Public Places: Golf Courses
It's a rolling course with nice amenities, family-oriented with many activities.
The club opened its first nine holes in the spring of 1999 and its last nine holes later that fall. It is semiprivate, which means it costs a bit more than most public courses.
The greens are excellent, and the course conditions are fine for a facility out in the country. The care and maintenance of the course are surpassed by few.
It's a good course for the beginning golfer, because the walking is easy and it adds to the experience. It's not complicated, but it still requires skill to get the ball on the green.
This is an award-winning Hurdzan Design Group golf course and home to Bill Reilly, a PGA professional of the year. It has a gourmet dining area, sparkling swimming pool, and three clay tennis courts.
This new course offering will become one of the area's best. The layout is outstanding, and the use of the property is great. It's a true shot-maker's course, but needs several years to mature.
It's a deceptively short course, because there are many chances for disaster along the way.
A nice break from the long, 18-hole efforts.
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