Van Zandt Country Club is an average course winding through the pine trees of east Texas. Just north of Canton, along the frontage road of I-20, Van Zandt has some fairly narrow holes, lots of dog legs, and some side by side holes. Most of the holes are flat and start to look similar after awhile. Water comes into play on 7 or so holes, but only causes a challenge on a couple holes. There aren't a lot of bunkers (good sand), but they are strategically placed around the green making the approach shots difficult. On this visit the fairways were in average condition and Van Zandt had just recently lost most of the greens (they are working on replacing them). The greens are about average size and had minor slope. We felt Van Zandt is a little pricey at $46, particularly since the greens were in such bad condition.