As stated, 24 holes. Diverse, some technical drives, differing terrain, and a gorgeous view of the Bay around the 18th (can't quite recall, too lazy to count). I've only played it twice so far, but it is a great place to spend a few hours really getting warmed up and perfecting your game. Since there are sometimes multiple trails for hiking/possibly biking, it may be slightly confusing occasionally if you don't have a local guiding you, but it's far from the worse I've seen, as compared to other courses across the state. My first time there, it rained the entire time, and I had a blast. Also up kept quite well, with concrete tee boxes, which is a big plus.