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When we arrived in March , so much of the area was dried up and brown . We expected lush green vegetation - didn’t realize there are two seasons - wet and dry.
We arrived at Rio Hato airport nice enough and after a 30...More
Continuing my quest to golf all the courses in the Phoenix metro area, for my 79th course, I played a 9 hole course in Scottsdale. This course is one of the worst courses in Arizona I have played if not the worst.
Finding the place...More
I get it’s inexpensive, but not subjecting myself to it would have been free. Paid $50 more for 2 at Shadow Mountain got high end rental clubs, a gorgeous course, ice and water provided with the tricked out cart, oh and it was 18 holes....More
I needed a place to loosen up a bit after a long flight to PHX and the hotel recommended the driving range at Coronado. Definitely a public driving range where you're hitting off hard turf that's pretty worn out. But then again a medium size...More
What it isn’t – high priced, luxury, resort golf. What it is, inexpensive golf in Scottsdale. It has a small but efficient club house. Warning it is cash only. However you can play nine holes for about ten dollars. It’s executive length with only one...More
We golfed at Coronado in February and were disappointed with our experience. The course was in poor shape, had poor signage, was crowded and the only positive was the friendly staff. There are lots of other courses around that are a better value.
We enjoyed a mini-reunion with friends, made all the more fun by a helpful and friendly gentleman who checked us in. (his old, bald sidekick was rather dour, so don't even try to talk with him!) The course itself is a a fun, fair challenge;...More
The staff is very friendly, that's the only plus.
The course is in terrible shape. The fairways are made up of dead grass or dirt.
None of the holes have markers, so you had better take a score card so you can figure out where...More