You absolutely cannot see where your ball is landing. They have way to few targets. The short 100-120 yard target is totally worthless as you cannot tell where you ball lands or ends up because the target green is nearly flat and at eye level. If all you're interested in is trajectory and direction, the place is ok. The divots are not sand filled so the ground is so uneven you can't get a decent lie or footing. The putting green is terrible. The chipping green is ok, but too close to the parking lot. The little 9 hole course is ok for kids, but not for any serious play or practice, as its condition is terrible as well.
I recommend, Golden Bear, North Texas Golf Center, Marsh Lane D.R., DA's or TopGolf over this place anyday.