Course Review and Comments
I have played here three times and the course is always in very good condition. They are in the process of upgrading the bunkers, of which there are a good number. The course is a nine hole course that sets up the front and back nine's from different tee boxes to give a different look. The greens always seem to be veery slow for some reason but run true. The fairways and rough are always superb. It is of a Links style design that offers some real challenges with some blind shots. There is a par three that borders the ocean and requires a shot out over the water to allow the wind, which is always plentiful, to bring it back. Kind of a gutsy shot until you learn to trust the wind. Much of the course is in view of the beautiful waters of the North Sound. Three different varieties of Iguanna's are plentiful including the "Blue Iguanna" which is on the endangered species list. They are plentiful on the golf course. They are rarely busy so you can just about walk on anytime you choose. They have a good twilight rate after 3:30 but that does not give you time to play 18 unless you really keep moving. The only time they are really busy is the weekends when they set up an exutive course and a bunch of the older locals seem to play. Since I live here now I will probably play this course two or three times a month. It is priced about a hundred US dollars less than the course right down the street. There is nothing to complain about here.
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