Palm Aire Palms Reviews
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3/26/2012 - Nice starter course for a week of golf. Greens need work - rough and bumpy. Decent layout. OK for the price Posted by (St. John'S, NL CANADA)
2/26/2012 - We were able to get off early to avoid the tournament held there later in the day. Course was so-so, fairways were good for time of year and greens were a little roughed up. Posted by Rick (St. John'S, NL CANADA)
2/9/2012 - Greens showed a little wear, but otherwise the course was in good shape, and we had a blast. Posted by Jim (Albany, NY)
10/20/2011 - Certainly the best of all tree Palm Aire Posted by Sylvain (Repentigny, QC CANADA)
4/14/2011 - Well run and friendly staff. We enjoyed playing the course and went back a few days later to play the Oaks Course. Both course are relatively short for ladies so you were allowed to play off whatever tees you wanted. Posted by Ann (Basingstoke, UK)
2/19/2011 - A good starter course for our trip. The course was in reasonable condition with fast greens. The price was right. Posted by Zahed (Richmond Hill, ON CANADA)
2/26/2009 - Palms was fair. Cypress was excellent. Posted by Mitchell (New City, NY)
3/27/2008 - Adequate, but not the best of our trip; out of 1-10, about a 4-5. Posted by Hal (Westford, MA).
2/1/2008 - Not too bad a course. It is more affordable if you do the repaly. We play it every year. Posted by Joe (Lauderdale by the Sea, FL).
This club has five outstanding courses. The Palms Course has undulating and well-bunkered greens. There are lateral water hazards which will come into play on many holes. The Pines Course is an excellent design for the long ball hitters, but beware of the large fairway bunkers. The Sabals Course is an executive course which is also well bunkered. This is a great course to improve your short game. It consists of fourteen par 3's and four par 4's. The Oaks Course has water coming into play on ten holes. The greens are large, and there are many dogleg fairways. The Cypress Course has large, undulating greens and several dogleg fairways. Water hazards come into play on eleven holes, plus numerous sand bunkers have been incorporated into the course design. One of the most difficult holes on the Cypress Course is #18,a 430-yard, par 4, with out-of-bounds stakes on both the left and right sides of the fairway, and requiring an approach shot to an elevated green. There is an aquatic driving range available that uses floating balls.