They're all part of the resort, just 2 of them aren't on the grounds if you will. There was Cascades (their #1, on the mountain. The course was great. Very tough with lots of side hill lies and challenging shots. It's on a mountain after all. Real scenic. Not the nicest I've been on in terms of maintenance, but I'd assume it's tough upkeep and the rest makes up for it), The Old Course (oldest 1st tee in continuous use in the US. I liked this one better than the Cascades. Shorter, easier, but i found it more fun to play), and Lower Cascades (we went in late September and it was closed to redo all the sand traps, so i can't comment on it). We played Cascades and the Old course twice apiece.