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Although I do miss the old menu that had steak and lobster, and the duck club sandwich was to die for and brought me back repeatedly. We still go occasionally. The Pub menu is very very limited. Also miss the pasta they used to have
Having golfed there a number of times, I always enjoy the experiece and the course. It is well kept, and well designed. Other then sometimes sharing parts of the course with geese (actually making it interesting) the setting is beautiful.
This resort is barely a 1 dressed up as a 7. Terrible service throughout. Electrical plugs in rooms don't work so lights turn off and on at random. Don't complain about a thing, they don't care. I won't recommend this place at all. Stay in...More
Played the front nine and the entire experience was terrific. From the fabulous breakfast sandwich we took to go, to the very nice marshall at the first tee box who kindly took a couple of pictures for us, the round was thoroughly enjoyable. Will definitely...More
We've been making mid-Sept trips into this area for a number of years and for many of them St. Eugene was seen as a must play course. I'm not sure that will be the case moving forward.
Don't misunderstand, the course, service and value are...More
The course was in great shape. Particularly army for late September/early October. Fairways and greens were good. We were only able to play 13 holes as it was our 2nd round of the day. Our only disappointments were: the lady in the snack shack was...More
Surrounded by the Canadian Rockies. Greens and fairways in great shape, even into fall. Historic building used to be an Indian mission school. Lots to do and great location, just off main Canadian Highway.