Abysmal is the only word to describe my experience here. In the past it's been a great challenging course. For the first time, I regretted paying $35 to play here. In no circumstances should there be sand between me and the hole when I'm on the green lining up a 7 ft putt. The tee boxes resembled the ocean floor with the amount of crab grass present. The fairways were the rough, and the rough made me reminisce of my time in the Louisiana swampland.
I'm not sure how it's gotten this bad, but it was one of the worst golfing experiences I've ever had. I hope they recoup to their original standards.
7 months ago
Worst condition golf course I've played this year. Don't waste your money. Absolutely terrible. Tee boxes not mowed. greens have several bare sanding areas. Can't even move ball around to find smooth surface. Sucks
8 months ago
Played this course for the first time (july 9, 2017) because a couple buddy's suggested it was a nice course but nothing good to say except the staff was very nice. Besides that the course looked in terrible shape. Just about all 18 holes were covered with water from which im guessing the river flooded most of it. The sand traps had actual rocks bigger than a club head in them. The greens were in pretty bad shape and many spots that were literally just dirt and no grass. I would not suggest this course at this current time. After all the flooding has subsided and maintence has been done then may try this course again (and do an updated review) since most issues is most likely due to the flooding from the river.