Played this late last year and was frankly appalled. Masquerading as a golf course, this place looks like a farmers field that has been "shaped" into a semblance of a course. I hit a giant earth moving machine from the first tee - it proved to be my best moment on this course. Fairways with tufts of grass as high as my knee on them, sand on the greens, if you strayed off the fairway by 2 inches (and I do mean 2 inches) your ball was probably gone - the semi rough was a foot to a foot n a half deep in most places. Went back to the club house after the front 9 and asked for some of my cash back - no chance I was told - cash back after 1st tee only. The girl in shop had obviously dealt with numerous complaints about the place. Bottom line: save your cash, your time and your golf balls. It you still feel you need to experience it, throw a sleeve of balls into your nearest farmers field and then post him $40.