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Cimarron Golf Club

Cimarron Golf Club

17100 W Clearview Blvd Surprise, AZ 85387-5500 URL:   Course Website

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The 18-hole "Cimarron" course at the Cimarron Golf Club facility in Surprise, Arizona features 6,809 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 71.3 and it has a slope rating of 123. Designed by Greg H. Nash, ASGCA, the Cimarron golf course opened in 2003.

Course Information for Cimarron Golf Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
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Cimarron Golf Club Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Greg H. Nash, ASGCA
72 par, 6,809 yards
71.3 rating, 123 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $79.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Kevin Reagan, PGA, Head Golf Professional

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Surprise, AZ

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Cimarron I have played here many times. The course has a good layout. The grass had not grown in yet in several spots. It should be better by the end of July. July 22, 2014
Great value Course was closing the next day for summer maintenance so there were a lot of dry spots. Other than that it is a great course that will challenge the best. June 24, 2014
Nice course Play was slow but the course was in excellent condition, good experience June 22, 2014
great track! Played on a super windy day and cimmaron played extremely tough from the tips. Greens are fast and have lots of slope so being on the correct tier is a must. Fairways were in good shape with just a few bad areas but that's kinda expected for thistime of year as the summer grass is coming in. My only ddislike are the bunkers thin sand and lots of rocks in them. Overall for 10$ on golfnow hot deal u can't go wrong. Enjoy Cimmaron! June 18, 2014
Great course, very hard hole locations As an avid golfee who has played numerous great courses and also worked at courses as a pin setter. I would highly reccomend that the hole locations be given more thought. As a rule of thumb you cannot have every hole be on the top ofa hill, a mound, a slope, 6 feet from the edge of the green. You have to utilize the whole green for placement. If there are too many "zones" for placement, decrease the number of zones per green. To 4 or even 3. Gives the pinsetter more options. Not only do you lose customers from the difficult placements, but you also slow down pacw of play. You want to make the course fun yet challenging for all levels of golfers, not just scratch golfers. I am an excellent putter but even I had a hard time on the greens, having 30 putts yesterday. I would be willing to offer my services to set pins for one week and see if the customers would be happier with their rounds. The saying putt for dough doesn't apply here because there is no way to get close to some pins and make putts. Otherwise the course is absolutely beautiful and well manicured. June 15, 2014
Excellent shape, great value. One of the best layouts of all the Sun City Grand courses. From tee to green it's in awesome shape. Fairways are nice and lush, and greens are receptive, fast and rolling true. Customer service was awesome. For 21 with a drink and hotdog it's hands down a great value. June 2, 2014
nice course, terrible pin placement I read the reviews prior to playing this course, i should have taken them serious, we like the course but the guy setting the pin placements has no business working at a golf course setting the pins, we have played there twice and heard the same thing from both groups we played with, they wouldnt come back because of the pin placements and im not sure my wife and i would go back either, we golf 3-4 times a week and are both high 70s-low 80s golfers and never seen pin placements like this, you can be 10 feet from the flag in regulation and still 3-4 putt, lets hope the course allows someone a little more familiar with golf set the pins, a par 4 should be a par 4... most pins are right on the top of a ridge, on a steep slope and/or a few paces from a 8 foot drop off, Phil Mickelson couldnt make the shot June 1, 2014
Beautiful and fun Great shape and always beautiful.....always maintained in the highest quality. June 1, 2014
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