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Rolling Hills Golf Course

In Tempe, Rolling Hills and Ken McDonald golf courses offer casual, playable rounds

If you're looking for a good time and hoping for a good score out on the golf course, head to Tempe and play either Rolling Hills Golf Course or Ken McDonald Golf Course. Both are ideal for golfers who prefer tennis shoes to soft spikes, card more double bogeys than birdies, and would never spend $200 on a round of golf. Neither will ever show up on any top-10 lists, but if you want to get some exercise and leave with some money in the wallet, they're a great bargain.
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The Legacy Golf Resort

Solid play: Fun Legacy Golf Resort in Phoenix boasts immaculate conditioning, affordable green fees

The Legacy Golf Resort in Phoenix doesn't overwhelm golfers with its beauty; nor is it one of the most challenging courses golfers will find in the Valley. But what it does it does very well: It's an enjoyable 18 holes that's always in immaculate condition and doesn't cost a fortune. In other words, it's the perfect place to play if the local muni is too easy and courses such as Troon North are too difficult or expensive.
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Papago Golf Course - hole 9

Papago Golf Course: A Phoenix mainstay for residents and tourists alike

Owned by the City of Phoenix, the Papago Golf Course has a reputation as one of the best municipal courses in Arizona. That reputation is backed by more than 50 reviews on With nearly 90 percent of the reviewers on saying they would recommend the course, Papago continues to be a Phoenix-area favorite.
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