6683 Yds, Par 72, Slope 119
Someone Says: "This old course, which was previously named Williams Golf Course, has nine holes that were originally built around 1945 by the Corps of Engineers as part of the Air Force base. The course was redone and another nine holes were added around 1960. The Air Force base is now closed, but the course is open to the public. There are large trees around the course, and two lakes come into play on several holes. The bermuda greens are elevated and considered by locals to be as fast as you will find anywhere."
If I tell you that the photo above is the #2 hole, the #1 handicap hole, you will know everything you need to know about the course . . . does not compare favorably to the Falcon Course, which has a similar history.