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Four Mile Ranch Golf Club
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Reviewed July 3, 2014

First of all it is far away from city
Second of all it has a lot of blind shots
Third in summer it is hotter than co springs by a lot
Fourth it does not serve food
Cool course though

1  Thank Perry H
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Reviewed June 7, 2014

Beautiful and challenging course. Very reasonably priced and pro shop staff very helpful and friendly

Thank Kathleen P
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Reviewed June 4, 2014

Great golf course. Very nice course with beautiful picture perfect surroundings of snow covered mountains. Price was excellent and it was easy to reserve a tee time. Love to play it again. Brush up on your short game.

1  Thank Trisha T
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Reviewed May 26, 2014

This is a weird golf course. No sand traps (the rocky desert outside the fairways is hazard enough!). No flat greens. Many greens are bowls that feed the ball toward the hole from any direction. They all are very tricky and difficult to putt. Many spots on these greens make it impossible to get your putt near the hole. But I think the times the green shapes help you easily balance the times they hurt you. And it IS fun--different from almost any course you've ever played. So we like going back even if, by strict definition, it's not a "normal" golf course. But there's an important reason I'm writing this review. There are three holes on the course where you must (two holes) or might (one hole) shoot over a rocky, desert "wall" to get at the green. And you can't see where your shot is going. The problem is there's no effective way to tell if the green is clear of golfers unless you drive your cart around the wall and actually take a look. So, at best, that delays play. Most golfers do it, however, because you HAVE TO!! But some, as you can imagine, don't. One of our party was just starting to walk off a green when a shot came whizzing right by his head. Had it hit him it could have knocked him out at best or killed him at worst. We drove back and kind of yelled at the golfer who hit the stupid shot and we got an apology. Maybe you could operate a golf course like this for many years without someone getting seriously injured or killed. But sooner or later...

2  Thank ArtColorado
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Reviewed April 30, 2014

This is a typical Jim Engh designed course, looks of uneven lies, blind shots, funky greens. The weather was not that great, cl=old and windy. But the people were nice and we pretty much had the course to ourselves so we had a good day!!

Thank swf1107
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