Fiesta Lakes Golf Club

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Found this course while looking for a driving range. The driving range was average.  Some areas with divets and some with grass.  The range balls are old and a little worn.  Good place to practice swings.  

The course is a 9 hole and a disc golf course also.  Didn't see a chipping practice area but there was a putting area.  I think it's worth the money.  Cash only.

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Love this little tucked away golf course!
Inexpensive and fun to play!
Great staff!
Always enjoy playing there.

ps- also LOVE the big friendly orange cat in the clubhouse :-)

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A nice executive course--if you can find it. The signage could have been better. Take Westwood south of Southern. The course is about 2 blocks down on the left right before the street curves right. That being said, it is a really enjoyable course. The shortest hole is about 120, the longer par 4 is about 260. There is a pond in the middle of the course that comes into play on several of the holes. There are no sand traps to speak of, just straightforward holes. It is a great place to work on irons and the short game. It would also be a great place to play in the summer--the course is heavily shaded. I played the course twice and both days a league showed up at 9:00 AM. If you play, you want to get there before that or else later in the day. The manager was very friendly and accomodating. If you don't have clubs with you, for $23 you can play 9 holes, rent a set of clubs and pull cart and pick up 4 balls.

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Great short game course

A great place to work on your short game. Very well shaded and well cared for.

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