This course was a great challenge for a 20-odd handicapper. Off the 2nd back tees I found it had enough length to be challenging but still reachable. There is a nice variation between the style of the front and back nines, the greens and fairways are great. There are no (or very few) boring holes. I really liked this course.
In addition, the staff were great. Pro shop people got me clubs and onto the course in no time despite no booking. And prices were much better than some other quality courses in the mountains. The guys who monitors how things are going out on the course was very helpful. He drove up to me, warned that I was soon to catch up to a very slow group ahead and offered to relocate me to another part of the course so I wouldn't be held up. I didn't take up the offer and just hit 2 or 3 balls per hole from then on as he suggested. Very nice service,
Only criticisms are:
1. They should not have let a group of 5 on the course in the first place (the slow group)
2. Not the courses fault however there were a surprising number of un-filled divots all over the fairways. Maybe they could do more to insist on carrying sand buckets (eg. I hired clubs and pull cart and wasn't offered a sand bucket) and to encourage players to repair divots?
Overall, loved it and can recommend.
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