As a 10 handicapper, I found the par 71, 6,800-plus yard course to be challenging, but not oppressively so and very well designed. Like most championship courses, several tees are available, so golfers, from advanced to beginner (like my wife), can enjoy golfing there.
Like many courses these days, resort housing meanders throughout, but I rarely found the houses too close for comfort.
The course is laid out in a links style with plenty of bunkers. As a longer hitter, there were several times I chose to play "smart" rather than try my luck with the driver on some of the tighter holes.
The most memorable holes come at the end of the round. Be ready for the par 3 on the 17...Read More