The cost for a round of 18 with a cart $235 (week-day) seemed a little pricey for the overall condition of the course. Some of the tee boxes were not exactly in lush condition. The greens were probably rolling a 6-7 on the Stemph Meter. The traps hadn't been professionally raked in several days ( old foot prints and divots). The views were incredible of the surrounding mountains and meandering Bow River, but the Bow River had overflowed it's banks due to heavy rains and flooded part of the course a couple of weeks before playing. So in all fairness it just may have been bad timing, but there should have been a reduction of the green fees due to the current condition of the course.
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