Pierce Park Greens
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Good place for brushing up short game basics
Pierce Park Greens is, first and foremost, a practice and instruction facility. They actually have some of the most knowledgeable staff when it comes to club fittings and repairs in the valley as well.
There is also some golf though. sporting a short 9 hole par three track, Pierce Park can be a good place to dust off the wedges (singular depending how far you hit your SW... the longest hole comes in at 117). I take a GW with me that I use on exactly one hole... everything else is SW.
The greens are mostly benign and straightforward and there are very few hazards to avoid on the course, so this is really an extended practice facility... which... to me is great!
If you play Pierce Park, you will very likely finish with the ball you started with, regardless of your skill level (unless you are a complete beginner) and you will likely also "sharpen your saw" a bit along the way. It's kind of an extended, much more fun, version of chipping and putting practice.
Unlike other courses I review, I don't have many pictures of this track because, simply put, I play it all the time and never think to take pics. I did have an ace last year though... and there are a couple pics of that and the range that I'll include.
As I mentioned the staff is very knowledgeable, they are also incredibly nice and always willing to chat or help. I've literally never had a bad experience here.
In the "free gift with purchase" category... there is a house somewhere near the course that breeds bunnies and at times they are around the course.