Wickenburg Country Club - Semi-Private Review


July 21st, 2008 14:09

Reviewer

First Name Jeff
Last Name Baird
Handicap 23

Course Review and Comments

This course is now 18 holes rather than the 9 posted. The area code is now 928 not 520. The course isn't long, but there is a premium on being straight. There really is no "rough" it is a desert course and if you get into the desert, you will pay the price. Take the longest club you can hit straight and leave everything longer than that in your bag.

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Date course was played Friday 11th of May 2007
Price paid for golf 0
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Course Facilities Comments The pro shop isn't the place to go to buy a set of clubs, but as a semi-private course, I wouldn't expect it to have a huge amount of stuff.
Course Overall Rating
Play Again Yes
Recommend Yes

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