This course, with regard to the competitive layout, is a very good challenge to one's golfing skills. The cerebral player will enjoy the test of the proper club selection, whereas a "driver" off of the tee box might not necessarily be the most prudent selection. The staff was polite and effective. The downside to playing this course, IMHO, is twofold; (1) with the course layout being "squeezed" into a specific plot of land, within the city limits, errant shots from adjacent fairways can make for some dangerous play, This was personally witnessed on several holes, and (2) when we played golf at Desert Pines (mid-Oct 2012), there was quite the eclectic mix of golfers, that is to say, the variety of people playing golf, ranged from the avid golfer to the foreigner who barely played the game, thus you might be in for a slower than normal round depending on any given day there. The Golf Shop has a nice variety of apparel offered.
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