This course is great for beginners as all of the holes are out in one open area, yet still fun for pros, as there are pro tee pads also available that are much longer. Many people will play the course as an 18 holes course using the am tees for the front nine and the pro tees for the back nine. Holes 1, 2, and 4 give a number of players ace run potential as they are roughly 200-250 ft. Holes 3, 5, and 6 are much longer, including a couple tee pads that require you to throw significantly downhill, which allows you to see some really big drives with the right wind conditions. Holes 7, 8, and 9 are slightly wooded with trees posing obstructions to the basket. This is definitely a course to check out if you’re looking for something concise within a nice, well-maintained area.