Course Review and Comments
If you are not a 10 handicaper or better, this course will eat you up. Course knowledge is very important. Many holes require 150-200 yards of carry to fairway, or green. You are either in the fairway or digging for a new ball. Don't understand why you would design a course like this for a retirement community. Not sure why you would design a course like this unless you were only going to have retired PGA golfers there. Hole number 5 is impossible. It says to lay up at 155 yards or less for a 375 yard hole. Which then would require at least a shot of 220 yard, 90% carry, to reach the green. Otherwise the landing area is a angled away you fairway about 25 yards wide, guarded by a 20 foot deep gulch on the left and trees on the right. If you can hit your driver 260 yards and be able to land in an area the size of a blanket every time, this hole is a piece of cake. It is the number one handicap, and I have idea how to play it. If you want to feel bad about your golf game, play Rainmaker.
More user reviews for The Golf Club At Rainmakers
March 12th, 2011 18:48
I was impressed with this course the first time I played it. It is extremely challenging. I have brought many of my friends out to play, all were impressed and want to play it again. Many of them ha
August 17th, 2010 10:40
Rainmakers course is one of the most beautiful and well manicured courses you will ever find. Too bad it will go bankrupt if there are not some major changes made. After about the 5th hole our group h
August 17th, 2010 09:44
very hard and not very much fun golf course for the average golfer. layups and force carries are to hard for anyone not below a 5 handicap. great greens and very good looks at the mountains but golf t
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