The course was is beautiful first of all. We have golfed here many times. We always have a good time. The one thing that I noticed was that the greens were in rough shape. Other than that it is always a great time.
All very clean. Especially the hotel. Steak house great food. Slow service Bar closed. Hard yo get a fast glass of wine. Took 45 min to get a drink. One hour to get a table snd order food. Awesome service at golf.
Great course as u would expect. Visually beautiful,fairways butter only down side are the greens. Greens pretty torn up from what looks like winter damage you can tell they are working at it but would like to play again once the issue is fixed. Would like to see in the future updated carts thats about it. Would highly recommend playing this course Handicap 6
This is the place. Top 3 public course in the state but haven't played the other two. Conditions were great. Staff is some of the best and very friendly. Played on a Saturday afternoon and ranger was very busy with slow play/drunk players.
A great track, & one of the best in MN IMHO. It is especially beautiful in the Fall period with the colors changing. So far this year, the greens have been in terrible condition. Disappointing.
I really enjoyed the Wilderness at FB. The course really makes you feel like you are up north.
I've played this course almost every summer for the past decade. It's a gem. I've been debating whether I should play The Wilderness or Giant's Ridge when I'm in the area next week. The most current reviews at this course, within the past month, are overall very average. The main criticism appears to be related to the condition of the greens. I'm a habitual user of Google Maps. The review system is among the most reliable ones out there. That being said, I rarely leave reviews for anything ? good or bad. What caught my attention with the most recent reviews at The Wilderness is how the negative ones go without a response by the owner, but the positive ones do. If anything, it should be the other way around. It's obvious that management is looking the other way when on the receiving end of candid criticism. The point is that when course conditions aren't commensurate with the expensive green fees, then reduce the green fees. It's not that hard. Be transparent about the conditions of the grass. Inform prospective players when the course doesn't look anything like all the rosy pictures online.
Very beautiful course right behind the casino with gorgeous views from the club house. Very scenic course right off the first tee. Large rock walls, dramatic drops, and water throughout. The fairways and bunkers were well kept, but the greens could use some TLC. I did thoroughly enjoy my round and loved all the holes. Great place to play and would definalty reccomend it.
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