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Dobson Ranch Golf Course, Mesa

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Dobson Ranch Golf Course is a par 72, 18-hole championship golf course featuring mature trees and large greens. Dobson Ranch offers a challenging layout with 6,712 yards of tree-lined fairways.

The lighted driving range and practice facility, and PGA golf instruction adds to the reasons why golfers choose and appreciate Dobson Ranch Golf Course. Free junior clinics are held each summer and the Pro Shop features a full line of discounted professional golf equipment.

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  • Well-maintained course with wide open fairways makes for a great day of golf. The staff are friendly and helpful. The one downside is having to haul bags from the drop off at the front to the cart are...  read more »
  • I went there fro breakfast and I order the steak and eggs dish. I ask for the tenderloin that comes with the dish to be medium-rear. It was perfectly prepare. So much that I send my compliments to the...  read more »
  • This would be a better rating but,,,,, the course is old and therefore the fairways are somewhat hard. If you enjoy the Arizonia roll then Dobson has it, however there is the trade off of bouncing wed...  read more »
  • fun well maintained not much water hazards but OK with me Blew a 3 foot Birdie putt, I guess I can blame management for that, The pin should have been a 1/2 inch to the right. Oh yeah a bird stole my partners hot dog right out of the cart while we were on the green. All you can do is Laugh. Next year I'm going Pro !
  • For the cost and condition of this course you cannot beat it. The fairways, greens, and bunkers are always in good shape and in the winter the greens become very pure. Even for the traffic this course gets on a weekly basis they maintain it and continue to invest in making the course better. It's also one of the few lit ranges in the valley and they actually take care of the range balls by constantly changing them out for new ones. I would highly recommend it.
  • Horrendous customer service and golf course. I arrived right at the start of the day trying to get a quick round in. We purchased carts so we could play faster and they made us wait behind everyone that were walking. We agreed to start at hole 3. By the time we got to 9, they told us the back 9 was closed so we could only play 9. We then played 1 and 2, but they sent a cart ranger to ride alongside of us the entire time to ensure we didn't play any longer. As we were coming back, we saw groups playing hole 10. The whole staff, from club house to rangers had no service and no class. I hope none of you reading this ever play this dog track again.
  • Great course layout and the best golf value in the valley. Dobson Ranch GC is second only to Papago for city owned golf and I've played EVERY public course in the valley over the last 25 years. Dobson Ranch is always $20-$40 less than Papago and has 5 star practice facilities. There are 2 huge practice putting greens, a practice chipping green, a separate sand bunker green and a massive driving range large enough to move the practice tees frequently, so you are always hitting balls off of new grass not sand or dirt.The course plays long from the tips and has large greens in surprisingly good condition considering how much any they see. I've played the course about a dozen times over the last year and consistently finish in 4 hours to 4 hours 15 minutes. Twilight rates start early enough to play 18 holes and the pro shop and restaurant staff are friendly and professional.
  • Don’t Waste your time or money. We checked in at 1:00 pm for a 1:45 tee time. The range hitting area was bare dirt. When the starter called us at 1:50, there was still a foursome waiting to tee off on the first tee. We waited at each tee box for one or more foursomes for the rest of the front nine. That took 3 plus hours to play nine holes! At that rate of play it would have taken 6 hours or more to play 18 holes. We decided it was a waste of time to sit and wait the rest of the day and left the course after nine holes. When I asked the Course manger for a refund he said that the course plays at that rate (6 hours) all the time and refused to refund my green fees.
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