Pheasant Country Golf Course
|Blue M: 71.4/122||323||401||392||250||519||422||155||409||493||3364||450||349||314||160||359||176||329||563||383||3083||6447|
|White M: 69.8/118||305||389||374||189||503||355||147||403||481||3146||438||329||304||119||349||167||321||553||368||2948||6094|
|Red W: 70.9/110||288||314||354||173||409||300||122||328||400||2688||350||310||284||99||264||157||299||435||294||2492||5180|
Easy scoring conditions
Pheasant Country course is a sweet little course that doesn't give you much trouble but you will get your fill of dog leg holes. That aside it was not very difficult to score well with pristine conditions.
The tee boxes might have been a bit shaggy when I played but the rest of the course was fantastic.The course plays open and you never really ran into the other holes around you. There was a 90 deg cart rule in effect but they gave you you great yardage indications on the cart paths and above ground markers, so you don't spend a lot of time seeking out sprinkler heads. The greens were over sized and perfect.
The staff was very friendly but the pro shop was small and rather cluttered. My favorite holes were 3, 10, & 17. If I only had one choice I'd play this one again instead of Heart River in Dickinson.