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Desert Lakes Golf Course
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Owner description: Championship 18-hole golf course measures 6,300 yards at par 72.
Reviewed 5 March 2013

Course was in bad shape. The greens were okay and the fairways were decent if you didn't mind bumping your ball but the rough was basically a dirt field. No doormat glass at all and needed a lot of TLC. Pay a few bucks more and play down the street at another course.

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Reviewed 31 January 2013

We played this course today, and it was ok. The most disappointing thing is that the cafe and bar is not fully open. At the turn, we would have liked a bite to eat, but settled for a bag of chips. We used to be able to get a meal there either at the turn or after our round, but, no more. Why?
This is certainly not the only course with coot problems, so I suppose you just have to deal with it. Overall, it was good for the "Golf Now" price we paid.

1  Thank Lois A
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Reviewed 8 November 2012

This is our 3rd year we have played there and they always treat us well! Eddie & Linda are the best!!!Course was in great shape .

1  Thank skippy120753
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Reviewed 30 October 2012

This golf course was once a must play course. Sadly it has had 3 owners over the past 4 years with each doing a progressively worse job maintaining it. It has now become the worst golf course in the Mohave Valley and is not worthy of a play. They have stopped watering the rough which is now returning to desert and even now one can see what a terrible overseed they have got this year. Add the coot problem they have each winter ....well save your money and golf one of the other area courses.

1  Thank putterdude
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Reviewed 15 August 2012

if you like cow pastures with houses all around it. and love 120 degree heat , you will love this course. of alll the courses in the area , this is the worse

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