Played golf on a Friday afternoon in August this year, paid $140 taxes included which was by far the most expensive course in the Kimberley-Cranbrook area. The overall condition of the course I was thoroughly impressed with, the fairways were nice and the greens were well maintained. What I didn't like was running into a grounds keeper on every hole other than 17 and 18. Each hole I played I ran into mower's, trimmers, etc. It was awful to see this when I you start late in the morning and play prime time.
Be aware that when they say bears are on the course they actually mean it and aren't trying to just scare you, I ran into one on holes 9 and 10. This course has some great scenery but for the money there are other's out in the area that are a much better value without sacrificing quality.
I will not be returning, not at $140 per round, it doesn't matter if carts are included and a range bucket. It's just too much money for that course. There's more to a course than just a name or reputation as a prime destination, it has a responsibility to live up to expectations and such reputation to keep people coming back or pay higher than average green fees. It's too bad, I was really looking forward to a great round and instead found myself playing with mowers and weed eaters running in the back ground on 16 our of 18 holes. Just bad timing perhaps.
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