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San Ignacio Golf Club, Green Valley

(3.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • My golf group made a decision to leave the course where we had played for 10 years and moved our play to San Ignacio. The staff there is of "country club" excellence from the folks behind the counter ...  more »
  • Coyote Grill at San Ignacio Golf Course is one of the best places in Green Valley to watch Madera Canyon mountains turn pink at sunset. The bar is the best place to meet up with friends, chat and watc...  more »
  • Fall 2016 update... compared to other local golf courses (Canoa Ranch and Torres Blancas) in Green Valley, San Ignacio golf club is my "top choice" to play. Solid course improvement over 2015. Reasona...  more »
Google
  • Nice layout, great clubhouse, beautiful scenery. Course is in great shape. Greens fees are very reasonable. Staff is friendly and helpful. I'll be back!
  • Golf course has made a huge improvement. Young maintenance employees seem to just stand around and smell the air as the elderly maintenance employees are the hard workers. I also believe I saw the young maintenance employees get in their golf car and sneak away to "get in touch with nature" . I am not sure who is managing this golf course, but they are obviously not paying attention to their young employees and letting them do what ever they wish to do. I also believe they are not doing random drug test on their employees which I strongly believe they should...hint hint wink wink management. With all this being said good job to the elderly employees on making the golf course what it has become and well, as for the young employees please keep smelling the air and "getting in touch with nature" you are doing a great job (if management is reading this, yes this is me being facetious) Please enforce a random drug test on your employees I will pay attention to the names on the shirt next time I go and I do plan on giving Ronnie Black a call I didn't come to the golf course to smell marijuana and see your young employees do nothing while your elderly employees bust their ass to make your golf course look great. something needs to be done.
  • Nicely layer out the greens are a little slow but enjoyed myself thank you
  • The new owner made major investments in the course over the summer, including reseeding all the Bermuda greens. And the fall overseed was very successful on both greens and fairways. The course is now in excellent condition and should be experienced by anyone visiting Green Valley. It is a challenging and interesting layout. I play it once a week.
  • Just keep driving. This used to be called Canoa Ranch. Went out of business in 2012 along with San Ignacio. Now back as San Ignacio South, but won't last long. We showed up for our tee-times as a threesome in March 2013, and were asked if we'd played here before. Yes. And yet again, have we played here before. Yes. Are you familiar with our facilities? Only then did it come out that since two of us were wearing jeans, I with a white collared shirt under a black "Olympic Club" windbreaker, Scott with a white collared shirt under a faded red "Oakland Hills" windbreaker, (played 'em, parred 'em), we were reminded of their dress code, which bans denim. It was 43 degrees out with a 20 mph wind! The course was empty! Thought we'd get a hot dog at the turn. Bartender was immersed in his 3 course dinner and couldn't be bothered. About a mile further down the same road is Canoa Hills. Equal views, much better conditioned course and great service. Talk about growing the game? This course seems obsessed with shrinking it, and excluding long-time players like us in the process. Snot-nosed kid in the proshop. Self obsessed bartender in the restaurant. Drive an extra mile for your Green Valley golf experience.