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|
Great executive course
Very well maintained, friendly staff, and fun course.
Great Staff, Nice Golf Course for Sharpening Skills
Par 60 has a few par 4's that the average player cannot reach on their drive (~300 yards). Greens are in good shape for the summer. Slower than normal but they explain why. Staff is AWESOME - bartender Terri is wonderful, friendly and attentive. Pro desk is friendly. NO STRESS ON THIS COURSE - just have fun and relax!
We love the course, but greens are ruff again...can't putt for score...
Great Executive Course
It's in awesome shape for this time of year. I am currently playing in a Tuesday nite league(5 pm tee time). Great fun and food, the league runs into August. Check with Rolling Hills for details, you'll be glad you did!
Great public course
This was the second time I have played Rolling Hills. It is a very easy executive course with nice views and a few challenges. Course looked good even for summer time. Fares were reasonable.
Rolling Hills is a great value
This course is a lovely executive course right by the Phoenix Zoo. There are plenty of bathrooms along the course, along with cold cooler water, which is extremely important for summer Phoenix golf.
There was a foursome in front of us that was very slow, however, once we skipped ahead one hole, the pace of play was perfect. They should have waved us up (an experienced twosome), but they did not. Not the fault of the course.
We have played this course twice and will play here again because of the great value and interesting hills to navigate.
Love how easy it is
For being a beginner, this course is helping me get back into the golf game.
Course is in okay shape, geeens are solid but the traps might as well be concrete. Waited for five mins at the bar and nobody was there, impotent Marshall allowed the pace of play to back up and for some reason camped out on my constantly waiting twosome like we were the issue. I will not be coming back to this course.
I went in to get a soda your machine wasn't working so I askeea a brewed tea it didn't have any so they gave me a tea
And the girl said 2.50 and the other girl said yep we round up to Make it $3
And I said that seems to be a large round up she goes well deal with it
The girl on the register said we do it all the time..so the lady that wasn't talking rude got me a t got me fixed up gave her the money gave her a tip and the girl at the register took it..
That's got to be the rudest service I've ever had from anybody.... The witch had no time for anybody very condescending to the girl that was waiting on me.... I will never order anything from that bar again...
Nice short Executive Course
As a local, I have played here many times in the past, but it has been a while. This is one of my top 2 or 3 favorite executive courses in the valley. You can hit Driver at a couple of the greens, but other than Number 9, I recommend leaving it in your bag (or maybe your trunk). Greens were fast, considering rain the day before, but in really good condition. Recent changes (addinng water on the back 9 and removing some foliage and trees on hole number 9) were both welcome and made the round even better. With those trees and bushes removed on the ninth hole, you can now see the green and can't help but pull the driver out and try to cut the corner.
If you want to "let the Big Dog eat" this is not the course for you. But if you are looking to dial in your wedges and work on setting up desirable distances for your approach shots, this is the perfect course to do it.
Brought a few friends that have never played before.... Very challenging fun course my friends liked it....
Accidentally ended up here
I play a lot of golf in the Phoenix and surrounding areas, thought I booked a long course with par 5s and long par 4s, etc...at least 6000 yards. My fault for not checking, but their fault for charging that price point. They are the only course that allows walking that I’ve played which is good to know, I like walking. Really nothing special about this course to justify charging what other courses that are 6000+ yards are starting to charge. But also nothing horrible about it either if what you want is a course of only par 3s and driveable par 4 greens. I did nail an eagle on a 240 par 4 which was a nice little false confidence booster. Won’t be back though.
Greens were great,
In front of us were there were opened holes ...we didn't want to pass the slow groups, but no Ranger to help the flow of players ......
Tee backups on part 3's
Nice little course, but very slow with up to 3 foursomes on some tees.
A good opportunity to practise course management due to rolling and irregular hills. Rates are reasonable and Staff were very accommodating.. Location is slow to exit during rush hour. This is not any fault of the course...just something to consider when you book your T-time.