Scotts Valley California Golf Courses

Valley Gardens Golf Course


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Valley Gardens Golf Course -- Great Practice Rounds
Review by: Ray Swierczek Valley Gardens has been improved over the last few years. Considering the amount of play it gets, course is in above average shape. Par threes are as challenging as the fours. Best time to play - Saturday mornings, worst time, Sunday is agonizingly slow. Worth twice the green fees of $13.00!
From Santa Cruz, CA

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Antelope Greens Golf Course -- Antelope Greens review
Review by: Chris I noticed that there weren't any reviews of Antelope Greens on this website and I thought that somebody might benefit from a review by someone who has played the couse numerous times. The course itself is not very long, but it is bigger than it appears to be when you drive up to it. The grounds crew do a very nice job keepig the fairway and putting greens intact. The only drawback to the course are the tee boxes. They are not level at all. Sometimes you can't find any level peice of grass to tee off of. The other thing is that all of your tee shots are going to be straight. There is not a lot of strategy designed in the course. That being said you can't beat the price of admision. $16 on weekdays and $20 on weekends. It's a nice course with enough challenges for all skill levels. Give it a shot.
From Sacramento, CA USA




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