NICKLAUS COURSE -The club now has 27 holes playable. The Nicklaus Course which is 1,000 feet above sea level measures 7,102 yards from the yellow-tee with a 74.7 course rating. Even from the blue tee (6,695 yards), the course rating of 72.8 indicates the possible difficulties for the average golfer. Rolling terrain on the front nine and moderate hilly on the back nine. Scenic layouts are common with a tough finishing 18th hole punctuated with a bunker in the middle of the green. PALMER COURSE-The front nine (9) holes of the Palmer Course is located on an area higher in elevation than the Nicklaus Course. It is a typical mountain course with more adulation on its fairways. It is shorter than the front nine of Nicklaus but more challenging.