The Viper Course at Whiskey Gulch

Designer: Andre Quenneville

Course Description:

Enjoy the views and the golf at my newest creation, The Viper Course at Whiskey Gulch!

Tournaments Hosted

Year Event Tour Winner
2016 Hero World Challenge PGA Tyler Harris

Other Courses by Andre Quenneville

Course Name Theme Par
The Canuck Club at Devils' Escarpement Boreal 72
The Champions' Club at Belmont Countryside 70
Midnight Sun Golf Club - Yellowknife N.W.T Boreal 72
The Double Black Course at Christina Pines Boreal 72
Orchid Trail Golf and Country Club Countryside 72
Lunenberg National Golf Club Boreal 72
The Canuck Club at Angels' Plateau Countryside 72
The Shore Course at Ponderosa Lakes Boreal 72
The Perigrine at Beechwood Hills Rural 72
Griffin Lakes Golf Club Alpine 72
Quail Ridge Golf and Country Club Autumn 71
Persimmon Valley Golf Club Harvest 72
Kahiko Beach Golf and Surf Club Tropical 72
The Capilano Club Boreal 72
The Timberwolf - Olympia, Washington Highlands 71
The Timberwolf - Olympia, Washington (Sunday) Highlands 70
Crofton Ridge Golf and Country Club Harvest 72
Nighthawk Canyon Golf and Country Club Desert 72
The Denali Club - Fairbanks, Alaska Boreal 72
The Links at Lions' Bay Highlands 70
Whonnock Lake Golf Club (Black Diamond) Swiss 72
Humboldt Bay Golf Club - Eureka, California Highlands 72
The Nomad Desert 71
Harrison Mills Golf Club Rustic 72
The Ocean Course at Windjammer Bay Delta 72
Shaliath Rustic 72
Burrowing Owl Golf Club (2018) Steppe 72
Holland Park Municipal (CC) Autumn 72
Return of The Nomad Desert 71
The Jumeriah Club Steppe 72

Member Reviews:

I generally like my courses to be a little more subtle than this. By that I mean that there are a number of holes that feel to me to be trying extra hard to be difficult. This is mostly due to narrow landing areas for drives, but also with pins placed on sharp slopes (although that might be considered a staple of Andre's courses). Just as I was maybe getting ready to write this one off as not for me, though, I ended up enjoying a number of the holes on the back 9. It's a challenge, no doubt, and some will enjoy it more than others, but some will definitely enjoy it. 

Visually the course is quite well done, as expected. I can't say I'm a huge Delta fan, so wouldn't I rank this among my favorite courses for aesthetics, but I don't think you will find a single person complaining or giving this one low marks in that department. 

In summary, I think this one would earn quite a bit of recognition as a standalone course, but it will likely get buried a bit in Andre's stellar library.
Reviewed by: Craig LeVasseur on 2/5/2016