Sierra Vista Arizona Golf Courses

Pueblo del Sol Golf & Country Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Pueblo del Sol Golf & Country Club -- Greens Can Be Fast Without Being Like Concrete
Review by: Gary Bailey Take this course to Scotland where it belongs. Whomever is the greenskeeper here needs a bit of elementary training in the concept of WATER. Greens can be fast without being unreceptive to a golfball. It is rediculous when a topped 4-iron produces a better result than a high, spinning wedge. It is a well-designed course, but you just can't hide the pins behind bunkers when the golfer has no chance of holding the green. It is just plain goofy golf. To watch fairly accomplished players putt from 20 yards off the green is just too bad.
From Osburn Id USA

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Cypress Golf Course - Course -- One of the better bargains in Metro Phoenix golf
Review by: Craig Cypress has a long 9 and a short 9. The short 9 is a great place for iron practice, made up mostly of par 3s (100 - 220 yds). You don't even need a driver for the par 4s, just a long iron off the tee. The long 9 is a little more challenging, but not much. There is a drainage ditch that cuts across some of the holes, and a water hazard in front of the 7th tee. The fairways are straight and open on both courses, but the greens on the short 9 tend to be a little ragged. Other than the aforementioned 7th hole on the long 9, the most challenging hole is the par 5 3rd hole. In addition to being the longest hole (590 yds?), it has the narrowest fairway, at least for me. As a lefty with a slice, I have seen way too many of my tee shots end up in deep desert. There is room to the right, though. I just never seem to find it. :) There is a driving range, putting green, and chipping green to practice on. The proshop is well-stocked, and there is a snack bar there, too. Greens fees are reasonable, and subject to seasonal adjustments.
From Scottsdale, AZ USA