Moab, UT 
Base Camp Adventure Lodge DGC Share
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  Not for the faint of heart

1    5/18/2009   6/26/2009
Review By: forsakenZen
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 7.3 Years
4 Helpful / 9 Not
Pros: The whole experience, Base camp is a great course and well worth the drive. You'll never play a course like this anywhere else in the world.
Cons: One or two holes are so hard, IIRC 10 and 15 that half of our group had to skip them.

DO NOT PLAY THIS COURSE WITHOUT TAKING PLENTY OF WATER FOR EVERYONE AND PACK A LUNCH AND HIT IT EARLY! TEMPS HERE GET WELL OVER 112 F DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS
Other Thoughts: Tell Bill Hi from Team DISCordia! (The boys from Ogden) He may have already left for Hawaii and the big surf but the ranch hand and his dog are the best!

We recommend getting a room or going budget and pitchin yer tent on site, you won't regret it.

4 of 13 people found this review helpful.

 

6/20/2008   7/15/2008
Review By: Tolbert
Played: 245  Reviewed: 32  Exp: 9.3 Years
22 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: As far as I know a totally unique course. Red rock features all around, and a bit of brush here and there to get stuck in. Huge, quick elevation changes with some devastating canyons to fall into. Pins that aren't visible from the tee are marked with large white poles sticking up. Beautiful, challenging course. Check out the pics.
Cons: While all the tees (2 per hole) are clearly marked, finding them is a bit tough at times. The map at the lodge is a must have. Beginners may find this course intimidating. Course is also extremely difficult to get to. The road in is also very intimidating.
Other Thoughts: While hard to get to, the course is well worth the trip. I strongly recommend calling the lodge, the guys there are very nice, very helpful and can give you a idea of what you're in for. Having traveled there by road, I suggest taking the Colorado river to get there. You can pick up the river in Moab (and a boat in town too) and follow it right to the lodge's/course's backyard. Staying at the course overnight is also a very nice option.

22 of 24 people found this review helpful.


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