Ratings from our panel of 1,900 course-ranking panelists
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“A typical 1960s-era golf course needing to remove hundreds and hundreds of trees—not only for playability but to boost its conditioning. There are some good holes and the layout is a test from the back set of tees, but there are a number of frustrating holes on the front nine that are too cramped by trees. The back nine does open up and offers some nice variety."