Again, lots of weeds, poor conditions throughout the course, and not great care taken to maintain this course. Sad commentary for those who live near and enjoy golf.
The food here is good, especially since going back to be part of the local Metro Group. The menu is quite limited though. Perhaps they are just trying to differentiate it from two of their other restaurants in town. Right now, they are closed for the summer. I think they open back up in Sept .
The greens keeper deserve kudos for a sustained effort to make this one of the most pleasant Green Valley golf courses. This course has water and it shows. A flat layout is the only thing that detracts. Spectacular views and well thought out layout combined with the ongoing maintenance make it a pleasure to play. Recommended.
A few rough spots around the fairways, but still a good course. Greens in good shape. We'd recommend it to others.
Torres Blancas always seems to be in good shape, and we always seem to get around in 4 hours or less. The staff is friendly and always willing to help out. We had a frost delay and they worked to get things back and on time.
Torres Blancas Golf Club, is nestled in the Santa Cruz River Valley at the foot of the beautiful Santa Rita Mountains.Torres Blancas meanders through charming neighborhoods and breathtaking desert scenery and great mountain views with 3 lakes, numerous sand traps and generous, undulating greens. Four sets of tees offer a challenge to golfers of all abilities
This course was average at best. Our party of eight golfers all agreed that if we could do the golf package again, we would play the Canoa Ranch course twice for the two rounds were were entitled to.
The was in pretty good shape, the staff was friendly and it is a nice setting. There is no GPS in the carts, but there are yardage markers on the cart path. I would prefer to have a 150-yard stick in the fareway, but the path markers are okay. The restaurant is very decent for dinner.
Again nothing special to set this course apart from the other Green Valley courses. Layout is boring and non-descript. Play can be very slow. Greens are in average condition. Like a lot of courses,it is obvious they need to spend some money but aren't. Fees tend to be on the higher side for what you get. Wait for a discount... More
Nice place for lunch with lovely views of the mountains. Service was very slow. There appeared to be only one waitress and this is peak season. Lunch was the usual fare and reasonably priced.
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