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Arbor Pointe

Average Rating 2.5 of 5
# of Reviews 2
Green Fees N/A

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Additional Info:
    Facility Type
    Daily Fee Facility
    Fax
    Garrett D. Gill
    Latitude
    44.819249
    Longitude
    -93.039958
    Resort
    (651) 306-1401
    Address
    8919 Cahill Ave
    City/County
    Inver Grove Heights
    State/Territory/Province
    MN
    Zip/Postal Code
    55076-5147
    Phone
    (651) 451-9678
       


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    Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

    Review Date
    August 15, 2005

    Overall Rating
     4 of 5

    Value Rating
     5 of 5

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    5.00 of 5, 3.00 votes

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    Reviewed by: snipy3, Shoots in the 80s

    Summary:
    The other person who reviewed Arbor Pointe Golf Course did not look at the good things about it, and as such he rated it very inaccurately. Arbor Pointe is a decent 9-hole course, and a great value.

    First off, the course is rather short. There are no par 5s. Five holes are par 3s and the other four are par 4s. But I think this is done for a very good reason. It accomadates well to players of all skill levels; something most courses fail to do.

    The cost of a round is typically $13. While this is a great deal, it gets even better on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings as they have a dice game set up to determine how much money you pay. They also include bonuses into the mix, such as free rounds of golf or unlimited golf until 3pm. To me, that's really good value.

    The course is usually in great shape, with the exception of the greens. The greens are the worst part of the course. They often have spots where there is no grass or (the one I run into the most) ball marks and other marks that interfere with your putts.

    Overall, a very challenging course for what it is. If you're a serious golfer, you might avoid this course. If you don't mind small issues like no par 5s and the somewhat poor greens, this course is a great value and worth playing if you're in the area.

    Customer Service:
    Very good, with the exception of one girl working there who is of the smart-alec type and is rather rude.

    Similar Courses Played:
    They've got a decent putting green and (albeit expensive) a pop machine as you walk to the 6th tee.


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    Review Date
    February 26, 2005

    Overall Rating
     1 of 5

    Value Rating
     1 of 5

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    Reviewed by: maestro, Shoots in the 100s

    Summary:
    Weak, very weak. Worst course I have ever played. The greens have arriation holes which make the ball swerve inches to the side. The course was designed by a local home builder and it shows. The course has a major road between the 6th and 7th holes, very relaxing day at the links, ha ha. Instead of using real shot placement you have to layup on every shot, I can only drive about 175 yrds.


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