This course has a lot of character to it that you would not expect based on the price. Our group played there last week and we were impressed with overall quality of the course given the extreme heat we have had this summer. The greens are some strain of dwarf bermuda which takes the heat very well so they are in excellent shape. There are very few houses associated with the course which gives it a wide open look, but plenty of obstacles (trees, water, etc) to make it challenging for most levels of golfers.
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