Pinewood Country Club
|White (W)||72||5499 yards||70.0||125|
|Red (W)||73||5359 yards||68.6||121|
|Yellow (W)||73||5093 yards||68.8||116|
|Black M: 68.3/120||420||374||508||191||515||187||320||321||438||3274||495||199||507||368||414||339||183||412||427||3344||6618|
|Blue M: 66.5/114||350||360||508||172||515||170||320||321||365||3081||495||175||507||338||345||339||183||368||385||3135||6216|
|White M: 64.6/108 W: 63.8/105||345||303||431||160||450||136||310||310||330||2775||418||166||418||295||342||330||161||305||348||2783||5558|
|Red M: 63.8/105 W: 62.5/103||341||281||429||151||445||120||232||302||360||2661||412||121||418||277||339||240||118||358||415||2698||5359|
|Yellow M: 62.7/101 W: 60.0/100||341||281||421||127||445||73||232||302||324||2546||412||121||401||235||339||240||118||299||348||2513||5059|
Nice course - but?
First time playing this course, beautiful area, but would of been nice if Each hole had markers for yardages, but more importantly a sign saying (Hole 1 or 18). None of the holes were identified and with a course (holes/greens) as close together as this one, even one identifying mark would be nice.
Pinewood CC Rocks
A very friendly but challenging enough course. The marsh that meanders throughout the course comes into play on several holes (especially if you are NOT a long hitter), either on the sides of right in front of you. The greens seem to roll true and are very fast going downhill and really just average speed going uphill. Breaks are very slight and can fool you at times. Fairways are wide and very nicely maintained. Bunker sand is thick and heavy and will test you.
It is early spring & the course was in great shape. No delays while playing and the golf paths are in real good shape, greens real good too.
This course has beautiful vegetation all around and is quite an experience at 6600 feet elevation. Course is flat and holes run close to one another. Greens are good but all poanna grass. No significant scenery along course as it runs beside Interstate 17
Beware that during monsoon season, storms may roll in at any time. Once you hear the siren you must go back into the club house until the storm/lightning has passed.
Very very disatisfied
We arrived at the course to see a U.S. kids golf competition there for the day, I love to see kids play and it was fantastic to see how well supported this event was.
We were booked to play 26 minuets after the comp at 15.36, we caught the last group up on the 2nd hole - we then had to go in because of lightening, following the short break we went back out - it took 55 minuets to play the next 3 holes consequently we only managed to play 9 and we came off in the dark at 19.30. As I said I have no problems with the Kids event but Pinewood should of not of taken bookings that afternoon with such an event going on that day.
Good course, great staff
We were basically walk-ons and were treated very well.
Course really green
The course was in excellent shape. Greens were in excellent shape also and very quick.
Purest playing surfaces in AZ!
The course is a true walk in the park. The tee boxes, fairways and greens are immaculate. The superintendent does an amazing job. The greens are very receptive and yet US open speed. Keep it below the hole at all cost. You will truly enjoy your round on this Flagstaff area course. Oh, I almost forgot, the weather was perfect.
Goofed up Golf Now tee time
Every thing was OK until we got there - driving range closed (too wet?) and 12:02 Golf Now tee time was changed or misentered to 12:26? We got there at 11:15 and and nothing to do!! We ended up pairing with 2 people we knew from Flagstaff and got off at 11:56 - go figure the scheduling?
Thunder and Light
Siren sounds right before our tee time due to the threat of lightning . A 45 minute delay and the sun shines through giving way to cool, comfortable temps compared to the 100 plus back in Phoenix. Making the drive up earlier in the day paid off with some top notch course conditions and greens that were as pristine as the mountain air. This parkland course affords all levels of skill a well groomed course that is a welcome respite from the desert heat. Your drive from Phoenix will be rewarded. A tip of the cap to the super .
The overall condition of the course was very good. The greens were in excellent and readable.
Would highly recommend to any level of golfer.
This course is great and challenging.
Course was in great shape and moved in a timely manner. Staff was great as well.n
Great value and great shape!
First time playing Pinewood. Great value and the course was in great shape. A very welcome respite from the heat up in the cool Mountains...
Can you say "overbooked?"
We reserved as a two-some and of course, were paired with another two-some at the course. We were held up the entire round at every tee box, and when we began to pass other groups we saw 5 and 6 people grouped together in several instances. Most courses will not allow 5 to play together, but there was no ranger on the course, and pace of play was terrible based on the number of people ahead, and the number of large groups. Really made for a negative experience on what was a fairly nice course. Don't know if I would do that again.
great for the average player
One of the bag boys was extremely rude. Told my son and I to hurry up on 18th green. Other than that a great golf course and nice staff.
The course was in great shape and a lot of fun to play. The only down side was that the restaurant was closed after we finished our round so we could not get a bite to eat as we were planning.
Very good experience
Staff was all very friendly from the shop to the bar, much nicer than the old staff, greens not all grown in yet but fast and still rolled nicely, hope they keep it open to the public all year
Ready for Spring Play
Played in VERY windy conditions (40mph gusts) so a bit tough to evaluate for a first time player, but overall the course is in great condition for the time of year (end of April). Greens are FAST, but fair. Fairways in great shape. Got around in under 2.5 hours. which is always nice... really enjoyed it. Started at noon, and was back in Phoenix by 4:15...