The golf course itself is fantastic. It's beautiful and wonderfully maintained. It's as nice as they come.
It has the feel of a classic country club course. The layout is not overly fancy with a lot of tricky features like you might see at a resort. After playing at Treetops this felt kind of mild. The course winds its way through the forests with only a couple forced carries. The elevation changes are mostly slight uphill climbs towards the greens. The greens are devoid of a lot of crazy breaks. But don't get me wrong, this is a tough course to post a low round.
The back nine was definitely more interesting than the front nine. The holes were more unique and fun.
Here's where the asterisk comes in. The cart gal was the friendliest person we met. The guy in the pro shop could take a lesson from her. He was like talking to a wall.
The restaurant, driving range and putting green were empty, as if no one was there, yet the tee sheet was full. I felt like this course caters to its members and the locals, but the random tourists like us are just put up with. I think we were the only non-locals on the course and they could care less if another ever showed up again. That's the impression I got.
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