Course Review and Comments
This is a great course and I have always enjoyed playing it. However, management leaves a lot to be desired. They have Hitler in a cart as the marshall (Jack)amd Mr. LaCroix has no customer service skills what so ever. He would fit right in at Fawlty Towers.
The course is often overbooked. We booked to play the Valley and had to settle for the Upper because the Valley was "too congested".
Well, so was the Upper.
After playing a few holes, we complained and were offered a rain-check for 9 holes, we had paid for 18, there was some haggling and then our money was thrown at us and we were asked to leave and never return, this was followed up by a phone call from the police.
All of this was done in front of other customers.
My friend and I have been golfing here at Parkview for over 20 years, and I had a "hole in one" here. I have always enjoyed this course, but have never been treated so badly anywhere like this in my life. Mr. LaCroix was extremely rude and quite loud, making my friend and I feel like liars and cheats.
When we called and booked our tee times, no one told us that the course we wanted was already overbooked, this would be a lie of omission, they took our money and put us on another course without mentioning that this was also overbooked. But, we are liars and cheats.
If you want to play this course make sure, Basil and Hitler are off that day, and you should really enjoy yourself.
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July 07th, 2012 19:15
Great, well maintained golf course. I played the upper, and it was very straight and flat- perfect for a crappy golfer such as myself. I didn't even lose one ball!!! Do you know how amazing that is
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