Warmly treated by everyone we met, making a nice afternoon at the course even nicer. Course is very well kept, narrow but forgiving if you keep it in the fairway....you don't have to hit it like Tiger Woods to play here. Even the rough is fairly trimmed, so you generally have a chance to turn a bad shot around on the next one. For a newcomer, it is difficult to know which hole you are on just driving the cart...when we were there, no hole numbers were posted nor were there distance markers at the tees (other than walking around searching on the ground for the ground marker). Found that a little odd, but other than that this was a very nice Club. Very good food, as well.