It's a few years old now, but everything still seems ""new"" and that's not such a good thing. Eaglewood just doesn't have that ""live-in"" feel that a good course has. And, I'll admit, it freaks me out a bit playing in the backyard of all those pseudo-, pre-formed mansions. All in all, it's not bad -- but certainly not my first choice.
Pros: Nice view
Cons: Kind of antiseptic