This is one of the hidden gems Golf Lemonade likes to share with the world. Although not as well known as its famous neighbor Sand Valley, it is a lot of course for not much money. The Pines Course is very much a parkland course with lots of pine trees and a moderate amount of water, sand, and prairie grass. Although there are numerous trees that will punish poor tee shots, this course is still a little more forgiving then some tree filled clubs we have played. The Lakes Course has not yet been reviewed but we would expect the score to be similar. Greens, fairways, tee boxes, and traps were in great shape overall. Moderate range facilities. Great large clubhouse with full restaurant and bar. Great service!
Greens, fairways, and tee boxes were in excellent shape. Sand trap conditions were a little mixed but generally good.
Greens had nice medium level of undulation and speeds that were a good match. A couple holes felt similar but otherwise interesting fun designs with decent level of risk/reward. Very few forced carries or fully blind shots.
As noted in the highlights, lots of pine and other trees along with moderate water, traps, and prairie type grass to make things visually interesting. Occasional small levels of elevation.
Pace of Play: Good (Sat morning)
Notes about yardage on the course: No GPS on carts
Tee Box Lengths: (Rating/Slope)
Blue - 6,624 (72.1/132)
White - 6,182 (70.0/128)
Red - 5,213 (70.1/122)
* CONDITIONS: Please note that conditions can change a lot on a seasonal, monthly, weekly, daily, and even hourly basis. See the About Us tab for full explanation but we always recommend you contact the course for latest conditions particularly during early/late season and after major weather events. Our reviews attempt to give you the best idea of what the course should be like on a typical day during the season.