Grand Palms Golf & Country Club Reviews
|Below you will find comments and opinions by travelers just like you.|
2/22/2013 - Very nice course, 3 separate 9 hole courses. Would absolutely play again. Posted by John (Naugatuck, CT)
3/16/2012 - Nice golf course. Posted by Connie (DK-2740 Skovlunde, DENMARK)
2/9/2012 - Best course we played. Everything was excellent and the experience will linger for a long time. Posted by Jim (Albany, NY)
3/31/2011 - Enjoyed all three 9's. Great condition and good facilities. Posted by Jim (Flemington, NJ)
3/18/2011 - Nice course, excellant GPS system in cart. Posted by Mark (Milford, CT)
2/4/2011 - The course has plenty of water that is in play. We played when the wind was at 15/20 mph. The course was in fair to good condition. Posted by Herb (Cranston, RI)
3/4/2010 - A nice course to play on your getaway day. We stay at Grand Palms so it's very convenient. A nice layout and is always in good shape. Posted by Joe (Baltimore, MD)
2/8/2010 - Absolutely the nicest people, and although the course isn't a perfect place (greens were pretty good), the people made it a wonderful time. Posted by Issy (Flagler Beach, FL)
11/26/2009 - Nice staff, so-so course. Posted by Bruce (Toronto, Canada)
11/19/2009 - The round at Doral Blue Monster was almost 5.5 hrs and we barely finished because of darkness. The rest of the courses were fine. Posted by John (Bloomfield, NJ)
3/14/2009 - They have 3 sets of 9 and we played 36 holes so we happily repeated one set of 9. In better condition than Bonaventure East. Posted by Samuel (Manlius, NY)
2/23/2009 - Absolutely beautiful course. Well manicured and maintained. Play was a little slow and tee time was late, but all in all great course. Hamburgers at the turn stunk, but the beer was cold. Would love to play again, I'll bring my own lunch. Posted by John (Naugatuck, CT)
1/22/2009 - Three nine hole course. It was a nice experience. Friendly staff. The starter was great on getting me out for 36 holes. The course at times, was too much like South Florida courses.....houses/ob left, water right. While I don't mind that for a few holes...the double trouble stuff got a bit old. However, I would go back. I think you certainly could do much worse than what you get at this facility. Posted by Bill (Itasca, IL).
1/22/2009 - Excellent greens, decent course(s). Built among developments, so less scenic and more tight. Not bad at all, just not at the top my my return-to list. Posted by Jeff (Dover, DE).
1/22/2009 - Top notch course, great conditions, played in 3.5 hours. Posted by Sam (Bordentown, NJ).
5/1/2008 - This was class and a very nice track. Posted by Garry (Garland, TX).
3/15/2008 - The course was above average and very adequate for our group. The staff was pleasant and easy to get along with. Posted by Henry (Lewiston, NY).
3/6/2008 - Good course, we had fun. Posted by Brett (Warrington, PA).
This club has three nine hole courses that are played in three eighteen hole combinations. Each of these nine hole courses has water coming into play on almost every hole. All the courses are placement courses, so shot accuracy is at a premium here. The most recently built course, the Sabal Course, has young trees that still need to mature. The Royal Course is considered the most difficult course. The green fees listed are for eighteen holes.