I was feeling a little intimidated about playing this course after reading a lot of reviews on various web sites. Especially about the amount of water
and the severe doglegs.
I found none of that to be true. I guess it’s all relative right? Water does come into play on #8 which is a 115 yard par 3 over water. The balance of the water they refer to are either ponds that run alongside the fairway or creeks you may encounter that cross the fairway.
Overall this is a very nice course and plays very well. The Fairways and Greens are in great shape for the most part. On hole #16 there is a strip of new sod that runs all the way across the green.
For the most par the tee boxes were all green and in good shape. There were a few that were bare with little grass.
It’s very scenic and quiet, lots of wildlife and the fairways are wide open with strategic bunkers on most holes.
It was 10/8/20 and the high was 85 but it was sunny and a nice breeze and just a perfect day for golf in the Carolinas!
They have 2 driving ranges and a practice putting green.
The Staff was very friendly and helpful.
It was $35 bucks to ride 18 for the Senior rate which is a great value for a course of this caliber.
The carts are electric and all in good repair. They won’t let you take the cart into the parking lot so it’s best to drop your bag and then park.
I would recommend this course.