Back in early 90s, I worked for the company that built the course. I spent countless hours out here in two summers. I was also one of the first people to hit a golf ball around the course, even long before the grass was planted. It turned out great- a reasonable 18 hole public course (of course, the city messed up big-time when it tried to be a golf course operator and had to sell it). There are some interesting water features. It's a pretty short course overall, but when I've been there occasionally over the past 20 years, it's always in pretty good shape and it's a good place to play.
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