Played here for the first time on Monday in a charity golf scramble. if first impressions mean anything, then this place looked like a dump. Very old school with paint coming off the clubhouse and wood looking like it needs replacing. Not a country club I would want to join.
I read the reviews of this place and they are pretty right on. very tight, but the course is in good shape.
The greens are fantastic, very receptive, but very fast.. being above the hole is suicide.
Tee boxes are a little shaggy and chewed up, but still playable.
Fairways: are good with good coverage and the ball set-up nicely on them. A little divot damage and can tell the course does not get a lot of play.
Rough: is hit or miss with many different grasses throughout the course. Since this was a scramble , didn't have to play out of it very much.
Bunkers: seem more like dirt than sand. We were in one green side bunker and it played very nice. raked my ball out of a fairway bunker and it seemed like it was firm packed down dirt/sand mixture.
The carts are very basic with no ice chest or GPS on board. Having a good GPS at this course definitely helps. The course plays tight, but you can still play a nice fade or draw off the tee. Slices or hooks are dead. A strong 3-wood player will do good here. Not a long course, but still no push over.
looks like a course that would go public, but with it being so tight, I think it would make for a very slow round if the general public got to play.
I would come back for a charity event again, but its not a course that is a must replay.» Close