Reviewed by: Tom Guzek - Sauk Rapids, MN. Tom shoots in the 80's.
Review Summary: For a resort course, speed of play was great.
Scenery: 8 out of 10
Services: way above par Everybody was great
Overall Rating: 4 Stars
Value Rating: 4 Stars
Overall Difficulty: 3 Stars
Putting: 3 Stars
Balls Lost: 1-2
Best Golf Hole: The 160 yard, par 3, 17th. From an elevated tee, this hole sets up beautifully. Avoid the marsh left and two bunkers protecting the entrance to the green
Speed of Play: 4 to 4 ½ hours.
Best Change for Birdie: #14. A par 4 of only 289 yards.
Size Of Greens: Quite large with minimum undulation.
Risk Taker: Go for the par 5, 6th in two.
Check Out The View: On the 18th green.
Practice Facilities: Nice driving range and practice green.
Who Says Size Is Everything: The par 3, 15th is only 120 yards but don't let it fool you. Pin placement on this three-tiered green requires correct club selection.
Save The Best For Last: This 394 yard par 4 requires some thought. Because of the creek 240 yards out … hit a long iron or fairway wood off the tee. Might want to take one extra club on the approach. Sugar Lake, behind the green, doesn't come into play.
Don't: Hit driver on 18.
Ammunition Required: Fore balls.
I've Got A Secret: These greens are some of the finest around.
Best Chance For A Bogey: #16. Just take out your pencil and write down a 5. 420 yards of pure hell.
I Double Dare You: To hit driver off of #14.
Did You Know: The front nine was an airport.
Speed Of Greens: Slow in spring and fast in summer.
When You're All Done: Sit on the deck with your favorite beverage and enjoy.