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Williston, North Dakota
June 19, 2005
From journal Wisconsin Dells - Playing Like a Child
by Shelly Matt
March 10, 2004
From journal Family Fun In Wisconsin
September 30, 2003
We started by playing the intermediate difficulty level course. This course was very challenging. There were a couple holes where all but one of us had to pick up after the six-shot limit as that is all that is alotted to try to keep the game moving. These are not your typical holes where you have to bank once and you get in; these holes are very challenging to get around the obsticles and things. After playing this 18 holes we decided to play another 18 holes as they give you a discount on each course you play after the first one.
This time we chose an even harder or more challenging one. We wanted to go to the hardest one but there was about a 10 minute wait on it, so we went to the second hardest. We only got through about eight holes and then it started to rain. The course would give you a free pass to come back and play in the next 12 months, but we were leaving the next day so we did not go on. This course was definitely harder but we were still having a blast playing. Our 11-year-old loved it even though he was having a hard time making a lot of the putts.
I would highly recommend this to a family that likes to be challenged and likes to have some friendly competition. I could have easily spent a better part of a day there and would have loved to take a picnic lunch to eat and let the kids enjoy the playland. It really was not that expensive, especially for the type of challenge you get and the views you get. If we go back to the Dells, this will be a lot higher priority on our list of things to do. I would eventually like to play all five courses. It even has a couse that is handicap accessible. This was a fun time for all and is definitely something we will try to do again.
From journal Wisconsin Dells and Christmas Mountain