Since they opened this course, it has been my favorite. It is long and challenging, yet very fair. There are bunkers and water hazards. They have good ladies tee boxes rather than just making sure the men's tees are nice. It is well maintained and the views - oh my, the views. You need to see the vistas for yourself. One of the things I like the best is that, for a very nice course, they are not all full of themselves. They may have a ranger, but he does not push you unless you really slow down the play for those behind you. I have been to courses downstate where the ranger will come by every other hole and tell you if you are 2 minutes behind what they think you should be. That course cost twice as much, was not as varied, and I really disliked the ranger. Due to the isolated location of Wild Bluff it doesn't get the play it would in a more populated area. Don't let the drive discourage you. You will love the course and the area for a quick getaway. Golf, gamble. sightsee, eat and drink. Sounds like a mini vacation to me.
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