Phantom Falls DGC

Pine, Colorado     1 course · 38 holes     Driving directions

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-  -3 votes  + Paul Rothley › March 8, 2011
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This is a Colorado mountain treasure, best of the best!! If you want the very best information regarding this course go to www.dgcoursereview.com - Phantom Falls. You can also call the owner Paulie @ 303-816-4622 for a tee time and information. You can also go the course web page @ www.PFDGC.com, this should answer all your possible questions. Don't miss this one, it is one of the very best in CO. If you play both Phantom Falls DGC, and Beaver Ranch DGC in one day it's called the dirty 50 an ...
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-  +0 votes  + Tomahawk Tony › May 23, 2011
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such a beautiful course... so many holes! great lay out.. cant get lost... great view...the owner is awesome he will get your oritated in the begining... bring plenty of water and food.
-  +0 votes  + Zachary Myers › August 9, 2011
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Great course! Plays on the side of a mountain so tons of elevation changes. Really makes you think about every shot and what could happen if it catches an edge... but it was completely unpredictable. You play to a couple of the baskets a couple times which gave you different looks at good pin positions. Course was extremely clean and well taken care of. The aspen basket was very cool. Pro shop on the property and you could buy lunch there also. Only things that I would change is to have at l ...
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-  +0 votes  + Joe McKalips › September 27, 2011
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Lots of fun! Bring Oxygen...
-  +0 votes  + Richie Ramsey › January 16, 2012
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This course was probably the one of the most gorgeous settings for a course i have ever seen! I played first tag match of 2012 (Foothills Flyers) on a 30 hole layout normally a 36 hole layout and was floored by how amazing this course is. Pine baskets,Wind chime baskets and even a 9 hole mini course. There is really no way to do this course justice in writing just get up there and play it!
-  +0 votes  + Adam Mondragon › February 28, 2012
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I'm a big fan fan of mountain courses and this one is by far at the top. Paul is a great host and makes sure the layout of the BIG course is known and if your lucky he'll even join you for a few holes and show you some great local lines. You can easily loose a full day up there and leave wanting more even though the "darkside" may make your body beg to differ. Will be back as soon as I can!
-  +0 votes  + Jake La "Putt" ka › June 18, 2012
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SO MUCH FUN! Have the course to yourselves and Paul is just awesome. Definitely worth the 20 bucks but book your tee time early. Expect Tournament style play and you will be disappointed. This is TECHNICAL!!! Yes you will use your mid ranges and putters a lot but NO do not leave your drivers at home the uphill shots and hard left and right shots need drivers. Better be in shape!
-  +0 votes  + JP Pulley › July 7, 2014
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Such a fun, unique course to play. This isn't your typical course made for the mass public. This was course laid out by Paulie for him and his friends to enjoy . Thankfully he's opened it up for others to enjoy the way its supposed to be played with a small group of friends and loved ones. The course is designed for a full day adventure. The holes loupe back to the house every 6 -9 holes where you can take a break, drink a cold one or cook up a steak. A benefit of having the course to yours ...
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