Our group had been here over a year ago. Had fun the first time, as we love golf and each other's company. However, I (for one) left many good shots in the bag the first time. I wanted a chance to improve on last year's round. The course was in good shape. They have an 18-hole layout, featuring mature trees and generous fairways, located in a peaceful setting. The course has some interesting rolling hills, small greens and is location next to the Pendleton Reformatory. I like the up and down hill challenge of some of the holes. The greens are challenging but generally fair. I do think the par five sixth green offers a special challenge dependent on pin placement and your approach shot. Regardless the low 90s sunny day, the golf was great fun when we played. Think we need to play this course again down the road. Cowboys Bar and Grill, right at the course, is just a couple dozen yards from the club house and has a couple nice bars and a full food menu.
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