Indian Canyons Golf Resort - North Course Review


April 09th, 2012 20:06

Reviewer

First Name Mike
Last Name Cardwell
Handicap 16

Course Review and Comments

Not your typical Desert course design, more like back home but with Palm Trees. Residential play with wide, bunkered fairways and greens. Not alot of water except for around the 9th and 18th approach shots. Very well maintained course with close cropped greens. Payed less to play Escena and actually a little more for Shadow Hills. Escena by far the best deal, but a much more difficult course. At least I played better here which was probably due to being my third round of the week and year. Would like to play the South Course next year.

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Date course was played Thursday 29th of March 2012
Price paid for golf 0
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Play Again Yes
Recommend Yes

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