"Good layout, greens were in great shape. One suggestion I would make for this relatively new course is to have yardage books, GPS or even just an aiming stake at the 150 mark. It was difficult to determine where to hit the ball for the first time playing the course.
"This course is easy to get to from Interstate 196, if you have been there before, or if you have GPS. I believe a new direction sign or two would help out.
"The drive up to the clubhouse had my doubts; however once I was greeted by the staff I knew I was in for a fun day.
"This is definitely a Links style course, with a great lay-out. The tee boxes are well kept with a variety of skill levels for all players. The fairways are always curved around many bunkers, which always present a challenge. The greens are large, and very playable even with some having 2-4 foot elevation changes.
"The greens are a blast to putt on, hands down the best part of the course.
"I also liked the difference in front nine to back nine. The front nine offers many waste bunkers that travel the length of the holes, these bunkers are for the most part easy to hit out of. Also, the front nine offers a great risk/reward hole on the 3rd hole.
"The back nine offers many water hazards, but also has many bunkers as well. Which for a Links course is unique. If you are 'MAN-ENOUGH', there is a 685-yd par 5, hole 16. This is played from the back tees.
"I would recommend this course to any level of player, and to any size of group outing."