I've been a member here since I can remember. It's not the longest, nicest or most difficult course; but for the average golfer, it's one of those courses that you enjoy playing every time. You can score well. It's pretty wide open, left is always safe, and the rough isn't all that shaggy. It's also very affordable. The most important thing is to stay in front of the green. Every green is elevated, leaving slopes on both sides. If you can manage to hit the green, you're going to be safe, but there is no forgiveness around the greens coming from the tee on par 3's, and your second shot in on the rest.