We played the course after a few days of substantial rain, which may explain why the fairways were not mowed as you would expect them to be on a Saturday in mid-April. It was difficult to distinguish the fairway from the rough on many holes. There only a few holes that are tree-lined. Most of the course is wide open to allow for sprayed tee shots, resticted somewhat by strategically positioned water hazards on several holes. The slope rating from the white tees (which play at a little over 6300 yards) is 119. I have played more difficult courses with lower slope ratings. When kept in better condition this course is recommended for players with handicaps above 8. Better players will likely not fin it to be very challenging. The clubhouse staff is very friendly and I think they go a long way to redeem the course from its other shortcomings. Finally, all things
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