I had a chance to play there a couple years ago. The big course is awesome once you get past hole 1. It is 1000' in a flat field with a 20' fairway mowed in three foot tall crap. The rest of the course consists of tight corridors through the woods and open holes with elevation changes. There are some hikes in between holes. Take more water than you think you will need you get pretty far away from any drinking water source. I have been wanting to get back up there to play it again. The B & B part of it looks nice and is well maintained. I didn't get a chance to stay there but got a tour of the rooms. I didn't get a chance to play the smaller course but it looks like a fun time.