Sunland Village Golf Course
Located in the east valley, the Sunland Village Golf Course is an 18-hole course with a traditional layout. The semi-rolling landscape of the course features subtle elevation changes and tall, mature trees sprinkled throughout. The medium-sized greens are slightly undulating and the fairways are tree-lined. There are also ponds on the course that come into play on many holes. A notable hole is the par-3 16th. It is a mere 86 yards, but it requires a precise shot past water to the green. The Sunland Village Golf Course facility has three different putting and chipping greens for golfers to use as well as a driving range.
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Food & BeverageBar, Grill
Sunland Golf course
Good executive type course for money. Easy to play. Greens in good condition. Will play again
Nice middle length course
Great course - fairways and rough in good condition Greens are dry and been fertilized but not lush green .
It Beats Work :) !!!
We got paired with a couple of guys that we have played with before! That made it REALLY fun! Only downside was we were behind a foursome that obviously wanted some friend time, so we waited a LOT after EVERY hole...which became a little frustrating...Still...it beats work :)
Beautiful course...very well maintained. Just pleasure to always play there!
Perfect your short game
Just a fabulous little course! Par 64, 4 par 4's 1 short par 5 and great challenging par 3 greens. This is a little gem of a course. Work on your short game!!
First, let me say the course was in great shape and eating at Rochester's after golfing was a great experience. However, our actual golfing experience was greatly diminished by the overwhelming scrutiny we got. First off, it was 97 degrees. In addition, I had my 84 yr old Dad with a heart condition and neuropathy and my brother in law who is handicapped due to permanent spinal nerve damage. We were on the very first hole approaching the green when a lady walked all the way across the course from her home to inform us that we were parked too close to the green. We were respectfully 20 yards off of the green which is standard for handicapped golfers. We explained our situation and she left. The very next hole a course employee (not the ranger) showed up, apparently the first lady had called and reported us. Again we explained our situation and she left, stating "try not to let anyone see you". After another few holes,, finally a course ranger showed up and we had to explain it all over again. After that, at least 2 other times the ranger showed up to watch us, he didn't say anything, but he was over-scrutinizing us. This took a lot of the joy out of the game. My BIL says he will never go back there again. Most courses have handicapped flags and/or policies but apparently Sunland Village doesn't. And ever worse, they have residents who don't even work there reporting things. I would recommend this course to others as long as you aren't handicapped
We ended up partnering with Javier and Ed. Having a foursome made the pace very aggregable. It was a fun day. Only downside, (for us - ONLY), was the 19th hole was on an hour wait when we finished. Good for you. Nice to see things coming back to normal...ISH. The fish and chips smelled GREAT! :) Thanks.
Disappointed that the club house bar eas closed at 4:00. With a tee time at 3:08 ut would have been great to have a cocktail after finishing
Nice executive course, $50.00 is a little pricey for a round but I know in their thinking they need to make extra money off the snow birds.