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June 3, 2001
4 of 5
4 of 5
Reviewed by: David, Shoot in the 80s, from Omaha
This semi-private course allows some public play (check with the pro shop) The course is relativity flat and easy to walk. At first look, it appears to be a course that you could score very low on, however, you must be able to hit it straight to keep the ball in play. The fairways are narrow and the rough is difficult to get out of. This is a long course for women. It looks short for the men but plays long because of the flat fairways that do not allow for any additional roll. The greens are in great shape! When they put in a new irrigation system in the future, the course will stay in great shape all of the time. The first hole has been rebuilt and became a par five after a new lake and sand traps were added. New traps on the back nine have also increased the difficulty. Many new members that are low handicaps at public courses find that their handicaps increase on this course. Great course to get your game in shape. This is one of the best values of any semi-private or private course in the area. Priced far less the anything else around.
Nice staff. Always trying to help.
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The club house has been updated and is open for weddings, meetings and other events. Grest staff.