Rolling Hills Golf Course
The executive-length Rolling Hills Golf Course provides an excellent game and it is a very player-friendly course. True to its name, the course is quite hilly causing a few elevation changes and undulating greens. The fairways are lined with pretty trees, adding some challenge and beauty to the course. There are no water hazards but there are a few strategically placed bunkers to worry about as well as some out-of-bounds stakes bordering a few of the holes. Rolling Hills Golf Course consists of ten par 3s and eight par 4s. On the premises there are also practice facilities, a pro shop, and an on-site golf pro.
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|White M: 57.6/85 W: 59.0/93||230||164||262||112||128||111||149||127||270||1553||247||294||245||107||160||274||130||133||310||1900||3453|
|Red M: 55.6/77 W: 57.4/90||222||164||255||113||126||107||152||116||259||1514||247||277||228||85||140||248||126||127||304||1782||3296|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Great Course for Various Levels of Players
The only reason I've marked this course lower is that we played it in October, just after they had dried the course out for over-seeding. Combine rock-hard greens and failure to change the pin placement, made this a bit silly. That is true even for my husband who has a 3 handicap. With that said, the course has great potential once the new grass comes in and we'll play again. Of note, the "club house" looks like a cross between an inner city high school or a jail. To say lack of ambience would be a gross understatement.
very nice for beginner golfers - temps are not the fault of the golf course - and that was biggest issue that day - 102 degrees is HOT
It’s as fun as a Hole in One
I’ve played Rolling Hills 5 times this summer. It’s been a blast. Great shape, great views and you even get to see some rabbits. The second time I played the par 3 14th, I hit my first hole in one. Hole #7 drives me crazy. It says 150 yards, but they are a long 150 yards. My ball ends up in the valley, don’t forget to take an extra club here. The green on #6 was fast yesterday. See if you can hold that green. The beauty of Rolling Hills is that you get to experience a hilly layout that is quite uncommon in the Phoenix metro area. Bring your favorite foursome and play a day of “Closest to the PIn”, then celebrate in the clubhouse with your favorite beverage. Enjoy.
Excellent executive course
The course was well maintained. The changing elevations on the holes offer a level of challenge most golf courses can't match. The difference in elevation between the tee box and the green forces the player to select just the right club to make it on to the green in regulation.
For playing in late September, this course was in good shape.
For the price, you can’t beat playing here. Made a last minute tee time, was able to secure a good time slot for 4. Fun course to play for all levels if talent
The course is short and sweet. The golf cart girls and the restaurant is awesome.
Great small course with very nice restaurant and bar people.
Favorite local course
Love this place! Play it weekly, always in great shape and fun to play. Best bargain in the valley!
Very Nice Course
Weather has been in the 110's for weeks. Best time to play a short course, so we have played it many (20 plus) rounds this summer. The course is in good shape and the staff is friendly. With the heat, we usually get to tee off as soon as we arrive and often don't have anyone in front of us or anyone pushing us from behind. Great!
Pace of play slow
The playing areas of the course were above average; the greens were in great shape despite recently being plugged. Got frustrated with the slow pair in front of me