M-Th 18 for the price of 9, but I think you have to ask for it.
Good course for spontaneous play due to proximity to town and lack of traffic. Needs some TLC for this to be a good course though.
This course is a 9 hole course. In some areas it is in major need of repair but for the most part it is in decent shape. This is a good place to practice beyond a par 3 course. I might come back here for practice, but with all the other beautiful military (and non-military) courses here, I'm not in any rush to come back.
Date Played: 3/28/2010
Driving Range: 3/5
Practice Putting Green: ?/5
I would definitely play here again. Course rates are better than most.
Pro Shop, Restaurant/Bar.
A short range about 200 yards long, hitting on artificial mats.
Practice Putting Greens:
Can't really remember if they had one.
Great for beginners and veteran golfer's alike. Not very busy, so that's a plus
Military & Non-Military rates are better than most.
Not crowded & enough of space.
$14 twilight walking after 11am for 9 holes. Not much else to say. The course itself is nice, but old. Staff is extremely friendly and helpful and it's never crowded.
The driving range is more of a short game range, bring your own balls and hit to a green from the rubber mats on the sidewalk it seems.