Palm Aire Country Club & Resort
Average Course ... a bit scattered at the Starter area.
Tee Blocks are terrible; poor not maintained at all. Greens are fairly good, quite fast.
Pace of play not brisk ... could use marshals to move play along a bit.
April 6, 2015
Great Course, Great Deal
For $32 on GolfNow, this was a great deal. Course is reasonably challenging, but probably not as difficult as the Palms which has more water. Challenging part of this course is that some of the fairways are relatively narrow. Course is in the best shape of any course I've played in South Florida during winter of 2015.
April 2, 2015
Very value for your money
The course is in excellent condition, the starter Joe is very friendly. I would recommend this course.
April 1, 2015
This course is in very rough shape and is very overplayed. Ned's some TLC. The greens are slow the fairways and tee boxes are overgrown. Wouldn't go back.
March 31, 2015
What More Could You Ask For?
All aspects of the experience were Good to Very Good. The personnel I encountered were friendly and helpful. The fairways, greens, traps and even the roughs were in very good shape; only a couple of shaggy tee boxes. We saw the beverage cart at least 3 times. I paid about $50 for a post-2 PM tee time, which I found very reasonable. So as the title of this review says. . .
March 28, 2015
Played with a friend and paired up with 2 nice guys from PA there for the winter. Greens in really nice shape and true to putt. Fairways in good shape overall considering time of year but teeboxes were a bit below average in instances. Group ahead of us was slow, took us about 4:20 to play so not bad. Played at 9:40am. Course offers a challenge, we played from the Green (2nd longest) at around 6500. At $55 including cart we thought it was a good deal. I play a lot of golf and was satisfied with the course. Greens are almost all elevated so need to hit an extra club. Some wind made holes a lot longer. Staff was super helpful as we needed to print tickets and have bags picked up.
March 25, 2015
High End Course, Low End Service
How difficult is it for the course to put a scorecard and pencil on the golf cart? This is what a course which charges premium rates should do. Obviously, they didn't. It's also hard to believe that an upscale course such as this does not provide drinking water on the course. It would also be nice to see a beverage cart more than one time over a four-hour round, especially on a very hot day.
The course itself is in very good shape. It doesn't really play that difficult, especially when compared to The Palms course which seems to be a bit more challenging.
March 23, 2015
Course is in great shape. Greens are true and running at a decent yet not lighting speed. Tee it up and have a great round.
March 22, 2015