On a whim we checked in at the pro shop to see if we could get on for 9 holes late in the day. No problem and the price was very fair. The course is fairly basic, but still has interesting holes. Trouble comes from trees which line several holes, some sand traps (they have enough sand in the valley for more), and surprisingly water hazards. We were surprised to find several spots of mud on the course, but then realized they have to keep the course wet to even have a course. We learned there's more water in Death Valley than we thought. If the weather is playable it certainly would be worth the time to play the lowest golf course in the world.
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