This was a very awesome experience. I went and played the red and the blue courses on back to back days.
As everyone says, this place is so far out there. It was almost suspenseful driving down the several mile drive way just to get back to the club house. It's amazing how much land Mosaic owns out there.
Once I dropped off my clubs up front and parked my car, immediately someone was there to pick me up in a cart. In fact, the staff did an amazing job anticipating my every move with their radios. Anytime I was going to walk anywhere, a cart would appear. With that said, the staff were all very friendly too.
I played the blue course first. The greens were in amazing shape as were the fairways. After playing at Bandon Dunes, the blue course reminded me of Pacific Dunes with different landscape. The red course reminded me a lot of the saguaro course at wekopa in Scottsdale, AZ minus the cacti (designed by the same architect). The entire resort had a bandon dunes feel to it too. Between the red and blue, I'd say the blue is more playable but the red has a lot more dramatic scenery.
I paid about $100 to walk the courses each day during June (I'm from AZ so the heat didn't phase me). It was a phenomenal value. The concept, layout, service, and landscape are all so unique that it's a must play at some point in your life.
My only complaints were that the yardage book the first day was missing half the pages, and they didn't have any yardage books left for the red course so I was guessing yardages all day as I was playing by myself. Overall, not that big of a deal, but when you're trying to be a top of the line golf destination, you might want to fix that issue. Also, the greens seemed a bit slower and more grainy on the red compared to blue which I didn't care for.
Btw, the prime beef burger and 3 onion soup were outstanding!