We got there before 8pm on a Saturday night and we were pleasantly surprised that it wasn't too crowded. It was our first time here but there were piles of debris around showing us they recently did some serious clearing and cleaning. It was very clean and the course was very challenging for us.
It's nice to see a family-run business like this. I'm sure they've put a lot of blood, sweat and years into this place.
It did get busier by the time we finished 18 holes (you can do 36 holes, too). The other course looked pretty cool, too.
We'll be back to improve our game!
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