Cypress at Palm-Aire Country Club
This timeless, Fazio classic attracts players worldwide due to its unique combination of picturesque beauty and daring challenge.
Its lush, green fairways are lined with beautiful palm and cypress trees. lateral and parallel water hazards and bunkers, lead to large, well trapped and undulating greens, making successful putts for birdies and pars a definitely possibility.
|Gold (W)||71||5405 yards||67.1||126|
|Red (W)||71||5214 yards||65.6||122|
|Blue M: 73.3/132||546||428||404||219||361||514||223||380||414||3489||184||408||183||461||510||396||586||174||417||3319||6808|
|Green M: 71.1/131||540||412||400||199||346||500||201||365||403||3366||173||394||171||432||494||380||543||167||395||3149||6515|
|White M: 69.5/130||493||376||375||173||328||473||191||345||353||3107||134||348||159||394||488||372||519||151||379||2944||6051|
|Member M: 67.7/123||493||361||316||179||312||461||187||334||338||2981||142||326||169||386||465||337||515||137||289||2766||5747|
|Gold M: 67.1/126 W: 72.4/125||453||361||316||162||307||453||119||323||335||2829||125||329||150||312||468||337||450||116||289||2576||5405|
|Red M: 65.6/122 W: 70.0/120||445||348||310||154||294||442||111||315||325||2744||119||284||140||304||458||327||446||110||282||2470||5214|
|Orange M: 62.6/112 W: 66.9/107||320||275||310||132||294||360||111||230||325||2357||119||284||140||292||323||320||380||110||235||2203||4560|
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This was the 4th course we have played this week, and it was the most enjoyable. The Cypress course had very nice fairways, in top condition. We had played the Oaks course last year, and the conditions were not nearly as good.
Jan 11th 2022
Good layout. Course could have been in better condition. A little ragged in placed. Good layout. Speed of play was very good.
I have played the Cypress course several times in the last few years, and this was the first time this season.
I was told the course was not in good shape, so I was pleasantly surprised at how nice the conditions were. Graff was fuller and the ground wasn't so hard.
great course, par71, long courses, difficult par 3 200 yds, challenging, greens and fairway in great conditions.
Nice greens, course needs investment
The greens are the best part of the course - they are undulating, and can be quick when maintained. The rest of the course is in need of $2-3M of work - t-boxes are ragged, a lot of residential grass creeping in all over the course, traps are inconsistent from fluffy to a dusting of sand over wet clay. This was a country club, now people treat it like a frat house - some of that may be the lack of respect for the rules and proper etiquette, exacerbated by the number of new COVID golfers and out of towners who just don't care.
This course needs major TLC
Now I know why the course was priced so low. The greens were in terrible condition. We saw 3 types of issues on several greens. On one green you would see this green paint like hard covering along with white spots, and then even black spots. This was the case on multiple greens. The cart paths were littered with pot holes that were so bad you had to drive around them which defeats the purpose. There were flooded areas on cart paths. We saw the beverage cart lady once on the front and once on the back plus at the 18th. Her cart was in such bad shape it took a full 5 seconds to get going. She looked at us like "I know right?". This place needs to be shut down until they can make the needed repairs.
Happy New Year at Palm Aire
Course was fun windy conditions makes this very interesting especially when using a fairway wood on a par 3!
D-Head Guy At Starter
With an empty course and no one on the back nine yet, the starter refused to let me switch courses (willing to pay the difference for “better” course) or start the back nine as a single player. He then told me “ if you want to do that, you have to show me by some money and put it in my hands”. The a-hole wanted me to bribe him and pay him, so I can play by myself during a pandemic. I wish I had called the cops to investigate that d-bag. I ended up sneaking to the back nine and playing the back nine twice, for a full round of 18. The back 9 was completely empty. The Starter was an a-hole and bad at his job and spacing out players.