We played the Champions Course which encircles the Players Course and gives amazing views of the water. Seven of the holes end at or border the lake.
Fees include a bucket of balls at the driving range, so make sure and take advantage of the opportunity to warm up before hitting the links.
Our only objection (and this is more about us than the course) is that the holes are designed with long-ball hitters in mind. For those of us without the ability to blow out 300 yard tee shots, some of the holes, the 15th hole hole with two fully blocking water hazards in particular, becomes very frustrating. Also, drop zones are not marked, so use your best judgement. The fairways are in good (but not perfect) condition and the green are tightly mowed and remained fast from morning through midday.
Course marshals and drink service were very visible and helpful throughout the day. There is a full bar and grill and the staff there was friendly and helpful. By contrast, the Pro Shop staff was disinterested at best when we went in to look at shoes and equipment. We may have bought some gear had we gotten an acknowledgement of any kind, or even more than a grunt to our questions / comments.
The carts are electric and handled the hilly terrain quite well. There are a few holes where carts are path only, with steep inclines/declines to navigate so there's a fair amount of walking involved.
All around it was a good experience and we would definitely play this course again. The views alone are worth the trip.
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