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Great course. Definitely a shot-maker course. Fairways are narrower than others in the Village. Fairways and greens were in great shape on July 5, 2018. Restaurant is good. Nice food at a reasonable price. Carts seemed to be fairly new. You will need a Sky...More
First I will say we played Cortez, Granada and Magellan, they are all nice Granada was the best!! The first day we played with mr Dunn a very nice man, the second day we played with a couple from Texas they were awesome, the third...More
Cortez golf course one of my favorites in the Village. I like it because it makes you plan your shot. You don't have to be a long ball hitter, although there are some holes that require some length to your drive. I like the fact...More
Very good course with something for every level golfer. A few grip it and rip it holes, with a couple of par 5’s requiring layup off the tee. A par 3 with 150 yard carry over water from the white tees. Bent grass greens, most...More
This is one of the older golf courses in Hot Springs Village and has more trees and slightly narrower fairways. The course is very well taken care of and the people are friendly. Golf generally moves quickly since players are encouraged to complete their rounds...More
Great time and a very good course. We have traveled for 27 years and this was a great trip. It had rained and the. Purse was a little wet but it did not slow us down. People went out of the way to help us....More
Response from Dfosterk2017 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there is a green fee, even for property owners, and you must check in at the pro shop before play. Also you must have a set of clubs for each person and be able to maintain a four hour pace of play for 18 holes. I... More
Yes, there is a green fee, even for property owners, and you must check in at the pro shop before play. Also you must have a set of clubs for each person and be able to maintain a four hour pace of play for 18 holes. I wouldn’t recommend any of the village courses for somebody with ZERO golf experience. Some people walk the cart paths before golf begins at 7:00 or in the evening as long as it doesn’t interfere with golf being played.