|Overall Difficulty (1-5: 1=Easy, 5=Difficult)||Green Speed (1-5: 1=Slow, 5=Fast)||Rough (1-5: 1=Short, 5=Long)||Bunkers (#)||Water Hazards (#)|
|Condition||1-5 : 1=Poor, 5=Excellent|
|Short Game Area||Yes|
This course is very unique and was in excellent condition when we played in November. These two reasons are why we highly recommend the course. We also got word from some frequent patrons that the course is well maintained in the summer months.
However, Little Bennett can be very frustrating, especially if you do not have local knowledge. While there is not a lot of water, there are ditches and patches of long grass that are hidden because of the elevation changes. The elevation changes also create many blind shots. This can sometimes make it hard to find your ball even if you did not hit a particularly bad shot.
The pin placements can be ruthless and make putting extremely difficult if you are not used to putting on fast greens. There are plenty of trees and most holes will penalize a poorly played shot.
On the bright side, if the course does start to beat you down, the beer is pretty cheap ($2 a can when we played).
As you may have guessed already, the elevation changes make walking a daunting task. Use a cart for this course.
There are stakes for distances. Red for 100yds, black 150yds, and blue 200yds. Other distance markers can be found in the fairway, but are sometimes hard to spot.