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Camelback Golf Club, Scottsdale

(3.2/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • We've played the Padre Course numerous times, but it had been a couple years since we last played. And it was a wonderful round. The course was in fantastic condition. And the surrounding area and vie...  more »
  • I was there for an event...spectacular views from the dining area, great wait staff, great food, great venue! Accessible, plenty parking, and inviting entry!!!  more »
  • I found this course more challenging and less playable that Wildfire. More frequent access to potable water or the beverage cart would be helpful. Also, no clubhouse turn after nine, so eat before you...  more »
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  • Disappointing. Here are the details: We are staying at the Marriott Camelback Resort. I definitely want to play golf but don't have my clubs. In the room, there's a card that says we have "complimentary range balls. Also, club rental is waived." So, I'm thinking it doesn't say explicitly what those clubs are for...playing the course or hitting range balls. It's left up in the air; could read it either way. The best I can say is it's unintentionally vague; the worst that it's purposely misleading. Sure enough, when I book my tee time (2:40) and arrive early to hit balls, I'm told the complimentary use of clubs is for the range only. No worries. I figured as much. So I pay the $40 rental. Oh, can I play the Padre course? Less expensive, probably less challenging? Oh, Padre is closed. Have to play the more expensive one. No problem. Can I walk? "Oh, no. Not really." No worries. I'll just take grab the cart and go hit some balls on the range. "Range closes at 2 p.m. Sorry." Well, I've got the cart and my clubs, so I'll hit a few putts. (At this point, I'm amazed that hitting a dozen practice putts doesn't get derailed.) Onto the first few holes. Hmmm. The GPS seems to be giving me pin positions that are contrary to what my eye sees. GPS says pin is back; my eye can plainly see pin is up. So, I'm pretty much over clubbing or under clubbing at holes 1 through 4 before I totally abandon the thing. Oh, one other thing: cart path only (CPO) makes playing infuriatingly long and slow: hit the ball down the fairway, drive, park, walk 40 yards to ball; hit it, walk 40 yards to cart. Fairway didn't feel wet. Oh, well. What really has me thinking this place just isn't up to snuff was the lack of sand in the bunkers. Wow. Like an underloved, under-funded muni. Four or five times I bounced the sand wedge on the thin layer of loose sand in the bunkers. Had I been playing my own clubs, I know how to turn the wedge to rectify this and take very little sand. Alas, I was using their clubs, the ones I was paying for, despite seeing the nice little card in my room that said, vaguely enough, "complimentary club use." Maybe they were right...should have just stuck to the range...if it hadn't closed early that day.
  • Course was in GREAT shape for time of year (june - record temps) Club house staff where fantastic and made you feel welcome as where on-course marshalls. one of our group got a Hole in One and the club bought US (8) all a round of drinks.! No issues at all and will definately be returning.
  • Attended a large tournament today put on by Cal Am. Course was in incredible condition. Fairways, tees, bunkers, greens, all great. Staff were very professional and well trained. Would love to come back.
  • Best golf experience I've ever had. It was my 25th birthday today and I went golfing with my girlfriend. I told the the very nice lady in the club house it was my birthday and while we were golfing the beer girl came by and was told by someone to not charge me for anything. We got a couple beers and some sandwiches and it made my day. Someday when I'm not a struggling college student I'll be a regular there. Everything about the course was perfect best greens I've ever played on.
  • Great place for golfing. They have two courses, one that has recently been remodeled, and both are challenging and have great views of Camelback Mountain.