Airport Greens Golf Club - golf courses

Airport Greens Golf Club - Golf courses, Wickliffe, OH

User Reviews (3)

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Stornin Norman   Shoots in the 90s [May 04, 2012]

I’ve played there many times since it’s fairly close to my home. I like the layout because it’s relativity open and not all that long, which suits my wife’s game. I haven’t had any problems getting on the course and can play nine holes when I’m alone in less than two hours most of the time. The staff is friendly and helpful. They do have a snack bar, but the menu is limited to hot dogs or burgers, and only had self-serve bottled drinks and bags of chips the last time we played

The main issue I have is with the greens. They don’t seem to be maintained at all, and nowhere near what I’ve experienced on other courses in the area I’ve played. Most greens have many bare spots and damaged areas making lining up a putt a crap shoot. The flag sticks either leaning or have fallen over on many holes and are in need replacement. I always carry a wet towel, which is necessary since many holes don’t have working ball washers. The last time I played with my wife she was upset that there were no portable restrooms anywhere on the course. It seem like there’s a lack of attention to details.

Customer Service

Again, the staff was friendly

Similar Products Used: Briardale, Pine Ridge
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Ricco   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 13, 2007]

This course sucks balls

Customer Service

Customer service sucks balls

Similar Products Used: There is no existing course that is as shi ty as airport greens
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DGDanforth   Shoots in the 90s [Mar 15, 2005]

Pleasant easy course. Convenient location to Richmond Heights and Willoughby Hills.

Customer Service

Service is ok. The "club house" at the driving range is always manned by pleasant people. Golf carts are available.

Similar Products Used: There is a limited drinks and sandwich counter.
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dave cattani   Shoot in the 90s [Jun 29, 2000]

gets a little overused during league play, but it's short and well watered. The planes overhead can be very distracting. As low as 300 ft on some parts of the course. There are a few rolling hills, but it's mostly old pasture. The back nine has some nicer holes, with some actual trees. Front nine is barren but hilly. The tee boxes are small, since the real estate is tight. Overpriced for what you get. Has a driving range.

Similar Products Used: None
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3
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