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1313 E 800 N Orem, UT 84097
1313 E 800 NUSUTOrem84097
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Jenna Wood
reviewed a year ago
Cascade Golf Center donated not only their reception facility, but all mini golf and driving range to the We Dig Doug Fundraiser for Doug Kotter who has recently been diagnosed with Stage 4 Ewing Sarcoma. Cascade a good community citizen and we appreciate them donating their facility for this event.
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Bryan Phelps
reviewed 6 years ago
Not to downplay the mini golf but there is an actual golf course at Cascade. It's a pretty short course. The front 9 is fun, might use your drive a couple times. The back 9 is a recent addition and is really short - no driver needed. It is challenging though if you can't hit the ball straight. Not the most intense course in the area but its fun on occassion.
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
This review is on the practice facility not the course. I usually hit balls at east bay but they had snow so I came over here. A medium bucket is almost $7.50 I think. It surprised me but I still paid since it was the only place open. Started laughing when I saw the buckets. Mediums here are smaller than most places and it looks like the balls are all 15 years old. At least half of the balls in my bucket were cracked. The hitting area is not level! Its downhill. The mats are insanely old and very crappy. The hitting area sets you up to aim one way while the range goes another. Basically I feel completely ripped off. So I would not recommend going here for practice. I'm from California and Ive noticed that the golf skill is higher there. I guess rather than giving Utah the long off- season excuse I should use the crappy practice facilities one instead.
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Peter Caramella
reviewed a year ago
This course is a victim of topography. When the land is not flat enough for a golf course, you get Cascade. I just don't enjoy a hole where I have to drop three clubs because the green is so far below me. On top of that, the yardages provided are suspect. When my 4 iron flies over the green at maximum cruising altitude, a plate reading 180 yards to the center seems to be mistaken. Under no circumstances should you hit balls at the range. The mats are threadbare, and the balls are so waterlogged that you might as well throw them.
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Matthew Cronkhite
reviewed 11 months ago
The back nine is my favourite course that I've played yet!
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
Understaffed, unfriendly management. The course is relatively small and compact. If you have never been, it is a fun change of scenery for a cheap course . However, overall I would definitely not recommend it.


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