Hidden Valley Golf Resort has been hit hard by spring flooding this year and recent weather hasn't exactly helped the situation.
The nine-hole, par-three sand green course opened on April 25, but had to close briefly the following weekend after the area was hit by a snowstorm.
"(But) it's been more the flooding than the weather," said Brad Dutton, who owns and manages the course.
The campground has not opened for the season and may not for some time if flooding continues as predicted.
Dutton said there haven't been many rounds played so far.
"Not really, and it was all weather-related," he said. "We had some beautiful days in there, but they weren't on the weekends when the regulars like to get out."
But the course is making the most of being pounded by torrential waters.
"We have an island green now," Dutton chuckled.
"We're just going to have some fun with it. We'll hand out balls to everyone and they can shoot for a prize."
That's not the only casualty so far.
"We've had a couple of holes shortened because the tee boxes are underwater."
Dutton didn't have information on this year's tournament dates, but one new addition will be monthly skins nights. Four of them will be held, beginning in June.
The same staff returns from last year.
"I think the flooding would have been a lot worse without Rafferty in place," Dutton said. "Rafferty has done its job."