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“Lots of character and history here”

Francisco Grande Golf Course
Ranked #6 of 19 things to do in Casa Grande
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Owner description: This 18-hole, par 72 golf course stretches 6,316 from the back tees and is rated 68.8 with a slope of 115.
Reviewed April 26, 2012

Interesting place-lots of old photos of baseball players, which didn't mean much to me, but my dining companion was in heaven. Love the baseball shaped pool and cap on the roof. Food was really good, service also fine. We were about the only ones in there though.

Thank Elysium816
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Reviewed April 23, 2012

excellent greens.Some slow play by those in front who played back tees ,which they were not capable of.But a good experience and I wll revisit

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Reviewed April 12, 2012

As Arizona residents we have played dozens of courses in the state and playing in the winter can be expensive. We were able to snag a $30 rate at Francisco Grande last week and really enjoyed the round of golf. Course is a little dry for this time of year, but greens were in great shape. Lots of bunkers and some water come into play and the course is lined with many trees...so a few challenges in addition to the long length. Pro Shop staff very helpful and friendly, beverage cart timely and reasonable, drinking water available on various holes and modern/clean bathrooms along the course. No GPS on the carts and that would have been handy to have a few holes.

Had food and beverages in the bar after the round and the service was very attentive. Food was well prepared and very tasty. Probably one of the best chicken quesadillas we've had.

Overall, we'd play again for a good rate...and only mentioning the rate because of the cost of gas and the drive from Phoenix. It's not like the typical desert course here and worth adding to your list of courses played. And as others have mentioned, lots of history attached to this location.

Thank maminaz
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Reviewed March 27, 2012

This resort, out in the desert, was a wonderful place to golf and dine. It has some history... The giants played their spring training games here in the 40's. The food was delicious.

Thank Annierose_11
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Reviewed February 5, 2012

Not what I expected for a resort course in Az. It was in ok shape but very dry.
For the money there are so many better without the long drive to Casa Grande. Resort is old and is showing it's age. Looks like money to maintain is an issue! Played Las Sendas in Mes the day before for $15 bucks more and the difference was night and day. I have played many better tracks for the same money that were far better... don't waste your time or money going out there. Especially if there is any wind at all. Stay away

Thank Ralph C
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