This was always one of my husbands favorite courses to play. It is a beautiful course with good rates but unfortunately won't be returning. Yesterday I went with him to walk along while he golfed. I have done this a lot of times at this course as well as many others. With 2 holes left, the ranger pulled up very rudely asking me if I had signed a waiver. I have never been asked to sign a waiver in all of the times of walking along with him. I do understand this policy, and would have been happy to sign this waiver. So when we asked if he brought one along with him for me to sign, he laughed rudely and said no, I would need to walk all the way back to clubhouse and sign one, then walk all the way back to meet up with my husband. This seems to go against what the "waiver" is about. The dangers of walking the course. Our other option was leaving which we decided to do. I think that it was very rude of this ranger, he could have brought me the waiver, I would have happily signed it and known from now on this is what I need to do. We were just paying customers looking to enjoy a beautiful day on the course, but won't be doing it here anymore.
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