I would go with a 1.5 based on the abandoned bunkers and the eroded cart paths down steep slopes that makes it downright scary when it is wet out. It is also very hilly in spots which as led to some short 90 degree dogleg par 4s. But the greens and fairways are decent bent grass, so maybe it is a little better than a 1.5. That light green area between the blue and white stakes is an abandoned sand trap.
Big Beaver Creek Golf Club
Nah. ... You just got lucky. Bribing with beer was the smart play.
This place is ADX Florence, "The Alcatraz of the Rockies". Truth be told you'd rather spend time in the original.
Funny to think that playing the ole pink ball could land you on the other side of a six-foot concrete wall from El Chapo.
This is great advice. One of the things the Pro recently advised me to do was this. I was over coiling causing me not only pain but crap contact. Looking at those "half swings" they really weren't. I often see guys at the range overswinging by miles.