I don't think the course has been open long this season as there are four holes that have large areas of ground under repair. And when I say large, I mean 125 yards deep large. Since you can't retrieve your balls from the ground under repair area, we lost a few balls to the course. But that was about the only bad thing we could say about this course.
There are five different tee boxes, the longest making the course 7925 yards long with a rating/slope of 75.9/182 and the shortest at 5763 yards with a rating/slope of 70.9/124. I was tickled by the tee box markers, which were cast iron horse shoes, brands, spurs and silhouetted images of antelope and coyotes. The price during the week to play 18 holes is $30 for golf, $15/person for an electric cart. And this is a long, long course to walk. As Golf Card members, we were able to get the 2 for 1 greens fees price, which was nice.
The skies were threatening to rain all day but it was the wind that got to us in the long run. This course would be challenging at any time, but coupled with high winds it was a tough, tough course to play. However, the scenery was wonderful and we were surrounded by wildlife.
This is definitely a course we'd play again. When gale force winds aren't predicted for the entire darned week.