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This is a surprisingly difficult course. It is old mining country and the course is up and down (cart is really needed unless you are very fit).
Over the years this course has been an on-again, off-again venue depending on how well they were maintaining it. For the last five years (2006), the management has done a great job at manicuring the bent grass fairways and greens. It is a pleasure to play here when it is maintained. You get a good challenge and some great scenery too.
The course is tight fairways and well-guarded greens with hazards just around the corner. The doglegs I find difficult because they really do require fairly long and accurate shots. Long I can do; accurate is often beyond my control. Four holes have significant water on the approaches. Several holes have either raised greens or raised tees, so club selection can be a bit iffy. Overall it is a fairly difficult course if you take it too seriously. I tend to be a happy-go-lucky duffer who just enjoys his exercise in fresh air.
The tees range from a nice 5000 yards to a more grueling 6700 yards.
$30 gets you 18 holes and a cart.
$6 gets you a bucket of balls on the practice tees.
They have a snack shack where you can get some sandwiches and chicken fingers and a cold drink.
The pro shop has all the equipment you might need (at cost) if you forgot yours. You can also get some pointers about the course from the resident pro and other golfers there.
You are advised to call for tee times, especially on the weekends, or be prepared to wait in line.
Updated Nov 9, 2007
Address: 2 Dairy Road