Neil Morris reviewed 5 years ago
- Contrary to popular opinion, this is a good, but not great Rees Jones-designed course that opened in 1991, but feels more like 1961 re. the feel of the course, the yardage and hole markers, and the course conditions. Even the renowned llamas looked puny in their corral! There are lots the signature Rees Jones mounding and bunkers, but the course conditions were average at best - greens & bunkers were fine, but the fairways and rough areas were patchy. A good course if you can find a discount card or coupon; otherwise, paying more than $50 per round is a waste of your money. Making my experience was the fact that our round took over 6 hrs. to complete due to being at the back-end of a single group of 13 foursomes ahead of us that the staff didn't tell us about before we started our round. We saw the marshal approach them only once, and then tell us he didn't want to rush them b/c they only visit once a year! When we complained to management once we finally finished our round, the clubhouse attendant only shrugged his shoulders and said, "I'm sorry..." A good course, but not worth regular green fee rates.