Par 3 Course at Pleasant Valley Golf Course Ratings & Reviews
about 1 month ago
Nice little course no waiting at every tee. Good course for beginners as the holes are not extremely challenging and the out bound pretty easy for finding your ball.
7 months ago
Fun little course. If you can drive it 300 yards you can go for the green on nine out of ten par fours. Greens are pretty beat up on some holes but most are fine and all are playable. Clubhouse staff is polite and the soda machines are only a buck fifty :) Would rate a five if the greens were cleaned up a little.
6 months ago
2 star golf course, 1 star experience. Executive course with an additional par 3 course. Longest hole on the executive course is less than 400 yards.
Beat up tee boxes, really beat up, slow, shaggy greens. Seems like nobody has fixed any ball marks all summer long. Basically no cart paths. Crab grass and clover everywhere. The 'fairways are just lower cut rough. And the rough was so high that if you missed the fairway you weren't going to find your ball. Don't get me wrong, it's an ok course to go to to tune your game or a place to go if you're a beginner but don't expect much.
There also used to be a fairly nice driving range there. It's closed as the net is destroyed.
Be ready for a $22-24 green fee and another $15 for the cart fee (it's an easy walk by the way).
They don't take tee times, they don't give rain checks for when the course is full. They'll let you pay for both courses but won't give refunds for when they put a bunch of groups in front of you. And then they'll say "well don't purchase 27 holes next time."
Pretty hard for me to justify a visit to a golf course where little effort is put into course quality, a driving range that is in tatters, no tee times accepted, and no rain checks are given. Save your $40 and go to an actual golf course.