Pembroke Pines Country Club
Formerly known as Plausawa Valley Country Club.
|Red (W)||73||5419 yards||71.0||119|
|Blue M: 72.2/132||477||412||366||165||448||198||366||419||487||3338||404||430||568||184||546||285||150||400||380||3347||6685|
|White M: 69.8/129 W: 74.0/128||451||393||343||148||441||165||346||386||474||3147||387||399||545||164||516||275||125||290||355||3056||6203|
|Gold M: 67.1/119 W: 70.9/120||406||274||342||140||440||130||336||356||439||2863||320||373||465||68||478||245||115||265||275||2604||5467|
|Red W: 68.2/113||404||265||338||138||439||127||333||355||437||2836||275||265||460||65||475||220||100||225||250||2335||5171|
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Basic public course
There were two distinctly different nines. Front nine was basic back and forth holes with modest elevation changes and relatively flat greens. We had to do cart path only as course was still soft. Grass was thick and wet making clean contact more difficult. Back nine was more interesting with elevation changes, distinct fairways, undulating greens and better fairway grass. Greens were relatively smooth and very true. Decent value for a public facility.
Great course.. need new rental clubs
Everything was great at the course! However the rental clubs for $20 were overpriced compared for the quality.
Pembroke Pines Is The Name
It's a challenge for anyone. Pick the right tees for you. The front side is the original nine and is more wide open and a little more forgiving. The back side is a more strategic, shot making nine. The greens on the back side have much more undulations than the front. Plenty of golf course for any level player. Great place, easy to get to. I have played here several times and enjoyed all the rounds.
Back 9 Beautiful
Started on the back 9 today and with all the rain it was cart path only, which was fine. Back 9 is in beautiful condition, hopefully in the future they will update the front 9. Extremely friendly staff
Love Pembroke Pines. Awesome course, good variety and mix of holes. Fairly open and forgiving. Well kept and great conditions.
Nice layout bad greens
The greens were in rough shape. The ball bounced across the greens rather than rolling. Rest of the course was in fair condition for this time of year.
Just simply way over priced
First time here this year, they were charging 55 dollars for 9 holes, cart path only and aerated greens. Come back with a discount and still paid 60 and had no driving range and cart path only. Just simply over priced, go play a nice course for the same price if not cheaper. Just way more options out there
Played through the fog for 6 holes and everything was I was told . Good day with good friends
I’ve been playing golf for 3 years and am specifically writing this, my first review because I am annoyed to have paid 71 dollars for a course with aerated greens. Put the notification on GolfNow! Course needs to be watered, most of the landing areas for guys that hit 260-270 off the tee are hard pan dirt, rough burnt out everywhere. For a weekday afternoon in the fall with aerated greens appropriate rate would be 35
Went out at 650 played 18. Course is great makes you use all your clubs. I wish that their signs had better indicators of hazards because there was 2 or 3 holes with unmarked hazards that I lost balls in. Besides that I loved the layout and the area. You feel pretty enclosed it’s different and cool.
It's a nice course
First time playing here but had heard a lot about it. It exceeded my expectations! Was a nice course & will play it again. The driving range should be relocated as some range balls can end up w/in boundaries of two separate holes on front nine. There is no netting/fence to stop long hit range balls. Also, driving mats have no rubber tees so you have to use your own.
The course marshall was strictly enforcing seperation of groups teeing off partially due to COVID19 but also ensuring steady pace of play. The pace of play ultimately was quite good.
The course itself was in very good condition and well maintained. The biggest surprise to me was the huge difference between front and back nine! It's like two different courses! The front is flat and quite wide open, the back is hilly, wooded, and holes are separated by forest. It is more challenging on back nine but both sides were fun to play. If one is a true beginner the front nine would be much easier! I liked it that the two sides were so different!
The staff were all friendly, nice, & helpful. The cart had obviously been truly cleaned since prior user (a good thing considering COVID19). The clubhouse seemed a little small but it was nice. A large outside deck area w/tables available too. The drink prices were reasonable. I did not eat so can't state anything about food quality.
Overall, it's a very nice course and I'll go back to play but next time it may be mid-week as it was busy on the weekend day I went. One thing I have noticed is huge green fee price increase especially during the weekdays since last year! Last year they had very reasonable twilight fees, this year I haven't seen any reduced fees... not for twilight, on a bad weather day, nothing! Fact they are owned/operated by a big corp. probably plays a huge part as corps. are out to make money - period! Discontinuing reduced green fees at times ensures the corp. is taking in top dollar at all times however, this corp. thinking (taking in top dollar at all times) makes it nearly impossible to afford to play a round for those of us on a limited, fixed income! One can play other courses in the area w/twilight fees for about half the price! They need to rethink their green fee pricing structure because by being so costly on weekdays they are ultimately losing customers... myself included! If they weren't so costly, I would go back to play often as I enjoyed it but w/sky high pricing on a fixed income I simply can't afford it!