Longbow Golf Club, Mesa
Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Longbow Business Park and Golf Club is a 330-acre, mixed-use commercial development that incorporates office, light industrial, retail and hotel uses surrounded by desert vegetation and a main street transportation design and features the award-winning Longbow Golf Club. Longbow Golf Club is home to a 7,003-yard Ken Kavanaugh-design that was recently ranked as one of the “Top 100 Resort Courses in The Country” by Golfweek Magazine for 2009. Daedalus Real Estate Advisors, LLC is a Phoenix-based commercial real estate services company that provides investment, development and communications consulting to corporate real estate clients in Arizona and the Southwest. For more information about Longbow Golf Club visit www.longbowgolf.com, or call 480.807.5400.To visit Longbow Golf Club and get the most from your holiday in Mesa, create itinerary details personal to you using our Mesa vacation planner.
Longbow Golf Club is professionally managed by OB Sports Golf Management.
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I'm from the UK so this type of course is different from what I'm used to. I played here with a friend of mine who is a member so I had the advantage of local knowledge but I must say the course was i... read more »
Great bag drop that was well labeled. Parking was convenient. The club house was nice and checking in was a breeze. They had a bartender, Bingo! I got my Bloody Mary. Ocean Breeze Bloody Mary mix. Was... read more »
Longbow is one of the more affordable GREAT golf courses in the Phoenix basin. Ken Kavanagh and Blake Stirling designed an awesome golf course in the desert, on a flat piece of land. Worth the drive. ... read more »
Great golf course with an extremely professional staff. The course was very busy as usual with pristine conditions and had perfect greens. With all of the big events that are played here I am not surprised that the place was full. I will definitely be back to beat my score from last time now that I know some local knowledge. Can't wait.
This is now my favorite course. My experience was nothing but exceptional. The layout is great and it does give you a bit of a challenge without being impossible. The staff was nothing but friendly , fast, efficient , and professional. Great customer service and follow through. By the way the Food was Amazing and the service in the restaurant area was top notch.
Long waits. Long day. Expect long waits to even get on first hole. Horrible time management for players. If you like a four hour round go somewhere else. If you want to be stuck out there all day, then it's your place.
Don't be fooled by the "best greens in Phoenix" hype. The greens are fine and the layout has some interesting holes, however, the greenside bunkers are the absolute worst in Phoenix. There is no sand in them. Instead it is hard-packed, crusty dirt with bunches of pebbles and small rocks. It also took our 4some more than 5 hours to complete the afternoon round. There is no water on the course so you either bring your own or you're at the mercy of the cart person to buy water (or another beverage if you prefer). IMHO, if you play this course, do not pay full fare but buy a special rate or a twilight rate.
I believe it was last year the Lady's Gateway to the LPGA was held at this course and for volunteering to work two shifts, you get a free round of golf. I worked 4 shifts as a starter/announcer on the first tee. I finished my times, received a certificate for a free round of golf. The only problem was that I couldn't use the round until AFTER April 1st. My vacation was completed and I had to return home March 30th, asked if I could play my round of golf the last couple weeks in March and the answer was "NO!" I'm certain it would have cost the course a great deal of lost revenue to allow me the privilege of playing golf early. Oh well, I learned my lesson---didn't I?
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