This golf course, under various names and owners, has been open since the 1960s. The present owner has greatly refurbished the fairways, and added cart paths and a nice restaurant to make the course much more attractive.
$30 (AARP rate) gets you the course and a cart; tee time reservations are greatly encouraged and you can do it by phone (number below) or by a form on the website below.
This course is not for those who are afraid of water. You practically need a row boat to play this course. So stop in the pro shop to buy a fresh pack of balls before you go to the first tee.
The hazards are high on the fairways with peripheral bunkers, sandtraps at the greens, heavy rough and trees that are placed in your way. There is a fair amount of hilliness to the course to make club selection an interesting challenge. Duffers like me get quickly frustrated and forget about the scorecard and just concentrate on finishing in 3 hours.