Played here on the weekend with friends. Our party of 5 was split into 3 and 2 so our twosome was paired up with a friendly local couple who pointed out the various images to be spotted on the mountainside, e.g. "Rudolph". The announcements for tee times are clearly understood and professional. The course is well maintained and challenging, and of course the scenery is spectacular. The staff are always attentive when we return our carts. I always enjoy checking out the latest offerings in the pro shop. As for wildlife viewing on the course, in previous visits we have seen a fox scamper over the green on one hole, a deer lurking along the fairway, lots of Canada geese and elk. One time there was a herd of elk grazing oh so close to one of the greens. It was a challenge to finish the hole, not upset the animals and quickly get out of the area.The snack bar, however, does not have the best service. There are tables outside under the awning giving the impression of table service when in fact you need to go inside to buy your drinks and snacks. There should be clear signage indicating that it is self-serve. One thing several people in my party noticed was the open (unwrapped) can of OFF bug spray sitting behind the glass next to the muffins and other snack foods. Even though the food did not look contaminated, this is really bad presentation and potentially hazardous.
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