Courses

Courses

Sick and tired of sitting around the house all weekend during the winter? Bogies
offers permanent tee times for your foursome, available from November thru March.
Don’t ever let your golf league end. Bring your golf leagues to Bogies, or join one of
our two person team golf leagues, starting the week after Thanksgiving.

How do you compare to golfers all over the world? Find out at Bogies while playing on
the Full Swing Golf simulator. Each simulator is connected to the internet where you
can match your skills against players from South Africa, Japan, Canada, England, Australia,
and much more. You can also compete on the Full Swing Golf Tour (www.fullswinggolftour.com).
The Tour features a 52 week schedule in which players compete in tournaments whenever they
choose, in order to move up the Tour Money List. That’s right. Just like the PGA Tour but
without the giant checks.

Want to entertain your clients? Bring your corporate event to Bogies. Where up to 56 players
can play at one time. Simulators can be set to play alternate shot, scramble, best ball, or
even a skins game. Already have a party scheduled at another location? We can bring a simulator
to you! Impress and entertain your clients or employees. Add to your party by having one of our
PGA Professional staff provide golf lessons or a golf clinic.

Many players wonder how long it will take to complete a round. Typically it will take one hour
per person for 18 holes. If you have a foursome, it will take 4 hours to play 18 holes. Are you
on a tight schedule? If you play as a single, you can play 18 holes in only 1 hour!!

Stay in mid-season form this winter at Bogies Indoor Golf Club.

Course: Bold courses are good for first timers.
Difficulty: 1 – Easiest; 10 – Most Difficult
Appearance: 10 – Most Scenic

Course Difficulty Appearance Comments
Aviara 8 8 Nice scenery tight off the tee box, lots of elevation changes, tough greens
Banff Springs 6 8 Tree lined, Canadian Resort
Barton Creek 6 8 Under played, neat course with elevation changes, trees, and creeks
Bay Hill 8 6 Difficult, Lots of water
Bighorn-Canyons 9 7 Desert/Mountain course anything off the fairway is a hazard
Bighorn-Mountain 7 9 Very nice mountain course with huge elevation changes
Bountiful 3 6 Great first timer course, Not too much trouble
Castle Pines 7 7 Lots of trees and creeks, Ball may travel a little farther b/c of altitude
Chateau Whistler 8 9 Tight fairways with lots of trouble, one of the owners favorites
Cog Hill (Dubsdread) 8 5 Hope of the Western Open, only Illinois course on the simulator
Covered Bridge G.C 4 6 Good first timer course, Fuzzy’s course
Devils Island 50 8 Fantasy course that is impossible, if you have extra time its worth a look
Dorado Beach 7 7 Under played, Big palm trees, interesting course
Entrada at Snow Canyon 7 6 Desert Course, plays very long from the back tees
Firestone CC 9.9 9 Hardest course on the simulator other than Devils Island
Frankfurter Golf Club 8 7 Tree lined golf course with very tight fairways and flat greens
Hapuna GC 8 7 Hawaii course lots of long heather that is played as a hazard
Harbour Town 7 6 Tree lined course with some water
Innisbrook 7 7 Miss the fairway and you will be chipping out
Kapalua-Plantation 7 6 Home of the Mercedes Open in January, harder than the other 2 courses
Kapalua-Village 5 7 On the easier side, Scattered trees
Kapalua-Bay 4 7 Short and not too hard
Latrobe CC 7 9 If you play this one play Fall 2000, very tight with in course OB
Mauna Kea Resort 6 8 Hawaii course,if you stray too far off the fairway you will find trouble
Mesa Roja 9 8 Neat fantasy course, wide fairways with lots of water around the greens
Oakland Hills 7 7 Home of many USGA Championships, US Open, US Am, US Pub Links
Oakmont 7 8 For a real challenge set the greens to fast, home of many PGA majors
Pebble Beach 7 6 Fairway bunkers make this a very challenging course, not for beginners!!
Pelican Hill GC 6 8 Short but very scenic golf course a must play
Phoenix CC 7 7 Tree lined fairways, not what you would think of for an Arizona Course
Pinehurst #2 8 8 Very difficult, tree lined with tough greens
Pinehurst #8 8 7 A little easier than #2 but not much
Prairie Dunes 7 7 Kansas course, Hosted the Womens US Open, lots of praire grass
Princeville 8 7 Hawaii course, good mix of wide open and tight holes, lots of hazards
Robert Trent Jones Trail-The Judge 7 7 7700yds from back tees, add 2pts to rating from back tees
Robert Trent Jones Trail-The Links 7 7 Lots of tall trees and doglegs
Sea Island 6 6 Trees and water, not too difficult
St. Andrews Old Course 2 5 Good starter course, pretty plain but if you are a golf fan you’ll like 17&18
St. Andrews New Course 2 4 Play the Old Course, Easy, Plain, and doesn’t have any holes you know
St. Andrews Jubilee Course 2 4 See Above
The Belfry 9 8 Hosted 2002 Ryder Cup, Long course with tough greens (No ladies tees)
The Royal Melbourne 6 7 only 2 sets of tees men’s (6900yds) and ladies (6100yds)
The Stone Canyon Club 7 8 Desert course, rocky terrain makes for some interesting bounces
Thanksgiving Point 7 7 A few pretty tough holes but overall not too bad
Torrey Pines 6 6 Long, not too tight, Good course for getting used to the simulators
Troon North 5 8 Desert course with generous fairways good starter course
Valderrama 8 7 Tree lined Spanish course home of varies European events
Westfields Golf Club 7 7 Traditional private club, tree lined fairways not a lot of hazards