El Prado Golf Course - Dry Creek Ratings & Reviews
about 15 hours ago
Great weekday price. Played the Butterfield course in under 4 hrs. Good fun round of golf.
3 months ago
I am a US Citizen and met a racist here. Foursome ahead of me, they did spend enough like 15 minutes to find out the balls on fairway of 9th hole, and came back to tee box to do tee shot again without saying any word, 2 teams were waiting at the tee box...
We asked them to speed up since they did not allow us to pass them, I believe at least 2 holes should be empty ahead of them.
Surprisingly, one of them shouted 'This is our country, I can do anything what I want.' Another one said 'This is A tournament.'
I complained the situation at Pro shop, and was told they were in the tournament of El Prado's Men's Club. I really hated to play again here by rain check for rest 9 holes later, got a 50% refund.
Overall status of the course, definitely not worth of $50. The Men's Club players did park cart even fringe of green.
5 months ago
I've never seen this place get too crowded so it's a great place to play a quick round at a cheap rate, but both courses are in bad shape. The greens are in poor condition. Most are too soft and slow, which is surprising considering how hot it's been. There were a few greens that had brown patches with no grass on them. The carts are very old and ride rough, especially on the bumpy dirt cart paths. I got a bunch of dings and bag wear on my clubs after playing a few holes here. I'm tempted to just walk next time as both courses are walkable. The range is all grass and the balls are actually in pretty good shape, as well as the two practice putting greens. Pro shop is woefully understocked.