Out of the 27 holes at Albion, the most recent 9 (Boulders) is a little more dynamic and was completed in 2000 so many people would consider this the slightly more premium amongst the three sets. Boulders has lots of medium elevation changes and water along with moderate level of traps and a few trees. The other two nines are a little more open and links like. Greens are fast and challenging. Modest clubhouse with full food menu and drinks available. Compared to most Twin Cities courses, this place is a lot of bang for the buck.
Greens generally great condition and on the faster side. Fairways were ok. Traps on the rough side but currently undergoing big remodel! Some tee boxes good and some little lesser side.
Greens were fast and challenging, although we felt not unfair. Hole designs were varied and interesting. Good risk/reward in general. Good spacing between most holes. Excellent signage for each tee box to show hole layout.
Boulders nine has very good visuals and other two nines also rated well. As noted, sand traps under reconstruction. Water, trees, and sand features look good particularly for the cost of the course.
Pace of Play: Very Good (Mon evening)
Walkability Score: C-
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Varies - see website for detail
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