+0 votes Tomahawk Tony › September 24, 2010
-2 votes Christopher Thomas › October 8, 2010
Good course with multiple pin placements and concrete tees. Signage to start the course is not marked well, but thereafter it is fine. Some slight elevation changes, valley breezes and a few water hazards to contend with. Mostly a short course and wide open making it a good place to hone your skills without obstacles. Low traffic makes rounds a breeze.
+0 votes Jamie Staber › October 5, 2010
Baskets aren't regulation height, lots of thorns/"goatheads" course really doesn't flow, I feel like I walk more than I throw, a shame really, I think the land could have been used much better. I'd prefer a challenging 9 to a chip n putt 18 anyday. Nice baskets if they were raised up a solid 8-10 inches in some cases, and nice tee-pads are all that keep this one out of the "F" range for me.
+0 votes Bruce Kettle › October 1, 2010
Would play if I lived there but, I don't...
+1 votes Josh Wainscott › December 20, 2010
+0 votes Mark Frazier › December 28, 2010
One of the only 18 hole courses near by with Nice concrete tee pads and hole markers for easy visibility (except for hole # 7 is a bit tricky to find.) has a few options for different pin placements along with marshy natural areas, irrigation ditch & pond to add to difficulty. It does have short holes but has great views of the interstate & the mountains. Great place to get your ego up & get some Ace's. Not very busy most times which is nice as well.
+0 votes Jeff BIG RED Harlan › January 25, 2011
Course needs to be reconfigured to flow a lot better. Like the course got stabbed in the ground and left for the rest to try and better. Rather go up the road and hit edora
+0 votes Andrew Ahlberg › February 15, 2011
Open course,rarely busy so the speed of play factors in. Wind makes it all the more cheesy with very few trees.