We had a five-day stay booked, one night in the lodge and four in a Lakeshore Condo. We also had golf packages for three days. The Lodge was quite nice and deserving of the Four Diamond rating. The Condo was large and well laid out, but was dated. It also had no A/C which can be a problem in late Summer, even in the mountains.
We had two days of golf at the River Course, and it was wonderful. It is a beautiful and challenging tract and it is very well run.
The big problem, however, occurred at the Ranch Golf Course, and it was so bad that we left two days early. When we went to the Ranch Course and were loaded, the staff on duty consisted solely of young men in their early 20s. No one was paying attention to time or sending people to the first tee. There was a mix-up on when we were to start, and three of these young "gentlemen" verbally abused us, almost to the point of a threat of physical violence. When we looked for someone senior to whom to report the incident, there was no one. Needless to say, we left the course without playing the round. We left the Resort the next morning, two days early. Keystone has promised a refunded on the unused portion, but I have yet to receive confirmation of the refund from Keystone.
Unless Keystone can cofirm that it is doing a better job supervising its younger workers, I would think twice before booking a golf trip there that included the Ranch Course.