Palm Aire Cypress Review: Needs improvement but can be challenging.
Palm Aire Country Club is well known throughout the South Florida area. If you have lived in the Broward or Boca area you are definitely familiar with the Palm Aire Country Club. They have 3 different 18 hole courses located on their property in the Pompano/Fort Lauderdale area that include the Oaks, Palms, and Cypress course.
Today we will be reviewing the Cypress Course and all it has to offer.
I’ve played at Palm aire countless times, and the condition of the course can change depending on the time of the year. I like to play this course during the summer because there are less golfers crowding up the course.
Yardage: Up to 6,900+ yards from the back tees.
Driving Range: They do have a driving range with distance markers in a canal.
Restaurant: Good food with full service bar.
How is it playing at the Palms Course?
I would consider this golf course a budget course because it isn’t in the greatest shape. The fairways can be a little firm at times, and there can be multiple divots left on the greens. The tee boxes are a little inconsistent with some uneven areas but they also have some solid tee boxes with good grass and even ground.
Palm Aire Palms is a tough golf course due to the amount of trees. You must be very accurate to stay away from course objects and out of bounds.
Many times you may have to hit around a tree off the tee box.
Is the food good?
The food from the restaurant is actually pretty good. I’m not a big fan of the sandwiches from the food cart, but the hot food options in their restaurant have good quality options. (I like the wings).
Is there GPS in the carts?
No gps at this time. You will have to pull up a golf gps app to find your distance.
Are there markers on the course?
Yes there are markers measuring 250 yards, 200 yards, 150 yards, and 100 yards.
How are the practice facilities?
The practice greens are pretty good but don’t compare to the real greens. The driving range is a water range with markers in the water up to 300 yards out.
Overall Opinion of Palm Aire Cypress
I think this is a great course to play if you get a good deal online. I wouldn’t spend more than $30 to play this course given its condition. It is a great place to play if you want to get drunk and drink beer with your friends, but if you are in for a true South Florida golf experience, I would look elsewhere.