The course itself is good and I thought it was in decent condition. Some holes are challenging, and there are enough hazards to give everyone the opportunity to find a few. The price is OK even with a power cart which came in handy on some severe elevation changes.
The biggest problem with this course is SLOW PLAY and despite expressing those concerns to the staff, nothing was done (or even attempted to be done) about it. A normal round (18 holes) usually takes about 3 1/2 to 4 hours but this course takes closer to 5 1/2 hours.
If you don't like slow play then avoid this course.
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