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“A Gem”

Trickle Creek Golf Course
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Owner description: Using a combination of dramatic elevation changes and multiple tee boxes, this 18-hole golf course offers an enjoyable test of skill for all levels of players.
Reviewed August 23, 2014

Lush, beautiful, even in the pouring rain we had a great round. We had the course virtually to ourselves. It is challenging, but we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and can't wait to try it again in the sun.

Thank Golfgal60
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Reviewed August 19, 2014

We were there for an event. The food average, the company great! The location is of course on the golf course and it was within walking distance of our hotel.

1  Thank 748Canadiense
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Reviewed August 5, 2014

Nothing but the best, don't miss it, it is truly spectacular. Good restaurant too! And watch for deer!

Thank HariSeldon2
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Reviewed July 2, 2014

This is a beautiful and fair mountain golf course The staff is friendly and the food was ok. Their signature hole is well worth the visit. Prices are reasonable.

Thank woodmister
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Reviewed August 26, 2013

For the money they charge to play Trickle Creek Golf Course, one expects a five star experience. Unfortunately, it is a three-and-a-half or four star experience at best.

Trickle Creek Golf Course is in good shape overall, including well maintained greens and fairways that are, for the most part, in good condition. Some of the golf holes are a little goofy in design, but that is to be expected on a golf course cut out of the side of a mountain.

The lack of a proper driving range (the driving range can only accomodate a maximum of eight golfers at one time), no GPS in the golf carts, and a five-hour Saturday round of golf, made for a less than five star "resort golf experience".

1  Thank carfaxdave
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