Eagle Ridge Golf Course Reviews

Optical Illusion: Fairways are very wide. However, for some reason, they seem difficult to split.
Speed of Play: 4 to 4 ½ hours.
Best Change for Birdie: The 16th. Uphill par 5 of 486 yards. Two good shots allow you to reach this green in two. Stay right of the green if you aren't sure!
Best Golf Hole: Number 5. 391 yard dogleg right. Requires a long and accurate drive from an elevated tee. Second shot is all uphill to a well protected, huge green.
Clubhouse: Very nice clubhouse over looking Trout Lake.
Best Par 3: The 4th. From an extremely elevated tee to a heavily bunkered green that slopes from back to front.
Practice Facilities: Good sized driving range and large putting green.
Tee Times: You betcha.
Size of Greens: Large. No extreme undulation.
Speed of Greens: 8 on the Stimpmeter.
Ammunition Required: I suggest you keep at least 3 balls in your bag, plus the one you're playing.
Most Unique Course Feature: The fact that this beautiful course was built on an iron ore dump.
Best Chance For A Bogey: The dreaded 6th. Measuring 503 yards, this dogleg left, Par 5, requires two back-to-back accurate shots or you can write down a 6.
Walking: There are some steep elevation changes. Walking is very enjoyable.