Dos Rios Country Club
|Blue M: 69.0/125 W: 74.8/143||349||191||343||383||414||402||202||363||510||3157||389||394||177||511||380||174||529||404||397||3355||6512|
|White M: 67.2/116 W: 72.2/137||328||168||326||365||344||381||149||326||497||2884||356||369||143||474||377||148||497||377||366||3107||5991|
|Red M: 65.0/105 W: 69.4/135||305||153||316||352||319||367||92||251||473||2628||264||356||135||412||319||135||444||347||355||2767||5395|
|Gold M: 62.4/96 W: 65.6/120||267||110||271||296||280||321||86||215||409||2255||256||242||125||329||273||113||410||273||317||2338||4593|
Had good weather and the course was in good shape. This is a very traditional course (but it does improve on the back and has some fun forced carries over the Gunnison River). I wouldn't go out of my way to play here again, but if I was passing through and was really starved for a round it would do the trick.
Course is nice but quite expensive. Offers no discounts since it's the only course in the area. Driving range is poor with the golf balls to practice with are old and worn. Prices are now $50 for 9 holes and $70 for 18 holes. Putting area okay but no sand trap practice area. No discounts for later in the day and it's usually empty after noon.