This was the sixth of the Trail courses we played in a week and one of my least favorite. The holes include many blind shots with little surprises on the other side like a creek or a cart path to send your ball careening off line. So course knowledge is important and, of course, doesn't exist for casual visitors. Several very good shots were penalized by ignorance of the outcome. The elevation changes are sharp and creek carries can turn a four par hole on the card to a five par if you are lucky. The setting is pleasant as is expected for all of the RTJ courses, but not as spectacular as Lakes or the Judge at other locations. Cambrian Ridge would probably benefit from a caddy system for visitors like us.
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