We played BGC on a crisp, clear fall day during peak "leaf-looking" season. The scenery helped make up for the poor shotmaking we did. BGC is well-conditioned, especially considering the huge volume of play. Make a tee time well in advance. Don't have a foursome? They'll probably put another player or two with you... I don't like this, but it's commonplace on busy courses.
The mountains are full of golf courses, but many of them are private and if you do manage to wangle a round, you'll often be treated like the peon the staff thinks you are. Not so at BGC; the staff is friendly and attentive enough. The restaurant above the clubhouse is a really good one but golfers eat in the downstairs grill.
The course is pretty tough with some long par-3's and tight landing areas. It's mountain golf, so expect tough lies on slopes and if you play in the fall, leaves can make ball spotting tough. We paid right at $50 each to play and ride on a Saturday.
We'd certainly play it again, but mid-week with lighter crowds would suit us better.
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