Very interesting layout, very challenging, but the most fun course we played after two rounds at courses in Green Valley during our trip. Guys at the pro shop warned us not to keep score since it was our first time playing. We should have listened to them. Plenty of blind shots, many up-and-down-and-up fairways, and plenty of opportunities to really mess up a hole due to lack of local knowledge of the course's quirks. However, the course's solitude and the wide variety of valley and hilly holes make it worth the trip even from Tucson. Don't let the rather plain and "old" feel to the driving range deceive you. Overall, the course is in good shape, though the sand in the bunkers is a little hard and not of the usual bunker sand consistency we normally expect. Just a pretty and historical location with very little course traffic on a weekday. A pleasure to play if you are a mid-handicapper (15-20+) and don't keep score.
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