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Bear Creek Golf Complex, Chandler
(3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I have been trying a new course in the Phoenix area every week. Played here in a foursome with friends on an early morning start. The range was ok. You had to first get tokens to get balls, then drive...  more »
  • The Cub executive course at this complex offers few challenges. It's a par 3 set up that's flat and far from dangerous. It's a good start from a northern forced lay off. 
  • Unfortunately, 2 friends and myself went to play this course today. George harassed us on the 3rd and 5th hole to do the 'cub course' and move off of the course because they had a very busy morning. N...  more »
Google
  • Best value in the east valley. A good track with friendly staff and real nice practice facility. One thing I like is they keep their fees reasonable in the winter and not try and gouge you like most of the other courses in the area. For that reason I choose to play here throughout the summer even when the other courses have lowered their rates.
  • Nice course. But can be crowded at times
  • Ouch! 2 star greens, 3 star fairways, 4 star tees but NO character! Boring, boring, boring. Very good range with good grass and supporting practice areas. Played in 102 degree heat and they told me to make sure I had plenty of my own water because they don't have any on the course and there was no cart lady. Arizona, 102, and no water on the course?!?!?! Ridiculous! And had to find my own cart and a key. Just no value. Save your money, don't waste your time, and give Putt-Putt another try. Overall: 2 stars.
  • I am a handicapped veteran. This is my second time coming to this course. The first time I played, I played with a group of older white guys (who were cool as ice in the winter) and we had handicapped flags. Had a great time. The whole day no one asked us about our disabilities. Round was great. Fast forward to 3/5/16 (today). I had my handicap flag on my cart and was playing with my brother. We were on a hole and the cart girl stops her cart and asks us what in the hell were we doing with an attitude. I advised her that I have a handicap flag and what the hell do you mean. We exchanged a few words then she had the nerve to say, "I bet that injury is fake." It took everything in my power to keep from cursing her out. I replied though and said when you do the things I have done serving this country, then talk to me. Now fast forward to the back nine. My brother and I see the cart girl and she stopped and talked to another employee that has the player helper (or something to that effect) flag. He then comes over to us and makes small talk and then asked me what my handicap was. At first, I thought he meant about golf, then realized he was asking me about my actual disability. I told him Army stuff. He probably did not understand but he said been there done that. So, A, I guess the staff are medical personnel that can cure my disability, or B, they ask everybody who plays that uses a handicapped flag what is their disability, or C, they were being pretty racist. Yes, I am an American (who is black) and I have served my country and my community (retired police officer)! I should not have to be subject to the humility and racism that I was subject to today. Yes, it was only a round of golf, but, it is the principle of the negative and racist interaction. I am very intelligent, so the second conversation was completely unnecessary. Funny, I was thinking about making that my favorite course. It is a nice course. After the interaction, you can have it. The rest of the staff was pretty friendly and professional. If it was not for the racist interaction, this would be a great place to play.
  • Great beginner golf course,particularly the cub for families