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“Goat Ranch”

Antelope Hills Golf Club - North Course
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Owner description: The Antelope Hills North Course tests your fairway accuracy as it winds through sentinels of poplars, spruce, elms, cottonwoods, and weeping willows-deciduous trees unique to this desert climate. At a testy par 72, the mature 6,778 North Course has offered players on of the most spectacular challenges in Arizona public golf since 1956. Newly hired Golf Course Superintendent, Jerry Walsh, has the course in the best condition in recent years.
Los Angeles, California
Level 6 Contributor
120 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 45 helpful votes
“Goat Ranch”
Reviewed 12 February 2012

Best part of this course is leaving. Carts have to be in 1/2 hr BEFORE dark! Are you kidding?! Half-wits in the golf shop, no Marshals on course, no starter, all other staff - especially the cart personnel, are beyond rude. Course is kept in poor shape, wind tunnel, lot of blind tee shots and very little difference between fairway and rough, miniature golf flags to stake out very bumpy, pock-marked greens. Oh by the way, when driving out to the course, be aware of multiple speed traps. If you want the T-shirt / jeans and tennis shoe crowd, this is your course. Too bad, with some small redesigns and a different group of people running things, they could have a nice little muni track. Instead, even at $40, you have dust bowl disaster. Definitely not worth the time or money to play there.

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Pinetop-Lakeside, Arizona
Level 5 Contributor
64 reviews
10 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 22 helpful votes
“Club Restaurant Not Bad”
Reviewed 11 October 2011

Met friends for Sunday breakfast/lunch: place was empty minus us and three other tables. Had a window view: nice day and nice, bright seating area. Had their breakfast burrito: nice and big loaded with lots of fresh ingredients. Hot, too. Prices were fair for what they served.

Visited October 2011
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Prescott Valley, Arizona
1 review
“Really a nice, challenging track”
Reviewed 29 July 2011

I've been playing Antelope Hills North since the 70's, and the South on a regulart basis as well. The Nth is rated a stroke harder, and rightly so. A little of the ole school trickery with some sneaky long par 4's to negociate, and stratigic water hazards perodically. All the Par 3's are long except #16 but it is protected nicely. Plan on shooting at least 4 over your Hcp. if you've not looped it in awhile. Since the new Superintendent regime took over all 36 holes are in the best shape the club membership has seen in many years. The perfect summer get a way from the Valley, trust me.
Gary Clemmons 2011 "Net" Club Champion.

Visited June 2011
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goodyear az
1 review
“Looking Good”
Reviewed 2 September 2008

I had the chance to play golf at Antelope Hills again recently and I was very pleased to see the improvements in the golf course and the vacilities. The north course is in the best shape I have ever seen it. They have made some great strides to make this course one on the best places to play in Arizona.

The general manager, Mr. Paul Parker and his staff have taken this place to a new level and have a clear vision on where they want to take Antelolp Hill in the future. The new golf carts, improvements on the course, and the improvement in the grille are just a few of the examples of what Mr. Parker and his staff have done to make this a very enjoyable place to play golf and have a great meal at a very fair price.

I would like to thank Mr. Parker for his efforts and I look forward to several more wonderful rounds of golf at Antelope Hills.

Thanks;
I'll be Back

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Az
Level 4 Contributor
21 reviews
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“going downhill fast”
Reviewed 9 May 2008

Have been playing both north and south coursed for 4 years. During that time there has been some management changes that have been detrimental to the golf courses. Specifically the north course which for many years was considered one of the finest in the northern part of Arizona. Over the past couple of years the north course has deteriorated to the point of many locals refusing to play on it. I have had the privelege of playing on some of the nicest public courses in the United States and have come to consider the north course at Antelope Hills at the bottom of my list of courses. I will never play there again until I see a turn around in course condition...

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AntelopeHills, Manager at Antelope Hills Golf Club - North Course, responded to this review, 3 September 2008
Prescott experienced one of the coldest Mays in recent history and the course was slow in recovering from spring aeration. Since Jerry Walsh has been hired as the new Golf Course Superintendent players have told us the North Course is in the best condition in the last 10-15 years.
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