North at Antelope Hills Golf Course
|Blue (W)||72||6394 yards||74.3||131|
|Red (W)||72||6006 yards||72.6||127|
|Black M: 71.6/128||382||518||461||411||515||171||398||160||459||3475||487||405||406||408||228||395||132||490||418||3369||6844|
|Gold M: 70.5/125||374||499||455||400||496||160||388||144||424||3340||447||395||386||397||205||385||126||478||392||3211||6551|
|Blue M: 69.6/121 W: 74.7/136||366||488||443||397||483||157||373||136||420||3263||432||387||381||389||196||377||121||467||381||3131||6394|
|Red M: 68.3/118 W: 73.1/131||353||436||373||392||453||155||368||87||389||3006||419||381||371||383||169||335||117||450||375||3000||6006|
Many holes were very similar - North Course
Fairway grass was long as they've had a lot of rain in recent days, but that is not the course's fault. Rough was very thick and long, too.. Greens were in great shape ... we were 'rained out' after 14 holes but had a fun day. Shortest set of tees plays 6000 yards .... it would be helpful, I think, to have a shorter set cut out of the rough up near where the rough meets the start of the manacured fairways.
Great conditions for a public course!
While it was a little expensive for afternoon golf ($45) the course was in great shape and the pace of play was very good too. This is one of my favorite public courses in the state!
The South course was closed so we played the North course. The staff was super friendly and welcoming. We both walked the course, we loved the traditional course design, very old school with the holes close together, tree lined fairways, and some nice subtle doglegs. I carried my clubs while my wife used her push cart, good walking course as the course was pretty flat (some small elevation changes but not too severe). The course conditions were very good, the bunkers were well maintained, fairways cut perfectly with negligible bare areas, and the greens rolled nicely. I played from the Gold Tees (6551 yards) and my wife played from the Red Tees (6006 yards). Long par 4’s made it tough but we played the holes no worse or better than shorter par 4’s. We would play the North course again and hopefully we can also try the South course to compare the two tracks.
Old School style and great condition.
Played a few days after hundreds played in the father and son tournament, you could not tell the course had that much use. Fairways and greens were in really nice shape. Love the trees lining all the fairways and the good views. Play was a little slow this time but good the last time. Green Fee is a bargain for the north course.
Love the North Course
I’d forgotten how much I really enjoy playing this course. It’s in fabulous condition right now. I’ve never seen it better. The North Course is lined with gorgeous, mature trees.
It plays nice and long, so as a women, it’s a nice challenge to par or even play consistent bogey golf, but I love pushing myself.
The pro shop staff and wait staff are very friendly and accommodating.
I’d recommend this course to anyone.
A LITTLE CHALLENGING...ALOT OF FUN!
This was our first time playing this course and we found it a little challenging but alot of fun! The pace was perfect and the layout pretty good. The weather was beautiful but windy which made for a more challenging play. Definitely recommend this course!
Antelope Hills - North Course in Prescott, AZ
Old school golf is still a thrill: 6,800 from the tips, tree lined fairways, healthy rough, the ability to move a ball in both directions... and small, back- to front-canted greens that absolutely scream, "Don't get above the hole!!" If this sounds like golf you know and love, then the North Course at Antelope Hills is one you will want to play.
From the East Coast to the West, golf courses like these are the lifeblood of the game throughout small town America. They trade on the design features of Donald Ross, A. W. Tillinghast, Willie Park Jr. and Perry Maxwell. The tests are generally solid, with many good holes, some of which could even be called great. Lawrence Hughes designed this traditional track which opened in 1956. He authored Paradise Valley Country Club, as well as the venerable Palm Springs membership-driven La Quinta Country Club, a pair of great SouthWestern parkland style courses.
Sloping at 129 from the back tees (6844), the course is still strong even at 6551, where the slope only drops to 126. All three par fives are good holes - reachable if you have your drive in the fairway. The par fours are mixed well - as short as a downhill opening hole of 374, to the uphill 459 yard ninth. The same with the par threes - two are midrange, coming in at 160 to 170. But you have a shorty at 132 for the 16th and a fantastic lengthy 228 yarder at number 14 - an elevated tee shot over a valley to an upraised green makes for an ALL WORLD three par.
If you have not made the trip to play in Prescott, the summer is nigh upon us and you'll enjoy the respite from the Valley heat. And there is more golf to be had once you are there: The Antelope Hills South Course is a Gary Panks designed track that is almost as good as the North. Prescott Country Club is a worthy place to tee it up, too. On the private end you have Prescott Lakes (Hale Irwin design), Capital Canyon Club (formerly Hassayampa CC from Tom Weiskopf) and Talking Rock Golf Club (by Jay Morrish). And finally, there is Randy Heckenkemper's foray into golf, StoneRidge.Think of a three dimensional chess board with an industrial wind machine blowing, having dropped a tab or two of Hunter S. Thompson's favorite PED... uhhh, you get the picture ;)
1pm fri 2/8/2019
No starter no marshals over watergreens to the point water filled footprint when took ball out of hole ,not due to rain very slow pace several holes with 3 groups on one hole carts not cleaned wind shield not clean several bones and tire tracks in mud on fairways and around cart paths divots unrepaird every were ballmarks on greens greens not rolled lots of unmarked ground unferrepair and thin unmaintainef fairways glad only paid 17 $ that is all it is worth
Always a good test.
Good old fashioned layout. Always challenging.
A few rough spots here and there but gets a lot of play.
Love this course. Staff was great. cant wait to play again
Great day of golf
Antelope Hills was in great shape. The greens were fast but they were immaculate. We went for twilight and the rate was even less than it said on golfnow. The sand traps were really the only low point as they were hard packed and almost no sand.
North is a course I don't play really often. For someone at the age of 73, many of the par 4's tend to be long and generally unreachable in two. The course itself is in excellent condition and is greening up nicely. The greens are challenging, very fast with few level putts, mostly uphill, downhill, and sidehill. It's a value well worth the money.
Glad you enjoy the course. It is more difficult than the South.
Can be challenging, because it is lined with trees, so you MUST stay in the fairway. We played Memorial Day, so it was a bit stacked up. Not too bad, as we had two in our group that didn't always make the fairway, so we were looking for balls a good deal of the time, but we did stay up with the group in front of us. Played here several times and it doesn't matter what club I use on #16 par 3, I ALWAYS end up in the sand. Guess it's better than landing on someone's head on the 17th tee box (which is right in back of the 16th green). ;)
We are always a little slow on Holidays, but this Memorial Day kept pretty close to 4 hours.
Antelope Hills golf North course.
We had played the south course a few years ago and as the temps were getting too hot for us snowbirds, we opted to play AHGC when the temps in Phoenix were in the 90's and AH was only mid 70's. Loved the round.