Made a trip out to play this Ross course as it is now public. Overall it is a fun course that is a bit over treed. Solid green complexes and good bunkering throughout. The land itself is not too severe. One was a nice gentle handshake that forced the golfer to deal with some bunkers. I thought 8-13 was the strongest stretch on the course and 13 through 15 being the toughest. The trees definitely meant there was a decent amount of quirk to deal with throughout the course. Overall the place has some good bones but could do with some tree removal. My understanding is the the current owner loves the trees so don't expect any big changes in the near future.
Date: September 18, 2019