It's a beautiful course. But where are the women golfers? I was told the men are shouting the gals off the course, didn't believe it until it happened to me. Me, on a par, while the guys behind were in the rough looking for their balls, what's up with that?
The manager told a friend of mine, "ladies day is Thursday!" Really? I know the Rogue Valley can be weird, but... This statement is uncalled for. (The gals who work there are very nice, most of the staff is nice and the facility/ outdoor patio is great and scenic) I love the open land concept, it's great not to have trees all around for a change.
If the manager and players were to make it up to us, I would give it a 5. Now, it's a negative. (they wouldn't give me the president of the ladies club name to email, either.)
Btw, every other town, sweet fun guys who added me in. That was when My game wasn't as good.. Sooo..
Tucson (but visit the valley a lot)
Great course! Always well maintained food is great people are friendly. Very good design playable for both the high handicapper and the scratch player.
Great championship golf course in perfect condition year round. The staff is friendly and they truly appreciate your business. I golf alot and play alot of courses...this is my favorite.
Beautifully maintained newer course with wide wide fairways and gorgeous immaculate greens. The best greens in the valley... Fast and true! White sand bunkers play well. Overall a great experience. One drawback is the lack of mature trees. The lack of mature trees leaves this great course less attractive than a mature course such as Eagle Point. Very nice club house with better than your average restaurant food!