Nice golf course, but greens were extremely hard and slow to putt on. Too expensive for this type of course. Slow play also made it hard to enjoy
The course was in great shape. It was a little hot, but hard to do anything about that in July. There was a Junior tournament happening on the Mountain Course and the staff was great to guide me onto the Dunes course to make for an easier day. Susan W. was awesome.
Loved this course. Enjoyed it so much that when I finished I played the front nine of the Mountain course. They didn't charge me for the extra holes. It was already over a hundred degrees. The only downside of the Dunes course is that there is no turn to stop for a beer or food.
This is a decent dunes course that plays to a medium length with most holes being of average difficulty (17 being the exception). My beef about this course is that on most holes the type of grass in front of the green does not allow for a bump and run and given most greens are mounded and hard, it is... More
Pete Dye at his best. Undulating fairways will keep you on your toes (pun intended). Get the ball close, cause the greens are slick. Course is in great shape now!! Go play
of all the courses we played this was the least challenging at not in the best condition. Having said that it is still very nice. One of the guys we met after our round was a bit of a jerk and was definatley not indicative of our experience.
Played while staying at La Quinta. Very friendly staff and a beautifully maintained course. It's links style - it goes out and comes back to the clubhouse at 18. The fairways were great and the greens rolled well and were well maintained. Nice mix of challenging holes. Played with a family from Canada and got along well. Pace was excellent.... More
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