Played Sunday morning as a twosome with a 7:52 tee time on a rainy morning. There was nobody there due to the rains and after hitting a warm up bucket the starter got us out early. The rains came during the night and continued till around the mid round.
POP was a little under 4 fours, but I took multiple shots are the greens from various spots on the fairways since no one was around and I just picked up new clubs and was trying to get some distances down. Had we played normally probably could have finished up in around 3 and a half hours. Seemed like we had the course to ourselves as there was one or two groups in front of us, but we only saw them at various times and nobody behind us for over three holes. Saw the Guru group going out as we were putting out on 17, but didn't get a chance to say hey.
Hard to give conditions of the course due to the fairways being wet and having standing water, but give it a few days and they will dry out. Fairways and rough were really green and in good shape. Greens held shots very well and rolled true. Putting was a little difficult as mentioned in some of the Guru reviews as they were wet and looked slow but putted fairly quick. Also some of the pins were in tricky spots and if you were above the hole at all good luck getting it to stop close.
Didn't make it in a bunker so couldn't comment on those, but they looked decent when I glanced in them. Major complaint here would be the tee boxes. Due to a shorter course many people play irons off some of the shorter par 4's so they some divot damage, as well as some were pretty unlevel. That being said all but one hole I was able to find a place to hit from that wasn't beat up and felt like I wasn't on a flat surface.
I really like this course, it allows you to work on shots with all your clubs, has some interesting par 3's and water comes into play on multiple holes. The conditions are usually fairly decent (not up to the same standards as some of the other courses in the area, but for an executive style course I think they are excellent and can't be beat), and it's only 5 minutes from my house. Walking is a breeze and I will be returning.» Close