Date Played: November 24, 2015
4.0 out of
Overall, one of the best value courses in the area. The staff greeted us promptly and were friendly. The driving range is off mats and you hit balls into a long pond (driving range is shared with the Cypress course). Tee boxes were quite level and in good shape. Fairways were a bit soft, but that is despite some heavy recent rains - there was only one roped off section in one fairway, and no cart restrictions. No shots require you to carry water, but there is water along the fairways in several places. Sand traps were in the best shape of any of the value ($25-35) courses we played. Greens were in very good shape, quick, and rolled well, although with less break than you think. The turn does not take you back by the clubhouse, so double up on your ice water before teeing off, and it can be a bit confusing keeping track of the holes as you drive around due to several intersections on the cart paths. Still, the three Palm-Aire courses were the best courses we played in November.