Adobe Dam Family Golf Center, a golf facility in Phoenix offers golf opportunities for the beginning golfer as well as the scratch handicappers.
It is not uncommon to see 3 year olds to 83 year olds and everyone in between playing or practicing their golf games. The best part is that unlike other golf courses it doesn't have to take a lot of time or money to enjoy the game of a lifetime! This facility is conveniently located very near both the I-17 and the Loop 101 freeways.
It is just 2 minutes west of I-17 located on the south side of Pinnacle Peak<0>Road on 39th Drive in northwest Phoenix. The 9-hole par 31 golf course is 1750 yards and consists of 1 par five, 2 par fours and 6 par threes. Unlike typical executive length golf courses this hole length variety allows<0>players to use most if not all the clubs in their bag.
The course features very small old style architecture greens which makes the course a challenge for even the expert golfer.Though the course caters to beginners, families, seniors and beginning golfers due to its length , it is also great practice for the short game to experienced players as well.
There are discounts a plenty including junior fees, senior discounts and twilight golf among them. The driving range is great for all ! All grass hitting surfaces, a must for any serious golfer as well as shot game practice areas make this a fantastic practice facility. Because the range is so spacious you don't feel crowded as well.
Buckets from 45 balls to 230 balls are available at very affordable prices. The Driving Range is lighted in Spring and Summer months for cooler convenience. Discounted range ball specials are available in the Golf Shop. PGA Professional instruction is available at Adobe Dam Family Golf Center. Individual, Junior, Couple and Group lessons are given on site. The facility also is one of a select few that has the much lauded SwingPerfection machine.
This fantastic device is helping golfers who use the system in regards to flexibility ,swing plane or path, muscle memory, etc. Pete Julsrud , lead instructor has taught thousands of individuals from novice beginner to the lowest of handicappers.
Adobe Dam Family Golf Center has added FootGolf to its facility. Have you heard of this game? Do you like Soccer? This new sport has taken California by storm and is fast becoming popular in the Valley of the Sun. Scored and played like golf but kicking a soccer ball into a gigantic cup!
You may want to see what all the fun is about! The 9-hole par 34 layout is inside<0>the footprint of the golf course so golfers and footgolfers play their respective games no different than that of groups of golfers.