I would highly recommend making and advance tee time or using their on-line website.
They are understaffed and will you will be lucky if anyone picks up the phone at 7am or thereabouts when they clubhouse opens.
I had an 8:16a tee time on 5/5/22 – Cinco De Mayo.
I got paired with Hunter & Eva a couple who started playing during COVID.
They had played the course several times before so they had good local knowledge. There are some blind shots off the tee.
The Senior tee’s give you no real advantage on some holes and on others significant advantage.
They have a driving range but it’s obvious they don’t rotate the teeing area to keep the grass fresh. A small bucket is $6 bucks. There is a fair sized practice putting area.
There were bare spots in the fairway. The tee boxes were all in good shape and marked well. The greens were rolling a bit slow and for the most part were in good condition with just a few with bare spots. The fairways are very open on most holes. There are fairway bunkers on nearly every hole and green side bunkers scattered throughout. If you go out of bounds you will be penalized severely because of heavy overgrowth and steep drop offs.
I liked the front 9 much better. There is a fair amount of water and on 2 holes you hit over water on Par 3’s which is fun.
The clubhouse is busy and there was only one guy there when I played. He was working the register, answering the phones and serving food.
They do have a porta-pots on each side. They have a nice covered picnic area with lots of tables if you decide to host a tournament.
My biggest problem with this course was hole #9 (Editor’s note: this is actually hole #18).
The fairway close to the green is adjacent to the driving range. You will see dozens of balls in the fairway on the right side. If you land your drive over on that side ‘good luck’. Stay on the left side of the fairway or use something other than a white ball.