Not a bad course, but also not a great course. Nothing very exciting about the landscape and for $85 there are better courses in the area. Worst part was an extremly rude and arrogant grounds keeper. They were cutting the greens infront of us on every hole and would not get out of the way. Joe Grady is the head grounds keeper there and he should be ashamed.
my husband is an excellent golfer and mentions the ledges on a regular basis when talking to other golfers. he feels that the course is beautiful, challenging, well groomed, has an interesting assortment of varying hole layouts (requiring constant attention to play), woody landscape (no homes,etc.)..you can see that he is very impressed with the ledges....I, on the other hand am an "okay" golfer (but I have excellent golf etiquette, thanks to my coach husband).....if I am having a less than great golf day, I am still pleased to be on such a beautiful course for the day..this course will always be recommended to others and told to put it on the top of their "courses to visit"
Don't over play this course take what it gives you, if first time buy the yadage book cheaper than golf balls, get the speed right on the greens and you will sink some puts, as they are fast and true,the staff is helpfull and pleasant,food and beverage is reasonable
This is a very picturesk track. Its a great place to play because you need to manage your game. You need to go into every hole with a plan of attack. The greens are fast and they roll true, you can defianlty sink puts if you have the right line. If you enjoy golf as a true challenge and art form you will enjoy this course. After the first round you will want to go right back out and play holes with a differnt approach after you've seen it once.
This place is the balls. If you like golf and you like a challenge play this course. If you aren't a very good putter stay away. The greens are like putting on glass. If you don't stay below the cup then you aren't making a good score. You really have to think your way around this one. Make sure to tell your wife you aren't going to be home until late night because you are sure to need some beers and a nap following this battle ground.
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