|Review by: Chris Mosmeyer
||I've been learning to play, and this is absolutely the best course for people still working on hitting the ball. No water and sand traps on only two holes. There are lots of trees though, the greens are small, and it is easy to hit the ball out of bounds on several holes, especially if you tend to slice. One short par 5 hole, four nice-sized par 4's, and four par 3's (118 to 160 yards) give some nice variety in a nine-hole course. The fourth hole green is sloped greatly and very challenging. Fairways are not well manicured, but the greens and tees are usually in good shape, and the staff is great.