Greetings from Black Mesa / Espaniola New Mexico. I’m about to head out to round two at Black Mesa, but first I’d like to mention a course I visited yesterday on the way here.
I’ve heard many great things about a course in southeastern Utah in a small town called Monticello. The course name is The Hideout. The Hideout is an 18 hole, tree lined track which looks amazing. I didn’t get to play it, but I was able to putz around on a cart and take a few pictures. Time didn’t allow me to see all 18 holes. I have started a Hooked On Golf Blog Hideout Image Gallery so you can see what pics I did manage to capture.
The place looks amazing. I hope to get back down to Monticello before the season ends and test out my game at The Hideout.
It’s The Hideout not Hideaway and I have played it many times. In fact I am sitting here right now waiting for the rain to stop so I can do it again. One of the interesting things about this course is that each of the 18 holes is unique. It is a challenging mountain course so if you usually play park courses bring extra balls.
Thanks for the correction. I knew that but for some reason my mind kept typing Hideaway. The Hideaway is a tiny, dive casino in Wendover Nevada!
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