WARNING: Sinaloa uses LIMITED FLIGHT GOLF BALLS on their driving range. They won't tell you when you buy a bucket, which is why you see a lot of really frustrated golfers on the range. The balls look normal but fall out of the sky at about 60 to 70% of normal distance. If you're not aware of this IT WILL DESTROY YOUR GAME. Before I figured it out, I went there to hone my game and I left with no game at all and blisters from trying to get the balls to fly a normal distance. I couldn't understand what went wrong. I did everything I could and nothing worked.
A few days later I went back and asked, "Did you replace the balls with limited flight balls?" Yes. I told them that they have to tell people.
When you're practicing golf it's distance AND direction, and if one of those is destroyed because of crap balls then the other is almost useless as well.
I've never gone back and it's walking distance from my house.
How to kill a business in one easy step: cheat your customers!
Decent little pitch & putt plus driving range. Will miss the range when they replace it with a miniature golf course (lame).
I golf here all the time and it's one of my favorite courses. I'm a beginner (well, over a year now) and like playing the nine holes here. Also, the green fees are super low. Also, we played with others that were wacky but friendly so it gets a good diverse groups.
Perfect for beginners.
This 9 hole is a great place for beginners to learn. I find it challenging, yet not so much that it discourages you from wanting to go back again. You get to practice your short game and how to escape 'sand' bunkers. The greens are sometimes scattered with sand which adds some fun obstacles and makes every trip an adventure. At only $10 on the weekdays, it's a nice, cheap after work activity.