Foothills Golf Club, Phoenix
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Me and my family always go to this place for Mother's Day brunch or whenever we are celebrating a party or anything. Great place to have a party.
I had not played the course since American Golf had run the course into the ground. I could not imagine any management group being worse or having a worse conditioned course. I was wrong. The new grou... read more »
A medium challenge course that offers a chance to play a desert style game and a "use most of your clubs" game. If it is your first time out you might want to have an old five iron in your bag or a un... read more »
I've played this course quit a few times and the conditions can range from fair to good but when I went out this Tuesday I was pleasantly surprised. The greens and tees were in the BEST condition I've ever seen them in and there was hardly any ground under repair. If you're looking for a great course with some awesome mountain views for a bargain check out the foothills!
Greens and fairways in excellent condition, esp. considering the unusually hot weather. Friendly people at the clubhouse and starter shack. Cart had a cooler full of ice, and I was free to restock the cooler with more ice at the turn. Cold water stations every 3 holes, too. Good location, not too far off of I-10. A challenging, yet fair course. Highly recommend; I'll be back!
2/24/16: This was one of the worst playing experiences I have ever had. You think for the rates they are charging the playing conditions and experience would be better. PACE OF PLAY SUCKS!!!! I had an 11:20 PM tee time and I teed off late because of the groups in front. The front nine went okay, but still slow. The tee boxes are uneven, the fairways look nice, but when you are actually on them, they are in pretty bad shape. The greens are so patchy and hardly any actual grass on them, it's a joke. When we made the turn, we were already stacked up, it was out of control. We played #10 and 11, but then couldn't stand it. We tried to play #13, but we had already spent (at least) over 45 minutes playing these three holes and then we waited even more on #14, that we just left. There is no one out there monitoring the pace of play and telling people to keep up, be mindful of the people behind you, not to hit more than one ball and to only search for a ball so long. If they aren't going to have someone out there to keep the pace of play at a decent time, then they need to tell you that before you book your tee time. This is why people don't want to play golf anymore is because we don't want to play 6 plus hour rounds of golf. As other have mentioned, if you have all the time in the world and want to play 6 plus hour rounds of golf, this is the place to go. Make sure you bring lots of snacks and drinks because it's going to be a long day. If they don't fix the pace of play issue for this course (along with some of the other things so many have mentioned), this place will go out of business. I've given this course too much of my money and time. I will never play here again.
The worst course in the valley condition are horrible Dan and jay need to go 15years of the worst customer service ever I hope some one gets these people out of the golf business they are bad for the business
Went week of 4/5/2016. This course just missed on being really decent. The price was right and some views are spectacular. Unfortunately, the course condition was lacking. I realize the more money put into the course, the more money the course will charge for greens fees. With that, I imagine a lot of golfers would pay more money to play there if the course were in better shape. This place could be a gem in the south valley considering the views.
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