Palmetto-Pine Country Club, Cape Coral

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
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2.8/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
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  • The course is in terrible shape but they are working on it, I would imagine getting out ready for winter. I'd rather wait. Also, pay attention in the bar. Tip is added to the bill 
  • Even if I played the path outside the high season appeared the pretty neat looking. Affordable green fees by car and good sticks for hire. Experienced that it was very slow play in front of me the first 9, but at the last 9 loosened it. Several long, narrow and småkrevende holes. Good access to drinking water in several places around the track. A pleasant day in the nice surroundings.
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  • The golf course presents itself in a desolate condition. The T-boxes consist almost only of sand. The fairways are often without grass, partially burnt and extremely unkempt. We have never seen such a golf course. Since it has much nicer and even more expensive places in the area. 18 hole, it just had a functioning water station at 34 degrees. Maybe that was once a great golf course. But unfortunately it is completely abandoned this.
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  • Great staff and great coarse
  • Great golf course, fun to play and great greens
  • Had Sunday Brunch on the 9th of February. We had reservations and were seated immediately. Waitress came over asked if we were having the buffet. We said yes and she said go help yourselves. The breakfast was tasty and fresh. We came back to our table and sat down at which point the waitress came over and asked if we were members. We said we were not. At that point, the entire attitude changed. No offer of a beverage, no question as "is everything ok?" Nothing-about 5 minutes later the bill is dropped on our table. Really!! and the kicker is a 20% tip added to a buffet when the waitress brought us nothing. I am well aware that this use to be a private club and has opened to the public. Not sure why as you obviously don't want the public there. There are many other places for Sunday Brunch where you are not made to feel like "the outsiders".
  • Poor fairways and greens. Nice people that ran the course but needed a little maintenance.
  • loved the coarse, took my daughter and had a great day. Staff was helpful.
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