A nice course tucked in the back woods. Getting to the course is the toughest challenge and one is not sure what to expect as you pull into the dirt parking lot. With nothing more than a garage for the carts, you are told to go ahead and chip/putt on the 18 green is nobody is coming. The course begins ny meadering through the Texas forest. On the 6th hole, the course moves from the forest to a palm bordered, coastal feel. Due to drought conditions, the course suffers since there is little maitenance performed on the course and it must rely on rainfall. The last three holes are a nice finish, but the course loses some interest with the middle holes. Not a bad value, but for those that live further away, the value is depleted due to the distance driven. Will re-look at the review if the course is played after some rainfall.