Quintero Golf Club
|Cooper (W)||72||5984 yards||75.8||145|
|Jade (W)||72||5307 yards||71.9||125|
|Black M: 75.3/148||405||571||406||460||374||219||431||586||212||3664||521||447||435||212||552||379||225||380||434||3585||7249|
|Black/Gold M: 74.1/146||405||545||406||438||374||190||410||586||188||3542||515||447||410||176||552||379||225||380||425||3509||7051|
|Gold M: 73.1/143||388||545||390||438||352||190||410||550||188||3451||515||435||410||176||541||358||201||363||425||3424||6875|
|Gold/Silver M: 72.0/140||388||520||369||399||352||190||372||550||162||3302||515||411||410||176||527||358||189||363||404||3353||6655|
|Silver M: 70.7/137||370||520||369||399||334||169||372||502||162||3197||485||411||384||157||527||339||189||344||404||3240||6437|
|Silver/Cooper M: 69.8/132 W: 76.5/149||370||476||369||316||334||169||372||475||139||3020||471||369||384||157||427||339||189||344||369||3049||6069|
|Copper M: 68.4/127 W: 75.1/147||359||476||330||316||315||140||332||475||139||2882||471||369||361||133||427||321||160||314||369||2925||5807|
|Cooper/Jade W: 72.5/131||303||428||330||316||284||140||332||475||139||2747||409||338||334||133||427||284||108||288||369||2690||5437|
|Jade W: 70.8/126||303||428||299||278||284||87||293||453||83||2508||409||338||334||100||382||284||108||288||292||2535||5043|
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This is an amazing golf course with great desert and mountain views. It is fairly long and challenging but has many different tees. The fairways are like carpet but, some of the greens are a little chewed up. It's the best course you can find in the valley and definitely worth the drive!
Calling all golf purists
Outstanding. Really fun to play. Players will love it. Thanks for the great golf experience. We will be back.
A MUST play! Don’t leave Arizona without playing this course!
I’ve been to some great golf courses but Quintero is absolutely my favorite! It’s a short ride from Scottsdale but when you get there you know you’re in for an exciting day. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Practice facility is best in class. If you like golf course courses that look like a work of art this is it. Cactus and mountains/ hills surround the course. It is absolutely my favorite and it is challenging. There are many different teen boxes depending on your level of play. Take a camera with you, you’ll definitely treasure your picture for years to come. The greens are fast and challenging. They are as fast as the PGA tour! Test your skills and let your eyes take in the beauty. loved it!!!!
A True Gem
Quintero was an incredible experience top to bottom. Met by friendly staff upon arrival, warmed up on the fantastic practice facility, was allowed to tee off early and maintained a great pace all day. The course was in near perfect condition minus 2-3 wet spots from over watering which was nothing too serious. Loved how green everything was in contrast to the surroundings. Multiple different teeing decks to provide different levels of golfers different options. Provided sufficient challenge for myself, a professional, while remaining playable for my 12 handicap father. We thoroughly enjoyed the experience and although it was a long drive we believed it was well worth it! 5 stars.
Quintero Golf Club
This is a very nice course in pretty good shape right now Dec13.
Couple of the greens are a little patchy on the outside.
This course is a little drive out of town and I think it is overpriced.
I loved Quintero GC
The course is a fabulous test in excellent condition
A True Masterpiece
From the very beginning this course wowed me. One of the most spectacular driving ranges followed by an incredible course that can be a true challenge. I would maybe say my one complaint was green speeds were ludicrously fast, almost tournament speed, and the challenge it took to even hit the green let alone having to 3-putt several times does take a toll on the scorecard, but it is without a doubt the prettiest desert course i've ever played
Loved the course layout - greens too severe
Breathtaking views from many elevated tees, Sonoran desert views, challenging hole layouts. Pace of play was a bit slow at almost 5 hours and greens were fast with many pin positions set on sloped lies which made putting a challenge. I would go back in a heart beat though and highly recommend the course. I'm sure the second time I play it would be better with more knowledge of where to hit shots and give more respect to the severity of the greens.
Some of the best greens I've played on
Greens were fast, they estimated 10.5-11, perhaps up to 12 if they sun came out. They were every bit of it!
Only downside to this stunning course:
- a few holes are boring/throwaways. Straight forward par 4s that add nothing.
- it gets a lot of play, and people aren't repairing their pitch marks/doing it wrong. Pock-faced greens
- Hard course off the tee if you don't have it on the day (which I didn't)
- Elevation changes
- Condition - not as good as WeKoPa, but the greens were "better". Quotations, as they were faster and rolled great (in general).
WeKoPa is a better course, but they don't roll the greens and compact them as much there (when we played) as they do at Quintero.
I can see why this place has its critics, but would 100% recommend to anyone. It is one of the best courses I've played on, and from the back tees certainly one of the most challenging.
Great course with scenic holes all around
Our second time playing this course, one of the best in the Phoenix area. Elevated tees, beautiful scenery, original hole designs, lots of tee options for all players, in-cart GPS and club/ball-washers. You can't go wrong with Quintero.
Beware, a few holes are harder than they look, and the greens are lightning-fast. Also, 18 faces against the setting sun, a tiny downside for a later tee time. These small quirks aside, this is a fantastic course, and if you get a chance to play it, your answer should always be YES.
Great course. Can't beat the views. Bring your A game.
This course is definitely one of the best in the valley (private or public!). Layout is fantastic. Course conditions were excellent. Definitely worth the drive!!
Be a Man
I forgot to cancel three tee times and the guy in the shop said he would waive them even though it is not their policy. I have the emails showing he waived them. Thought that was very nice and appreciated it. Then the "GM" comes out to the range to tell me that is not their policy, but they are not going to charge us. Later we get to about the 7th hole and he sends out some random guy asking for a credit card to charge us and give us three passes. Here is the issue, don't tell us you are going to waive it and then aren't man enough to come out and say you changed your mind!! Don't send out some poor guy to explain it for you. I appreciate the fact that they gave us the passes but not the way you should handle business.
Hopefully over time you will learn to handle this situation better!!
Course was nice, long drives between holes. Hit them straight. Everything was immaculate on the course.
Best course you can play near Scottsdale
This course is always well manicured. The greens are fast and true and the breaks are nuanced. Play the elevated par 3’s from the gold tees just to enjoy the views. The course design is superb, blending almost every hole into the scenic surroundings. Don’t worry about scoring - just enjoy the course. My goal is just to par the dogleg par 5 #8 each season. You won’t find a nicer course in Scottsdale unless you’re a member at Desert Mountain or Tatum Ranch
Best golf course in Phoenix
Golf course was spectacular and the views were second to none