A river snakes its way through several of the 18 holes at Kimberley Oaks Golf Club. Perhaps fittingly, it's known to the locals as Bad River. Golfers should naturally avoid hitting their balls into these malicious waters, but there are other hazards to keep in mind. Dense woods and bunkers are also scattered throughout the 6,589-yard course, each vying to earn a name like "Horrible Hole" or "Jerk Tree." Players who keep their golf balls on the bentgrass fairways and greens, however, should be able to have an immensely enjoyable game. If you're not one of the lucky ones, at least you'll be able to relax contentedly with a cold drink at the course restaurant.