Las Sendas Golf Club

Mesa, Arizona
4.3
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Las Sendas Golf Club
7555 East Eagle Crest Drive, Mesa, AZ 85207, USA
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Las Sendas Golf Club Ratings & Reviews
4.3
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Dillon James Steadman
21 days ago
I paid $50 to play on Saturday 9/29. No one in our group was notified during booking or before checking in and paying that the entire course was scalped. If you've ever attempted to play a scalped course, you know it's a joke. Machines and crew continued over-seed preparation during our round, shrouding us in a haze of dust and dead grass. The "fairways" were rock hard dirt and hadn't been watered in weeks. The greens were the only green grass on the whole course, but were similarly rock hard and wanting for water. As if the conditions weren't bad enough, we were constantly pestered by the ranger to pick up the pace, even though we finished our "round" comfortably within the 4 hours 15 minutes recommended on the scorecard. There was no beverage cart, snack bars were closed, and water coolers at several tee areas were either empty or missing. Management was unhelpful when we raised these issues. We won't be back. Las Sendas, even if healthy, simply isn't worth the trouble. There are so many superior courses in the valley.
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Nicholas Ferrara
21 days ago
Was excited to play this course, but was met with arguably one of the worst golfing experiences I've ever had in the valley. I was invited to play for $50 a head and figured that was fairly reasonable for the course and its allure. Sadly, the course decided it was a fantastic idea to scalp the fairways on the same day we decided to play. I understand that its about time to over-seed, but this was terrible communication. There was no warning of this happening on golf now, or by the pro shop while I was paying. I would not have paid $50 if I knew I was going to just be engulfed in a cloud of dust, dirt, and grass clippings. There were even times on the course that we had to wait for the grounds crew to actually finish scalping so we could complete the holes. Had we known about the courses intentions to prepare for over-seeding we would not have played that weekend and waited until the course was in better condition. Interestingly, the above over-seeding issue was not even the worst part of the round. The most frustrating part of the round was the overly eager ranger that kept pestering our group to play faster. Now I'm all for "ready golf" but paced to finish the round in the recommended time of 4 hours. We never once waited on the group in front of us, and never once were met by the group behind us. The ranger also had the audacity to ask us which tee box we were teeing off of. I felt that was rude considering he had witnessed us tee off twice during his rounds, and we were no where near the tips. Lastly, I want to make this criticism constructive because I do want to play at Las Sendas again in all it's glory. 1) If you are going to do major maintenance and upkeep on the course update your golf now page to reflect that. Or at least update your club's website to reflect the current status of your course 2) There were many times I was hoping to grab some extra water but the coolers were missing from a few of the holes. It can get pretty hot out during the summer in Arizona, ensuring those coolers are present and filled could go along away with golfers. 3) It would also be nice if there were some way to know the exact pace of play, some sort of timekeeping device on a few of the holes would be great. I understand the ranger is supposed to help keep pace, but he was a complete clown about it. 4) Maybe to keep those coolers full you should send the rangers to fill them up. This might also help with pace of play since that clown wouldn't continue to stop our group every few holes to explain to us how "slow" we were playing and how we could "pick up the pace" I hope these suggestions make it to the next Las Sendas staff meeting. I'm sure plenty gets accomplished during those meetings. At least the hot dog I had was good, like Costco good. So you got that going for you! Thanks for taking the time to read this review.
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Nick Heisterkamp
20 days ago
0/5 would not recommend. Awful course conditions, on course amenities and customer service. Unequivocally the worst experience I've ever had on a golf course. Ownership refused to adequately address or acknowledge multiple complaints brought to their attention. Do yourself a favor and go play Dinosaur Mountain instead.
Las Sendas Golf Club is an 18 hole golf course located at 7555 East Eagle Crest Drive, Mesa, AZ 85207, USA and plays 6925 yards from the tips . The estimated course record for Las Sendas Golf Club is 64. It has a slope of 144 and rating 73.1. This course is located in Arizona in the city of Mesa in 85207 . Red Mountain Ranch Country Club and Longbow Golf Club are located nearby. Book a cheap tee time at Las Sendas Golf Club now!