Course is really nice. 36 holes with open fairways and very good greens. Price is very fair. Wish my game was as good as the course.
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This golf layout features two 18 hole courses plus driving range, putting greens, sand traps and a decent pro shop. It is semi private, not private. It is reasonably priced, gets busy on weekends but is beautifully maintained. It's hard to get a bad lie or miss a fairway and greens are large although speedy. I play several courses in Central Texas weekly and I score better here than on any other course I play. Very wide fairways and large greens definitely help to score well. The links course is more forgiving than the lakes course but both are well wort playing. Highly recommended!
Two distinctly different layouts at Squaw Valley. One a traditional layout through the trees and lakes and streams. The other a links style with lots of undulation, and massive sloping greens. Both courses in great early spring shape. Would not like to walk either course on a regular basis. The price for green fee and cart were reasonable. Food was adequate. A nice touch was free cold bottled water at the clubhouse, starters shack, and at the turn on both courses.
We played the Lakes course yesterday. It's a well designed course that's in bad shape. Many fairways and some greens weedy. No sand in the sand traps, just pebbles. Dirty restrooms on the course, the odor knocks your socks off.
No real bag drop, grab a golf cart if you can. Range balls a joke. People in the pro shop very friendly but that's about the only positive thing I can think of.
The golf courses could be very special, but instead they are rundown and ordinary. Forget the top ratings by the Dallas newspaper.
if you love golf, you will love this course. two very nice courses, challenging but fun. Comanche lakes course has HUGE UNDULATING GREENS. not easy. gorgeous scenery.