Fox Run Golf Course
|Blue M: 36.6/123||392||546||183||428||340||530||217||404||420||3460||3460|
|White M: 35.4/121||380||530||150||414||325||488||175||390||400||3252||3252|
|Red W: 35.1/119||368||460||130||400||238||426||142||301||310||2775||2775|
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Nice Beginner's Course
A "first time" played. Course conditions were average, but the Wyoming weather was dry this time of the year. Fairly flat terrain, small bunkers. Several challenges (one on 9th fairway and lead up to the 9th green). Ray, in the Pro Shop, was an excellent host, friendly and accommodating, a major plus. Overall, I'd play this course again, when in the Laramie area.
I would not recommend this course
I go to fox run occasionally. I booked a tee time on Saturday. I was surprised to find three walkers teeing off at my tee time… As a golfer in a cart, this made no sense. I also reserve a tee time to reserve that time. I do not pay to reserve to share a tee time…
I was also flagged for an outside cooler by the female ranger which ultimately rattled me. The ironic thing is the sign on the building states “no outside drinks”. I had packed myself a lunch and was very excited to enjoy it on the course. Also ironically, almost every newer golf bag contains a cooler to store drinks which can be hid discreetly to then drink on the golf course anyways..
This interaction really ruined my experience and both were a result of the staff.
Mosquito infested course. Probably could have gotten a better score if I didn't have to fight off so many mosquitoes. They double booked a tournament at the same time as my tee time which proved to be a problem because it was shotgun. I started 30 minutes prior but the groups were all over the course. They were nice enough to allow me to play through.