Naco Arizona Golf Courses

Turquoise Valley Golf Course & RV Park

Featured Golf Course Review:
Turquoise Valley Golf Course & RV Park -- Hidden Gem
Review by: Gary Bailey One of the best golf values I have seen. #1 hole is the worst hole on the course, with a ridiculous left to right sloping green that is impossible to hold. Make bogey here and you have a chance for a good round. After that, the architect did a good job of squeezing 8 holes into the available terrain. The real ambience of this course starts with #11, a long carry over a wash to a par 3. #10 is a drivable par 4 that could be improved a bit by narrowing the fairway to make it a bit more risky to go for the green. The rest of the back 9 is very well done, except for # 18, which is a pretty lame par 4. And then there is THE RATTLER, a very good par 6. Long hitters can get there in 3, setting up an eagle putt. But the 3rd is mostly carry over water. Overall one of the best courses I have played, especially for the money.
From Osburn Id USA

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White Mountain Country Club -- Some things should never change
Review by: Geoffrey Williams At 6500 yards this course will not leave you muttering expletives and nursing a sore back. It is deceptively challanging with it's 200 yard plus par 3's and exquisite putting surfaces. The fairways are primarily bent grass with rye blue grass roughs. The tee boxes are large, flat and cut perfectly. Each hole is framed beautifly by a mature stand of Ponderosa Pines with the houses well back from the course. The blend of the natural surroundings with the golf course is so well balanced that it is hard to imagine an architect other than the almighty. A round of golf at White Mountain Country Club leaves no after-taste other than the desire to get another quick 9 before you go home.
From California