Executive at Bing Maloney Golf Course
|Little Linkers||29||911 yards|
|White M: 29.0/97||104||75||268||91||148||255||106||133||177||1357||1357|
|Blue M: 27.7/94 W: 29.4/96||85||56||239||65||120||222||78||97||145||1107||1107|
|Red W: 28.2/94||83||73||160||84||90||160||72||90||99||911||911|
Good course to practice your irons
This is a short and flat 9-hole course. It has 2 par-4 holes with about 270 yards each. The remaining 7 holes are all par-3. The fairways are in good condition. The greens are slow, but in excellent shape. While the course's view is not beautiful, but there are enough green trees and fairways to make it pleasant. The course is easily walkable. This course offers pleasant view, decent fairways, excellent green, easy walk, and chances to practice your irons and putters at a very affordable price. Highly recommended .
I love playing the express 9 because of how simple but challenging. The course conditions were great. I just wish they extended some holes. There's a lot of open space between holes 7,8 & 9.
I take my kids out with me on the weekends and they love coming here with me. They can practice hitting at the driving range, putting range, and love to get out and ride around with me in the cart as I play my round.
Great place for the family to learn and play. Kids friendly. Good value for the $$
Although we have experienced a heat wave as of late, the course was over saturated. The greens were very nice but the lack of a cart part caused my crew and I to navigate what seemed to be off roading or trekking through the mud while four wheeling.
If you are looking to work on your short game this is most definitely the place to practice, other than that this nine whole is not sufficient for someone that is looking to really drive the ball more than 200 yards.
I am new at golf but the Executive 9 really feels like it part of a cheap local muni or a place that is great for teaching young beginners. For me personally it was. It worth the money.
Course conditions poor
Lots of mud even though it hasn’t rained in a long time. T boxes were poor.
Bing Maloney - A nice golf course in the cernter of Sacramento
Bing Maloney has 2 courses, a short 9-hole, and a regular 18-hole one.
The short course is perfect for fine tuning your irons and putting. It is about 1,400 yards with 2 par 4 holes at about 270 yards, and 7 par-3 holes. The greens are among the best in Sacramento. They are well kept and true. The price is hard to beat. You can get golfnow.com price for as low as $8.50.
The long course is much longer, around 6,570 yards. Except for about 5 holes, most fairways are fairly wide and open, perfect for grip-and-rip golfers. The back nine is more challenging than the front nine, especially holes 10 and 11. Fairways and greens are fairly well-kept.
Bing offers good practice facilities. Beside two big putting/chipping greens, Bing has a a decent restaurant, and a nice lighted and shaded driving range. The range balls were in top condition the last few times I hit balls.
I have been playing both courses for the last 20 years, and I truly enjoyed playing at Bing.
Fun Practice Round
I played this course with my uncle at 5pm and the course was wide open. We enjoyed it as we finished our round in just over an hour. Easy course, the fairways are dry and add that extra roll on those par 4s. I was able to drive the greens on both par 4s. Greens play fast and could use a little water, but I can't complain about a $8.50 round. Avoid the bunkers at all cost, it's like hitting out of concrete. Staff friendly and helpful, and the practice facilities are great.
Rate this course
The course good for quick 9 holes for refreshing your golf skills when you haven't played in awhile and anytime you want to practice your short game.
A bit too slow....
Nice place to practice your short game, a bit slower pace though but still a good value. Would play this course again but on an earlier time....
Great beginner's course. Enjoy a round with your kid or wife.
The course has 7 part threes and 2 part fours . Greens are amazing. Fast and tricky. Practice your short irons and putting while your family member gets a fun golf experience. Great deals often available on golf now. Go have fun.
Good For Iron Play
First time playing the exec. course. Wanted to play a quick nine before dark and saw a good deal on golfnow. It is a very nice course to play your irons on. Has two holes that you can use your driver or 3 wood on if you are not a bomber. Greens were in good shape, bunkers were not too bad and the fairways were OK. Overall it is a nice course to practice on and I would play it again. It is a course that anyone can play, not very hard, a great place for beginners.
Got lost twice -- extremely poor or completely missing signage showing next tees.
Old outdated golf course.
Golf cart paths are full of pot holes and water. Poor signage. Staff was friendly.
Great practice course
Wide fairways, excellent greens, and reasonable green fees - highly recommended.
Good city golf course
Nothing special just a good city golf course with friendly people and good food
The course was I great condition
Fast pace, not crowded. Soccer golf players were not an issue. Good to have The City Play Card.
great to practice short game
Perfect for beginning players or for experienced players working on their short game.
Nice little course
Good course for short game practice. Played quickly on a perfect day, although groups behind appeared to be slowed quite a bit by family foursomes. Greens were in excellent shape for the price and drought, some had significant/multiple breaks. Tee boxes a bit chewed up, but not terrible. Twilight rate is great.
A fun place to take your grandson
Not much people our age (80-90 range) can do with a grandkid that works well for both him and us, but the 9-hole course was perfect for all 3 of us. It's easy enough to experience a few successes, and difficult enough to challenge everyone on a few of the holes. Dry weather makes the ball roll a long way; we all had a good laugh about that!