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

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Ventana Canyon Golf & Racquet Club - Mountain Course -- Golf Bum from Palm Springs
Review by: Martin Mueller I have stayed at Ventana (the Club) each year for the past 20 or so, and have travelled extensively playing golf all over the world. This Fazio course is a gem, when it is in top condition. Even when it is not at its best, the Course is among the best resort courses I have ever played. (Comparable to Bandon/Pacific Dunes, Castle Pines Ridge Course, Spyglass, Pasa Tiempo, Troon North). The property is phenominal (spelling?). From the very back tees, the course is brutal, but beautiful beyond description. Thousands of Saugaro's, very few homes (unfortunately, not the zero that were there 20 years ago), long carries to fairways, but big greens, cut in and around fantastic desert canyons and arroyo's. If you like desert golf....this place is a must.
From Palm Springs, California




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