I played in early January a few days after a 4" snowfall. Snow was still on the shadier parts of the course, especially the back nine. In terms of settings and views, it is probably the most spectacular course I have ever played (I play 50 rounds a year). Considering the recent snowfall I found the course to be fairly well conditioned. I agree with other posters who have noted that finding the correct tee box can be a challenge but I managed. I did not feel the need for a yardage book. There were enough sprinkler heads marked to know your distances reasonably well. It is a difficult course but luckily I hit my drive fairly straight that day and was able to score decently. I had purchased a stay and play package at the Sedona Real Inn which provided us with a suite and 2 rounds of golf at 7 Canyons (one for my wife and one for myself) for $300 so I thought it was a decent value. I am used to paying over $100 per round for a course as nice as this.
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