|Review by: Ana Ballard
||This is an interesting course. Many blind tee shots, so it can be helpful your first time out to go with someone familiar with the course. It is hilly, so walking will definately give you the workout you've been looking for. Plentiful carts to rent if you're not in great shape. Not many water hazards to avoid, the only one's that can give you real trouble are on holes 3 & 10. The woods are the real kicker. Many a ball has come to spend it's final days with the birds and deer. (The deer, by the way, do have the right of way on the fairways.) The course in general is laid out in a logical pattern that is fairly easy to follow. Quite a few long holes that can be frustrating to a beginner, but overall it is definately playable for all skill levels. The clubhouse has decent snacks and drinks, but no real "food." The staff is wonderful, especially Jeff, their Pro. It is not a snobby exclusive course, they welcome most anyone with a genuine interest in golf. I particularly enjoy the location, as it is away from the city, quiet, and beautiful. I think as this course matures, and some of the trees grow up, it will only get better and more interesting.