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Bear Creek Golf Complex is a 36-hole inland links golf facility consisting of both a long and short course. The Bear Championship Course stretches to 6,825 yards from the back tees and plays to a par 71, The Cub Executive Course is a fun, sporty par...more
In a county with close to 200 golf courses. this one should never get any play. It is a small executive course seemingly cut out of a cow pasture as an afterthought. It is very difficult to navigate around as there are no cart paths...More
Bear Creek Golf Complex is a course we play annually on our AZ golf trip. The overseeing has gone well, the greens are very shaggy and have some major damage on a few of them that are right down to bare. The practice of dumping...More
New management came in a few months ago and has succsefully killed the golf course within months.every green has about 30% mud and many dead spots...now they have decided to cut deep vericuts and have punched the greens without rolling them. Its a crime what...More
This used to be my favourite course for value and fun. But the course is totally mismanaged . Greens are dried out and they upped their prices ..go figure.
They also charge for walking .
Look for another place to enjoy your golf.
This club offers two courses... the cub course, which is an easier 18 hole executive course, and the Bear course, an 18 hole pro course designed by Jack Nicklaus Group. The crew here is super friendly and helpful, the rates are better than most in...More
Played here in the early part of November. A nice facility. I played the 18 hole Bear Course, they also have an 18 hole executive course (The Cub)
Very affordable. $43 for 18 with a cart. Greens, fairways and tee boxes were nice. They will...More
We played the Bear course which for $43 isn't a bad deal for this time of year. The putting green isn't in very good shape and after the first green I thought the whole course might be kinda lousy but the greens seemed to improve....More
The course is in poor condition, the 18th green had a very large, and deep patch of sand on the front of it (so much so that you could leave footprints in it). The rest of the course was bone dry and looked like it...More
What a great way to spend a day! We played the Cub course in the morning - 18 hole executive course. Had an excellent lunch in the clubhouse. After lunch and refreshments we played the Bear - 18 hole championship course. The courses are really...More