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“Worth the trip...golf as it should be.”

Squaw Valley Golf Course
Reviewed 17 October 2012

You almost have to consider this course(s) as a collection of all 36 holes, both the Lakes and Links. I love going out there...for me I'd rather drive an hour or more to play golf on these outlier courses than play a s-l-o-w, crowded round in the city. These courses are typically very well maintained - a real loving hand by the supers there. The Links course may look a little contrived at your first experience (because the front-9 is flat, kind of out-and-back with only chocolate drop mounds separating the fairways), but it is fast and fun and allows you to stay closer to par before hitting the back-9. Another thing I love about courses like Squaw is the simpler, unpretentious clubhouse and grill, etc. Let's keep this place a secret though from the other "Dallas area" folks like me! :)

Thank pinhigh18
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Reviewed 24 August 2012

Wondrous man-made rolling hills! Two courses, starting with the links in the front (rolling hills), then onto the lakes in the back course.

All holes are meticulously maintained. Great value for the course ...particularly during the weekdays.

Club house and snack bar/ restaurant could use updating to attract customers after they finish the course.

Challenging and fun! ENJOY :)

2  Thank Monica N
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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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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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