+0 votes Brady Farr › Badlands › October 7, 2010
+3 votes Kermie Maldonado › Badlands › November 27, 2010
+0 votes Ryan Foose › Blair Witch › December 2, 2010
+0 votes Ryan Foose › Badlands › December 2, 2010
Sweet elevation and distances. Challenging yet beatable course.
+1 votes Fro the Pro › Badlands › September 16, 2012
+0 votes Tomahawk Tony › Badlands › January 29, 2011
+0 votes Patrick Blazek › Badlands › January 28, 2011
Very hilly, up and down course. Fun but tiring, first hole is always a fun way to start the round. Mostly elevation changes and a few trees come into play.
+0 votes Patrick Blazek › Blair Witch › January 28, 2011
Complete 180 from the original 18 part of the course. Nicely wooded and challenging. Lots of birdie opportunites but also a fair amount of opportunities for errors.
+0 votes CHARGER Quinn › Badlands › January 30, 2011
+0 votes Tomahawk Tony › Blair Witch › March 9, 2011
tight and keeps ya honest... needs better tee pads...the pads are starting to canoe...better tee signs would be nice also
+0 votes justin gill › Badlands › August 2, 2011
+0 votes Mike Horak › Badlands › July 8, 2012
Nice long course with unjulation and a nice set of woods runing thru middle of course. Sweet pro tee pad with big drive over the lake!
+0 votes Mike Horak › Blair Witch › July 8, 2012
Sweet 9-holer located in heavy woods, that is short and technical. Not very well marked and tee pads dirt. B rating was generous because of the poor markings and pads;the layout and thick foilage make it fun and gave postives for course rating.
+0 votes Todd Pace › Badlands › March 19, 2013
+0 votes Dan Chando › Badlands › November 20, 2013
The Badlands portion at Camenisch is the longer, more open 18 holes. It can be a bit tricky to follow at time, especially if you aren't familiar with the different hole locations. Some holes like 5 and 6 can play quite a bit different depending on hole location. It offers some good elevation changes, and a pond that comes into play on two holes. The course can vary from pretty long to reasonably short depending on where what position the basket is in. All and all, good use of the land. Would be nice to see new signs, but other than that, it's a solid course!
+0 votes Dan Chando › Blair Witch › November 20, 2013
The Blair Witch portion at Camenisch is the shorter, narrower 9 holes. You can opt to play these additional 9 holes after you finish hole 12 at Badlands. Most of the holes force you throw an extremely accurate drive through tight openings, with the exception of 4, which plays over and around a giant sand hill. This course can also be a bit tricky to follow at times especially since it's all un-marked. When you finish on 9 (which has a hanging basket) you can pick up where you left off at Badla ...
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The Blair Witch portion at Camenisch is the shorter, narrower 9 holes. You can opt to play these additional 9 holes after you finish hole 12 at Badlands. Most of the holes force you throw an extremely accurate drive through tight openings, with the exception of 4, which plays over and around a giant sand hill. This course can also be a bit tricky to follow at times especially since it's all un-marked. When you finish on 9 (which has a hanging basket) you can pick up where you left off at Badlands on 13. Definitely a cool extra 9 holes to add on. This course plays much different then that Badlands, so it's good to play for a little extra variety.
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+0 votes Tim "Skip" Becker › Badlands › November 16, 2013
+0 votes Zach Peele › Badlands › January 22, 2014
+0 votes Stoney J › Blair Witch › March 25, 2014
Awesome nine hole course WITHIN the 18 hole Badlands course. Had a lot of fun on this one.
+0 votes Stoney J › Badlands › March 25, 2014
Awesome course! Loved the Blair Witch course WITHIN the Badlands. Played during the dry season so the water hazards were dried up for the most part. There is a pond that you throw over. Played a pick up round with 3 guys and had an great time.
+0 votes Corey Harrison › Badlands › April 5, 2014
+0 votes Chi Beard › Badlands › April 8, 2014
So far my favorite course in Colorado. That will probably change when I get into the mountain courses though. The Blair Witch holes are a nice change from all the wide open courses elsewhere along the front range. Navigation would be difficult without a local guide. I threw out the wrong pin once or twice even with a guide. All in all lots of different looks here and I like it.