Beautiful location, right next to the mountains. The pro shop is always fast. The front 9 is often more crowded, if you play 18, the back 9 often opens up for you. The front 9 is much easier with water, bring a few extra balls for the back 9 water holes.
Bridger Creek often has some flooding problems so ask about that before you go out. They do a pretty good job of managing it anyway, and this day there wasn't any problems. Greens played slow. The greens aren't the most impeccable you'll find, but not deal-breaker by any means. There's less sand traps than many courses. It's just a really solid course and a good value.
Date Played: April 13, 2012