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Conquistador Golf Course

Featured Golf Course Review:
Conquistador Golf Course -- Old and new Press
Review by: Adam Clayman With a decade between construction of the two seperate nines, this course is a time capsule in green construction and indirectly, golf course design philosophy. The front nine greens, built in '61, hug the land and were built by the son of a famous architect, Press Maxwell. Press's pa, Perry, is responsible for some great courses among them Prairie Dunes in Hutchinson Ks. Enjoyable, walking golf course at elevation, is a nice change from the cart path climbing monstosities built today. A tree removal program and recapturing some old fill pads, would make this hidden gem really shine.
From Farmington, Nm.

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Sonnenalp Resort of Vail -- One of the best in Vail area
Review by: Jay Ramsey While most mountain region courses offer beautiful scenery, this one presents it exceptionally well less a few holes closely bordering houses. On some holes it's a downright distraction but an enjoyable one. Very well manicured. Well worth the fees but I'd encourage getting used to the elevation before considering walking it
From Florida