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richandtrudi wrote a review Mar 2020
Colorado Springs, Colorado109 contributions49 helpful votes
This place is CLOSED, as in out of business. The picture of the guy with the snake should be a dead give away. It would be nice if Tripadvisor updated info occasionally.
Date of experience: March 2020
RickGBAZ wrote a review Dec 2018
Scottsdale, Arizona5 contributions
Played this course with 2 novice golfers. The green fees were very inexpensive. The course had almost no other golfers on it which enabled my foursome to play without being rushed. However, I have been playing golf for 50+ years and this course was by far in the worst condition of any course I have every played. Fairways were dirt or weeds and greens were brown grass that hadn't been mowed recently.…
Date of experience: December 2018
Tonylikestravel wrote a review Jan 2017
Tucson, Arizona239 contributions50 helpful votes
This little course is a great place to work on your short game. It offers smaller distances and challenges you to be precise with your irons. It is a little rough in spots and you won't find Judge Smails or Ty Webb playing here but it serves its purpose.
Date of experience: October 2016
Colleen N wrote a review Mar 2016
Boise, Idaho1,080 contributions280 helpful votes
Wanting to play a short 9-hole par three course, we paid a visit to Quail Canyon. Although we didn't have high expectations for this little urban course just off Oracle Road, we were still disappointed. The course is in very poor condition, even for a desert course, with green painted onto the ground. If you want an inexpensive place to practice, this might be a good choice, otherwise, choose from one of Tucson's other numerous golf courses. …
Date of experience: February 2016
Jansdogs wrote a review Jun 2015
Tucson, Arizona53 contributions19 helpful votes
I really like this par 3 course. It is really great for beginner golfers, with the added advantage of learning accuracy. It also has amazing wildlife.
Date of experience: June 2015