Golf Course Review: Old Channel Trail Golf Course
Three distinct nines offer a golfer both variety and challenge. The old Woods couse was opened in the 1920s and has Scottish bunkers to challenge you. The Meadows is a long nine where you are likely to see deer, fox, turkeys, geese, ducks and a few birdies if you can masters the pin placements. The Valley is my favorite because it criss-crosses a deep and wide creek bed as you play this nine. This is a scenic, true north challenge with strategic doglegs, bunkers and undulating greens. What fun!
Based on my experience: I would play the course again.