Cave Creek Golf Course first opened for play in 1984. The course was designed by Jack Snyder.
This municipal course, the most popular municipal course in Phoenix, was once a landfill, is located inside the Phoenix city limits. The course gets plenty of wear, but it always remains well maintained.
A winding creek leading to wide rolling fairways, allows for varying shot selections. This 18-hole championship course offers golfers of all skill levels challenge and enjoyment.
Cave Creek Golf Course plays to a par-72 and a maximum distance of 6,732 yards for a course rating of 71.6 and slope rating of 119. The forward tees measure 5,623 yards for a course rating of 70.0 and slope rating of 118.
$31 (cart included), played on Wednesday, January 2010 at 8am
Older, Phoenix municipal course but with intersting layout with some rolling land, water, dog legs, trees. A few holes on old dump site have patchy fairways however greens are good, hold better than normal for area and putt well.
$26 (cart not included), played on Sunday, March 2008 at 10am
blue tees work best for the more accomplished golfer just wish the occasional hacker would realize that fact - nice variety of holes- water features on a few holes help separate the hackers and duffers- good practice facilities- and a pleasant helpful staff- you need a caddie- you need to play something other than a muni !
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