I played the course in April, after a long, hard winter, so take this review in that light.
This was my first time playing NVCC and I have to say - I was impressed - it seems like a great value for the quality of play.
The course has plenty of challenges without being penal. You've got some woods, plenty of water and lots of sand. But if you keep your shots more-or-less on target, you'll be fine.
The greens are relatively small (compared to the massive greens at Makefield) and very fast - probably the fastest that I've played in the area. However, this might be because it was early-season when I played. Because of this, and the size of the greens, I found them quite challenging.
NVCC is also very walkable since it doesn't have a huge amount of elevation, it makes for a pleasant day.
I'd definitely return to play again and hope that my next experience is as good as my first.
7 months ago
Course was in good shape and is pretty fun to play; especially for the price and it being a public course. However, the starters do a bad job of spacing people out or the front office is booking way too many tee times on the weekends. As a result the pace of place is very slow during any remotely popular day. The last 2 times I have played here on the weekend, my round times were 5 hours 40 minutes and 5 hours 15 mins due to the amount of group's in front of us which is just unreasonably slow. Very frustrating waiting on every hole and puts a damper on what is a pretty good public course. They either need to become stricter enforcing the pace of play or book less tee times to improve the enjoyment for everyone.
5 months ago
There for a school function. Service was personable, food was high quality, and the floor space was vast. I was left very impressed.