+1 votes Dennis DeBoer › June 21, 2015
Super fun course. Great use of rock structures and elevation. Pins can be put in multiple locations, nice cement pads (though some are a little short). One of the best I've played on my trip to Washington.
+1 votes Suzette Mileson › May 25, 2015
First time playing, this course was difficult with the concentration of trees (donk!). The fourteenth hole is pretty spectacular as you throw off a cliff into a descending canyon...the wind works against you. The portable bathrooms need love and no garbage cans provided so each tee off area comes with litter (free).
+1 votes Rick Bates › April 22, 2016
Great elevation changes. Front 9 is fairly level and an average challenge. Back 9 can be brutal if you're off your game or a beginner (or out of shape!) as it is situated on a fairly steep incline. Good use of the natural rock formations. Tends to get less traffic than the other Spokane courses so, generally, less wait times.
+0 votes Trevor Brezee › October 7, 2013
+0 votes Brent F › March 22, 2016
My favorite course in the Spokane area. A lot of elevation change, great basket locations, and beautiful surroundings.