Redlands Mesa Golf Course, Grand Junction
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This is an absolutely breathtaking course, with views of the Colorado National Monument at every turn. The pro staff is extremely friendly and helpful. We've set up a couple of small tournaments for w... read more »
When I stopped into the ladies room the first day we played, I noted they had a page from a magazine framed that awarded Redlands Mesa one of the top ladies courses in the US. I was skeptical at first... read more »
Engh doesn't move a lot of dirt. He settles courses into the natural topography of the land. This one is not for the faint of heart since there are plenty of interesting carrys. On #14 you must clear ... read more »
A great area for a course. The houses are starting to encroach on the front nine a little too much. While the course is fun and very scenic, some of the holes are a bit gimmicky. The green on #13 is almost a joke. While dramatic, #14 can't be taken seriously. #17 is just plain fun, but close to the line in terms of competent design. The course was in great shape, and lots of water coolers available. Not for the beginner or sometimes golfer. Very good price point also.
I haven't played this course and I don't care to. When I did show up and demanded I have a tee time, the lady was very rude. She insisted I didn't have a tee time and kept telling me he was a boy when I called him ma'am. Then she went into the men's room which I found offensive because her penis dripped pee on me when I was using the other urinal. I enjoyed my time her3 but wouldn't play golf here
One of my favorite courses I have played. This golf course which is surrounded by the Colorado National Monument is spectacularly maintained and has the most gorgeous backdrop imaginable. Jim Engh did a fantastic job designing this course and I love his trademark snake-like bunkers. Great layout with many signature holes.
While visiting my daughter we decided to take a little bit of time for ourselves. We chose this course from the internet. As a scratch golfer I found the course to be challenging especially from the back tee's. The course was in great shape, but the greens needed a little TLC due to the lack of respect from golfers not taking the time to fix there divots. The greens were fast and true. The course does not offer a yardage book, would be my only complaint. My wife and I both found the views to be spectacular from any place we stood on the course. If you looking for a course to play, put this at the top of the list.
Played a round while passing through at the end of our trip, and it was one of the highlights of our time in Colorado. No one else out on the front 9, and the course was in great shape (though the greens were a little dry and quick). Though we had to cut the round a few holes short as the clubhouse insisted we be back by 8:00 pm, the round was well worth it. The holes are interesting, and though some may be slightly gimmicky (especially some of the multi-tiered greens), it was an enjoyable round of golf for me and my son.
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