Presidio Hills Golf Course

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This is a fun little pitch and putt course. The fairways are pretty much dead grass and dirt however. The greens are in decent shape at least. It's a great place to work on your short game for a decent price.

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Great little course,  operated by the most rude, hateful old lady I have ever met. Having been there many times over many years,  today was the last straw.     Her hateful, racist, hurtful comments simply do not deserve to be heard by anyone let alone a CUSTOMER.    

She clearly is living in the dark ages and even made the comment to me "I dont care how many times you have been here before" she verbally slandered me and my family.

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Small chip and putt golf course. Grass is bare and place is small. Went here for a groupon deal and with the groupon it was worth it. But I wouldn't come here at full price. Their signage for each hole was off so it was a bit confusing. Not a difficult course what so ever. I did enjoy hole 8 as it was on a higher elevation and the one with most yardage. But all in all there are other places that are better to just work on your golf game than here. Plus parking is horrendous here when fighting off with other old town tourists.

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Visiting Presidio Park today finally made me remember the last time I came to this golf course on Father's Day in 2006. Never gone back after experiencing discrimination by the lady attendant that day. My daughter was 2 years old then, and had a pleasant Father's Day, until we stopped over to this place and do a little putting. Don't plan on going back, nor will I encourage my kids and friends to go there  anytime soon, if you want a better place to golf with your ones, go to Colina Park GC. My kids are avid golfers now, and haven't told them about this place.

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This pitch and putt golf course is truly a hidden gem within Old Town. I have been playing this course for over 35 years now, and have many fond memories of enjoying a round here with my Dad in the 80's. I now play with my kids. It has had its ups and downs over the years, but one thing remains, it is a fun place to introduce kids to the game of golf, practice your short game and have a little fun in the sun before lunch. I like to dine at La Pinata (on the patio), located just south of the 10th, after each visit.

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