Cimarron Golf Club
Cimarron Golf Club combines challenging golf with excellent landscaping and scenic views of surrounding mountain ranges. Although the course has many difficult elements, with four sets of tees it can easily accommodate different skill levels and abilities. The design of the golf course features numerous strategically placed bunkers and also desert waste areas. Water hazards come into play on a few holes as well. Functional yet attractive landscaping complements the course. Cimarron Golf Club, in addition to the golf course, has many practice facilities including a driving range, putting green, and short game area with a bunker.
|Vintage (W)||72||6002 yards||73.5||126|
|Forward (W)||72||5249 yards||69.3||116|
|Blue M: 71.6/127||377||355||516||166||439||574||199||404||350||3380||341||406||422||531||416||156||388||221||548||3429||6809|
|Blue/White M: 70.7/125 W: 77.1/132||377||355||516||166||400||574||175||404||350||3317||341||380||382||531||395||156||388||192||548||3313||6630|
|White M: 69.6/123||338||332||499||150||400||558||175||383||326||3161||325||380||382||501||395||135||370||192||527||3207||6368|
|White/Gold M: 68.8/120 W: 74.4/127||338||332||499||135||377||532||167||364||326||3070||325||359||369||501||371||135||359||159||507||3085||6155|
|Gold M: 67.8/116 W: 73.5/126||320||317||473||135||377||532||167||364||296||2981||299||359||369||473||371||125||359||159||507||3021||6002|
|Gold/Red M: 66.3/114 W: 71.8/121||320||317||473||135||377||455||100||327||296||2800||260||322||369||473||325||125||300||159||507||2840||5640|
|Red M: 64.5/110 W: 69.2/116||293||273||417||115||345||455||100||327||270||2595||260||322||330||431||325||110||300||123||453||2654||5249|
|Red/Orange M: 61.5/102 W: 65.3/108||215||273||357||115||345||291||100||242||270||2208||260||225||330||333||325||110||300||95||346||2324||4532|
|Orange M: 58.3/96 W: 61.3/100||215||207||357||90||200||291||99||242||204||1905||197||225||237||333||200||110||240||95||346||1983||3888|
Golf Advisor: Top Courses in Arizona
The rain clouds came on the second hole, and I reverted back to auto for about 35 min. I then resumed my play and found the course to be drying fast. Nice greens, and fairways with enough bunkers to make you open your eyes. Yes I will go back again to try to beat my rain score of 87
Nice challenging course. A little bit of maintenance,. Staff was very friendly..
My only complaints are, we booked on golfnow and started on hole 6 behind a 4 some and in front of a 4 some.
treated us like second class citizens at time of check in since we booked through Golfnow.
Course was great
Staff treated us like second class citizens since we booked through Golfnow
This course was incredible. It was in unbelievable condition for this time of the year. The staff was friendly and helpful. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone looking for a fun and challenging course for a fair price.I had a great time.
Big Fairways/Tough Greens
Massive fairways on Cimarron Golf Course. The Greens are tricky because they have slope/tiers. Good course. I recommend giving it a shot if you haven't played it yet.
GREAT ALL AROUND
Nice course , good challenge, friendly staff , nice amenities. can't wait to play again.
Course was in good condition for the time of year. Good grass in the fairways. Greens dried out a bit. Great price, will definitely be back!
The course is in great shape for late July. The layout is a little frustrating for longer hitters but the course conditions, greens, and value is very worth while. Try to book for 3-4 players the pace of play is slow due to the age of most golfers on the course being in their golden years.
Very nice course
First time playing this course. Fairways were in good condition considering it was the middle of July, and a very dry season.. Pace of play was good. Will play again.
Fair layout, water comes into play on a lot of holes on the front. Course is tucked back with 3 other tracks in the Sun City Grand area. Went out in the late afternoon so pace of play was no issue. Friendly staff, clubhouse guy let me go out early as a single. Course conditions were solid, greens looked like they had been punched a few weeks back but are coming in nicely. Some tough pin placements.
It’s middle of July. 90% of the golf courses around are in tough condition. But Cimmaron, Cimmaron is in almost WINTER condition. Fairways are luscious and dark green, tee boxes are plush, sand traps actually have sand in them, greens were aerated few weeks ago but slowly recovering. Definitely a challenging course due to the constant water but if you’re a controlled swinger, you can easily avoid the drip. Beer is literally $1 a can, staff is awesome, carts are in better shape than most people’s cars. It’s $45 in the early morning. After 10am, it drops to $22. Either way, completely worth it to me. At least once.
First time playing here. I was pleased w the conditions as well as the interesting layout. Lots of sand/water BUT they were placed where errant shots land; especially the water. That’s fair. Fairways were generally generous enough to receive ur off center drives. I will return.
Lot’s of water and palm trees. Very nicely designed with manicured fairways and greens.
Wide open in the afternoon
We had a 12:52 “HotDeal” tee time. Sometimes, the staff will treat the special rate customers poorly, no the case at Cimarron. We arrived a half hour early, and the starter offered us an early start. We stopped by the snack bar for some refreshments, and we were on our way. Finding the first tee without the help of the Pro shop could have been a challenge, but we were set straight before we left. The course was in great shape. We hadn’t played in a while, so the Orange tee option pleased my wife. The greens were a little dry, but rolled better than I could hit them.
We will return soon.