Rolling Hills Golf Course
The executive-length Rolling Hills Golf Course provides an excellent game and it is a very player-friendly course. True to its name, the course is quite hilly causing a few elevation changes and undulating greens. The fairways are lined with pretty trees, adding some challenge and beauty to the course. There are no water hazards but there are a few strategically placed bunkers to worry about as well as some out-of-bounds stakes bordering a few of the holes. Rolling Hills Golf Course consists of ten par 3s and eight par 4s. On the premises there are also practice facilities, a pro shop, and an on-site golf pro.
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Totally worth it!
Great course! My beginner/intermediate friends and I flew in for the weekend. This was our favorite course. So worth it and were able to finish in just under 4 hours.
Playing at Rolling Hills
Great course and challenging layout. Looking forward to playing the course again.
Needs repair/62 hole course
This course is hanging on by a thread. Multiple damaged drinking fountains, broken fences and aged clubhouse. This course is not 18 holes in reality as there are no par 5 holes and it actually is a 62 round course. The yardage signs are about 20-30 yds greater than reality. This is really a par 3 golf course. Friendly staff is the reason it gets a bump up to 2 stars.
Excellent Staff, fun course, but slow pace
Course was fun and had some challenging holes. Staff was extremely friendly which included the folks in the Pro Shop, restaurant, and beverage cart.
Only downer was how it took 4 hours to play a shorter course when it’s >100* outside.
Other than that, there were surprisingly a good amount of holes where I had to use my driver and enjoyed getting some quality wedge practicing on the round.
Less than $30 for 18 holes riding…very reasonably priced. This is not a long course but I enjoyed playing and would definitely return. The round of 18 took less than three hours and greens were true but not lightning fast. For a short course there is enough danger around most of the greens to keep you on your toes. I’ll be back to play it again.
Needed someone to manager the time of play we had 4 infront of us that were taking 8-10 shots each each hole took over 4 hours to play
First Time for Wife
Played 9 holes with my wife who is getting back to golfing after 2 back surgeries, rotator cuff surgery, a total knee replacement and 2 stents in her heart. What a trooper! She has taken a lesson at Kierland Golf Club and ordered new clubs to fit her after a fitting at Cool Clubs in Scottsdale.
The course was wide open since it was so hot and we happened to pair up with someone visiting from Seattle. She played as best she could with clubs that are way too long, way to heavy and way old!.
Rolling Hills is just the right course for her, not too easy but not really long and exhausting. The tee boxes are in great shape for the most part. the greens are still re-generating after aeration so a bit bumpy but playable.
I'd like to see more work on so many bare spots and dirt areas that could be playable if not solid hardback.
Glad to see the bunker rakes, ball washes and towels back on course. Starter or pro shop should make it known that flag sticks can be removed and that the sand dispensers on the carts are to be used to repair divets.
Love the Loyalty Card concept a lot!