North at Antelope Hills Golf Course
|Blue (W)||72||6394 yards||74.3||131|
|Red (W)||72||6006 yards||72.6||127|
|Black M: 71.6/128||382||518||461||411||515||171||398||160||459||3475||487||405||406||408||228||395||132||490||418||3369||6844|
|Gold M: 70.5/125||374||499||455||400||496||160||388||144||424||3340||447||395||386||397||205||385||126||478||392||3211||6551|
|Blue M: 69.6/121 W: 74.7/136||366||488||443||397||483||157||373||136||420||3263||432||387||381||389||196||377||121||467||381||3131||6394|
|Tour M: 69.4/120||346||435||371||404||452||158||384||153||445||3148||450||399||390||398||163||348||133||455||387||3123||6271|
|Red M: 68.3/118 W: 73.1/131||353||436||373||392||453||155||368||87||389||3006||419||381||371||383||169||335||117||450||375||3000||6006|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill
Available FacilitiesBanquet Facilities
Very slow play, greens soft but semi fast and rough (foot prints). Nice group and sunny.
Nice course for the money. They get stacked up as walkers are allowed, but my round flowed well. A few weird holes but that makes it challenging.
We played it today and it was overbooked so bad that on hole seven we had three foursomes waiting at the same time. Then a course ranger had the nerve to tell us to pick up the pace. We will never be going back there again.
Time to offer golf etiquette seminars!!!
I really enjoy the staff here, the food is over the top good, and the bartenders are the best.
Now the hard truth about the course.
Countless times including the day I played some selfish moran has spit out sunflower seeds casing on the green. Not one or two, but 20.
They never make people pair up like two twosomes become a foursome. People at this course have no idea that is what is best to speed up play.
There is no offer to play though if you are a single or double and encounter a foursome. God forbid if you are golfing with you r wife and she hits better then the old retired guys then you will never be able to play through.
I frequently stop playing due to slow play after the 12th hole.
In Prescott the average Joe only has two good courses to play. Stone Ridge is way too expensive to ride around in beat up golf carts. The rest are Private and that leaves Antelope Hills as the only resort.
Great place to play in the summer heat
The weather was perfect & the course was in terrific shape with the greens being some of the best I've ere played on. The only negative is there was not one person out side the pro shop to help with anything. You even had to walk across a street just get your cart. Then in a 4 hour round we only saw the beverage cart twice.
But overall I would go back in a heartbeat.
For a municipal course it was not a very reasonable priced for the condition of the course. We played the north course several years ago and it was in much better condition.
Booked to get out of the heat of Phoenix, weather was awesome. The course was very crowded and play was very slow. Course is like a midwest course that is fairly easy to play. I would play again.
Really really going downhill
I have played this course over the last 25 years. Sometimes it was in great shape others not so much. I played it 4/25/2020 and it was in really bad shape unless you like US Open rough. I was playing with a couple that could not always keep their ball on the fairway and if any of us hit into the rough it was all over if you could even find your ball in the three to four-inch rough you were lucky. Then if you did and hit it out of the rough the ball did not go anywhere this is sticky fescue grass and very thick. There are also places in the fairway here and there with patches of dirt. I saw several places where they had water leaks that have been leaking a long time and created a "swamp" in the area. The greens had not been mowed in a few days very fuzzy and SLOW. They did not have but one cart person for both north and south course seen her once on a 85-degree day. They had no ranger so people are joining up into fivesomes going back to replay holes it was a mess. I get it we are in a pandemic things are not perfect but then why do you charge full price for half the service and golf experience. But I have seen this course this way many times before.
Super staff .... Great Day
First time on the course .... Course was in nice shape .... not a lot of sand traps but were in good condition ... greens small and somewhat fast .... pretty standard course up and back ... overall the course was long for ladies ... north course does not conveniently come back to the clubhouse after 9
GolfPass not connected to reservation Desk?
Course was overbooked and wait at its tee was 30-45 minutes past tee time. Appears that Golf pass is not synced with the actual reservation desk so supposed tee time, booked and paid for. was not actually available. I really like Antelope Hills, both 18 hole courses, north and south, and play it several times a week during the season. This was the first time I have used GolfPass and am not impressed at all. Will stick to calling the reservation desk direct.