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1313 E 800 N Orem, UT 84097
1313 East 800 NorthUSUtahOrem84097
(801) 225-6677
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"Under no circumstances should you hit balls at the range."
"The back nine is my favourite course that I've played yet!"
"The front 9 is fun, might use your drive a couple times."
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Jenna Wood
2 years 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
7 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
3 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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A Google User
3 years ago
This course sucks. I read the previous reviews and decided I'd give it a shot. Waste of time! Granted I did only play the front nine. It seemed like 5 of the nine holes were uphill, and the pin placement was in the back of sloped greens. The grass was untamed and sand traps were clay. It is a cheap course. Not only did the course suck, but their practice green was thin and the holes were crooked. The range as well was lacking as it was matts only. And half of them were missing the rubber tee. I am surprised that it has gotten such good reviews. Avoid playing here if at all possible.
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Peter Caramella
2 years 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
2 years ago
The back nine is my favourite course that I've played yet!
A Google User
3 years ago
I really enjoy playing at Cascade whenever there are only a few golfers playing. Most of the people who play there are beginners. They don't understand the basic rules of courtesy They don't let you play through. If you ask you'd better be prepared for a fist fight. The clientele is basically uneducated, uncouth, super high-handicap golfers. The greens are littered with empty sunflower seed shells, nasty divots, candy wrappers, plastic bottles and sometimes even empty beer bottles. On many occasions I've seen golfers drive their carts onto the greens. Most of the greens look like they are in a disease state -- maybe fungus or mange. The disease causes bald spots that make it difficult to putt straight-- to gauge your putts. Slow play is the norm. I've asked the marshall, whenever he's available (which is rare) to talk to the slow players. Because of their bad temperament, the marshall is afraid to ask the players to speed it up or let us play through. It is obvious by playing on the course and by the course's poor upkeep, that the course owners are financially stressed The greens are beat up, full of divots and divot scars, littered with sunflower seeds and cigarette butts, hard as clay, and more suited to a miniature golf course than a real golf course. Most of the traps are as hard as clay and oftentimes filled with water -- almost swamp-like. On most half-way decent courses the Cascade traps would be hazards. The carts are unkempt with torn upholstery tied together with duct tape. The electric carts often lose power. The folks behind the desk in the pro shop are volunteers. Most of them are very nice and accommodating. They'll always try to work you in for a tee time. The practice green is pretty beat up. -- full of divot scars, lumps, bumps, cigarette butts, and sunflower seeds. The driving range only has mats. Most of the mats are damaged/broken and most are without the rubber tees. Otherwise, the course is close to home, inexpensive to play, and on most days you can just walk on without a tee time. Just be prepared to run into some pretty bad golfers who play slow and don't know or don't follow the most basic rules of player decorum and courtesy.
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A Google User
3 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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