If i could give more stars for my experience at Pronghorn i would. Simply put this was the finest customer service i have ever experienced. I travel multiple times a year with family on golf vacations and my experience here was far and away the finest I've encountered.
Aside from the customer service, the facilities are beautiful and well kept. The course is challenging from all tee boxes and offers spectacular views. It is a bit of a drive from Bend but it is worth every minute.
Well maintained and the service staff are excellent. The course provides 5 tee options and is extremely long from the tips. I played Nicklaus, which had one real signature hole (15?). The practice facility is excellent offering a large undulating putting green. Pace of play was fast. Twilight deal is $125 (all u can play) in July. I played 27, could've got in 36.
Everything about this place is top notch. The clubhouse, restaurants, pro shop, villas, both courses, everything is absolutely stunning. I've had the pleasure of playing the Nicklaus course a couple times and both times were amazing. They make you have a caddy if you're not playing with a member, but it's actually quite nice. Their course knowledge is unbeatable and the help they give reading putts is great. This course is difficult and if you don't keep it in the fairway it may be a rough day since it's only a small amount of rough then scrub and sagebrush. The views you get of the mountains is phenomenal. It's pricey to play there, but if you know the right people they can get the price down.
Unbelievably beautiful resort. Architecture and attention to detail is beyond first class. The restaurants in the main lodge need new menu. Service was outstanding but food was not so good. We were able to do dinner, breakfast and night cap with snacks. Drinks great, food not so great. Will definitely return though. Tried the spa but am used to spas with more amenities like jacuzzi prior to massage. Treatment was good. I would give 5 stars if they change their whole menu and expand the spa.
Unfortunately, this Nicklaus course does not get the credit it deserves since Bandon Dunes is just 5 hours away, But after being fortunate enough to play at some of the greatest public courses in the US, this course was still able to surprise me with its beauty and course layout. The picturesque background is exceptional and the course was in great shape. The 11th to 15th holes are as memorable as any great holes in the U.S. The clubhouse and facilities are first class. I had an afternoon tee time and I was only one of 5 people on the entire two courses. I truly hope this course and facility will survive because it would truly be a great loss if it was lost to the golfing world due to insufficient visitors.