This was a fantastic course to play. It is a desert course, no out of bounds markers, and no homes on the course. Everything is in play here. I was met at curbside by bagboys from my truck to the cart. The cart (with attached cooler) met me at the clubhouse. I was to play with another, but he was running late so they told me I could wait half an hour or go ahead and play alone. I played alone. I was met on hole 2 by a employee with icy towels. After my round, they cleaned my clubs and I gave them a small tip. They gave me two posters of the course's holes. The fairways are fairly wide and the 14th even has two fairways. The grass was in perfect condition; no dead spots. The course is on Native American land, but maintained by a private entity. The overseeding process runs early to mid October, so call before you go to make sure the course is open; Its closed for two weeks for overseeding. I would definitely recommend this course, especially if you have never played a desert course. It's challenging, but even for the heavy slicers and hookers there are no trees, so you will be able to find your ball if you hit off of the fairways. You will not be disappointed here.
Rode All 18 on 09/28/2010