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Foothills Golf Club, The2201 E Clubhouse Dr
Phoenix, AZ 85048
Phone: (480)460-4653Fax: (480)460-4662
This is a desert links-type course, but not really a target course. The fairways are wide enough, but the desert is always present. The desert terrain is also in play in front of some greens. There are lakes that come into play on three holes, including #14 and 15, which play around the same hazard. Tee times can be made from a reservation service, call (480) 460-GOLF. The 6,030-yard men's tee also has a ladies' course rating of 73.7 and a slope of 123.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bermuda Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt required|
|Season:||Open all year|
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| 6 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
Foothills Golf Club, Apr 09, 2004
|reviewer: Arthur L.
from Phoenix, AZ USA
|I started golfing at the Foothills Golf Club in South Phoenix about months ago. I was originally drawn to the course because of discounts offered by the AGPA (no longer selling disount cards) and now the Phoenix Golfers Club. When you are a member, your rates are about 1/2 off the regular price. Furthermore, twilight rates begin one hour earlier for members. First, there is a terrific expansive driving range where you hit the balls down into a "valley" below. You can hit from both sides of the range. So when the ground needs repair (or replenishment of grass) from one side, you go to the other. So there's always ample fresh from which you can create your divots :-) The views are truly breathtaking along the course. The fairways are well maintained and the greens are quite true and fast. On Mondays they have "All you can play rates" for AGPA and PGC members that are as low as $29 depending on the time of the year (excluding some holidays). The staff is friendly and the pro-shop is well equipped. There's even a fine restaurant right next to the pro shop that can whip you up a quick breakfast or lunch. I imagine that the rates are so reasonable since this is a haul from Central and Northern Phoenix, but considering the price and the quality of the golf, I think it's well worth the drive. I am also a member of a wonderful private country club in Phoenix (which has been the home of LPGA Championships), but when I want to take friends golfing and don't want to pay over $100 for a round of golf, The Foothills is the best place to go. It's Desert Golf at its best!|