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“A hidden Gem jus 80 miles from DFW Airport”

Squaw Valley Golf Course
Reviewed 2 June 2012

Both of these courses will both challenge and surprise you for how beautiful and fun they are to play. We now make a point to play when we go because we know we can get on almost anytime at a great price.

Thank Jerry S
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"links course"
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"two courses"
in 8 reviews
"in great shape"
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"play golf"
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"rolling hills"
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"great golf"
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"snack bar"
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"fairways"
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"pace"
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"comanche"
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Reviewed 20 May 2012

With two courses, no problem handling the Texas Women's Amateur Golf Association annual match play tournament on the Links course, although parking was tight on a busy pubic day at the Creeks course. Nice warm up/practice/putting greens, pro shop, snack bar with limited menu, cart girls, and outstanding staff. Efficient pro, friendly marshalls -- what more could you want? Nice pavillion for dinners, lunches, awards ceremonies. Dry county so must join club to buy beer, spirits. Bird watchers' paradise with herons, egrets, owls, cardinals, hawks, woodpeckers, geese, ducks and more. Fish in the creeks.

Thank carolmac
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Reviewed 26 April 2012

There are two courses here, the Links and the Lakes. Rated very high by consumers for great golf, excellent customer service and very user friendly....did I say challenging? Yes, very, but in a good way. Very well maintained and country like setting. Great rates mid week - already planning our next trip.

Thank BigfishLittlefish
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Reviewed 1 January 2012

This golf course was not like the usual. There were simply no trees and it felt unnatural. It looked like the moon, with a lot of bumps. There was no real feel to the course.

Thank Ros D
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Reviewed 29 November 2011

A group of about 40 of us having been taking a yearly trip down to Squaw Valley for some time now. The head pro always does a great job of making sure we are taken care of and organized. The courses themselves are very different from each other and presents their own kind of challenges . One has lots of trees and water the other a more links style with moguls and traps. Both are very fun to play. They have a large range and putting area as well as traps and short game area.

Thank noblehousecatering
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