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Palo Verde Golf Course

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Palo Verde Golf Course

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316travelguy wrote a review Mar 2019
Scottsdale, Arizona36 contributions31 helpful votes
Palo Verde is advertised as a top-level & executive par 3 course. Problems start with the club house and the ineptitude of the staff. Waited almost 30 minutes to pay the cashier ( a middle-aged female) who was on the phone / wasting time. Coffee service needs cleaning...recommend a tetanus shot before approaching the kiosk
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Date of experience: February 2019
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CrankyGolfer wrote a review Jan 2019
Tempe, Arizona200 contributions32 helpful votes
Continuing my quest to golf all the Phoenix Metro area courses. This is a city owned course and only 9 holes, par 30.   I would probably play here more only if I lived nearby.   The tees were well marked but they were hit or miss for grooming and levelness.   Some tee grounds looked super trashed and some were ok.  The fairways were flat , boring and I guess good practice for the beginner.   The highlight were the greens which were pretty ok. :) More at Crankygolf.com, Regards, Cranky
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Eva G wrote a review Jun 2017
26 contributions4 helpful votes
Great little course- easy to walk. Challengin enough for those who golf often and easy enough for the novice. Most are par 3-4, but being a woman, I get to use my driver and 3 wood often.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Cathy20152015 wrote a review Mar 2017
Danville, California63 contributions15 helpful votes
Had a sweet little round with friends⛳️this morning. 6-par 3's and 3 par 4's. Flat, straight and well kept in old Phoenix area. Rates vary by season but very inexpensive for the area. Large bucket of balls (105) for the driving range just $9.00. Other courses are packed during Baseball Spring Training⚾️Nice staff - carts or pull carts available for an easy walking game (flat).
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Gsmithbeer wrote a review Mar 2017
Idaho318 contributions103 helpful votes
A city of Phoenix municipal course of 9 holes, it has a small proshop and includes a driving range. If you choose to warm up on the range they will hand you an empty plastic basket\bucket. And a receipt go out the door on the driving range side of the shop, turn left, hang your bucket on the ball dispensing machine then enter the code from the receipt on the key pad. The first hole is on the left side of the driving range tees and runs parallel to it. From there the first hole runs out to the corner of the property with the second tee box to the left of the first green in the very corner (across the street from a church where you can implore the almighty to grant peace to your game ;-) the second hole runs across the back of the driving range and from there the layout of green to the next tee box is relatively apparent. The last (9th) hole runs back along the side of the driving range to the proshop. Playing 18 involves repeating exactly the front nine. Overall the course is not bad for a city owned muni and the price is certainly reasonable.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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