South Par 3 at Alondra Park Golf Course
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Available FacilitiesLounge, Banquet Facilities
Coaching my daughter
Today I was able to play with my 15-year-old daughter, she’s new to golf, and the pace was perfect for her. The staff was friendly and accommodating.
Where’s the Next Hole?
There were at least a few holes, where after one finished, players had a hard time figuring out where the next hole was. A simple sign with an arrow could solve that problem. They had one from hole 10 to 11 but that was it. Some greens are smallest I’ve ever seen, but it just makes it more challenging. Still a good Par 3 to play for its length and variety of holes.
My tee time was at 530a. So the first hole is adjacent to the 9th. I saw the sprinklers on at the 9th and 10th hole and it seemed to start ponding/puddling on both holes. No worries though…. I get it….it’s early in the morning. So I play the first 8 holes (+10) my best day ever at the course and it takes around an hour for me to get back to the 9th hole and the sprinklers are still on. By now the 9th and 10th fairways are flooded. Not only that but the 9th tee box was flooded. I couldn’t even tee off. Other than that I had a blast at the course, I just took my +10 on 8 holes and called it a day. Still a good little course, just have to manage the sprinklers a little better. That is all
Confusing Layout and Total Disregard Pace of Play (par 3)
Not a bad place to play to scratch that itch but allowing groups of 5 and not having a starter really slowed down our overall pace. Also, don’t be surprised if a lesson cuts in front of you randomly midway through the round.
Aside from that, the layout was a bit confusing with groups walking in front of us to get to their hole as we were teeing off.
Took us 2 hours to finish the front 9 on the par 3. Ended up calling it a day and leaving the back 9 untouched.
Overall, reasonably priced. Just don’t expect too much.
Small yet difficult course
Alondra is my home course and I really enjoy playing this par 3. Greens are pretty small and elevated which make them quite tricky. Perfect for working on your short game. It just sucks that you have to hit off mats and there are some dirt patches on a few of the greens. Besides that it’s a solid course to get out for a few hours and practice.
A Fun Par 3
Alondra is a fun 18 hole, Par 3.
Great for beginners, and to work on your short game.