When I pay $175 for a round of golf, I expect a few small things. Like a few bottles of water in the cart, a cart ready to go with tees, a yardage book, scorecard etc. None of this was ready to go in the cart (thanks for the ice though). The divot repair sand was empty in our cart as well. Come on Stewart Creek, get your %h%t together. Make me feel like this is a place that I want to return to! Where is your Alberta residents rate? For someone who lives an hour's drive away, you would almost have to beg me to return. This is how I felt before I even got to the range.
As for the course, it's fantastic, and very challenging, even for a seasoned golfer. The views are incredible. Tack on the wildlife roaming around, and the threat of an imminent bear attack, it does make for an adventurous day. We were explicitly told to be extremely careful at the 6th tee box due to a grizzly bear hanging around the area. I asked if they had bear spray, which of course, they didn't, but I'm sure they would have been happy to sell me some at triple to retail rate.
Other people mentioned issues with the course marshalls. We had none. They were around just enough to make sure the course was moving, but at no time did that try and speed us up.
All in all, if you are going to golf here, expect to be treated like a second class citizen(to the members) and pay tourist rates for everything. It's very apparent that they think that every non member there is a tourist, which is not the case, but at the end of the day it is a beautiful and challenging golf course.
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