+0 votes Tracey McAuley › June 5, 2011
This course was awesome, if you get the chance come out and play this one.
+0 votes Mccaffrey J › June 16, 2012
+0 votes Matt Wardell › August 11, 2012
The front 9 plays quite technical and the trick is to not get jammed up in the trees/bushes and this can be difficult as you can only see the pins from 3 of the tee boxes. Bring bright discs and a thumber if you have one. Back 9 is mostly open and elevation becomes a factor as most shots are up or down hill. Home made tho regulation baskets on the back 9 can be a bit unforgiving. Overall fun tho challenging course. Its a tough par and watch for snakes.
+0 votes Mikey D › May 21, 2013
The views of the snake river alone makes this course one of my tops.
+0 votes Paul Schaufele › March 24, 2015
Tough course. You'd better plan on taking turns spotting or you WILL lose discs. The terrain and elevation change are like no other course I have played. The scenery was impressive. There is also a nice little short 9 hole course by the visitor center for beginners and/or a warm-up before the 18 hole main course. The campground was nice, too.
+0 votes rj rodarte › November 4, 2013
Cool short course
+0 votes Dave Zabel › April 16, 2014
This course is full of blind shots and up and down terrain. Awesome views over the river and gut wrenching shots towards cliffs and accross gullies. Pack a lunch and water
+0 votes Trevor Templeton › August 24, 2014
This is one of the most difficult courses I've ever played. Its numerous elevation changes, provide plenty of opportunities to take in the beautiful scenery and bomb drives that glide endlessly above the valley below. If you're up for the challenge (and the drive out to American Falls), this course is definitely worth a visit.
+0 votes Shane taylor › August 26, 2014
this is for the 9 hole course, very short holes but a lot of fun to play
+0 votes Rich BigTrain Lang › October 3, 2014
Fun stuff, watch out for rattlesnakes, the one I came across was about 2 ft long but he will be a big boy soon!
+0 votes Larry Laub › January 24, 2015
Lots of trees and elvation. Watch out for rattlesnakes.