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Windmill Hill Golf Course
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35 Schoolhouse Rd Warren, RI 02885
35 Schoolhouse RdUSRIWarren02885
(401) 245-1463windmillgolfri.com
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Dante Waters
reviewed 3 weeks ago
This golf course did not honor my Fathers Day reservation for four, though it was confirmed by phone the day prior, and completely ruined our gift to our Dad. We drove 40 minutes out of town to try out the course for the first time as my husband works in the field and enjoys finding new courses to frequent. Nonetheless, we were appalled to discover that this in fact is a horrible course to do business with. We will never go back and I am embarrassed to have recommended this course as a gift to someone I care for. The woman working the bar ignored us when we walked in for no less than 10 minutes as we stood in front of her- while she calmly fingered kitchen orders receipts- before acknowledging that she was also working the office, and coincidentally happened to be part-owner too. She took one look at my gift voucher and turned us away, blaming a tournament that we were never informed of over the phone at the time of booking and which was not indicated anywhere on their entryway signage which indicated (as we pulled into the supposedly closed course) that the course was open to business- apparently to all but us. When I called back to request the information of the woman with whom we'd all spoke in order to file a formal complaint with the BBB for poor business practice, she refused, called me ignorant and suggested that we didn't know enough about golf to be there in the first place! I told her that I would subsequently be forced to include the latter- as further evidence of their lacking professional etiquette- when contacting the BBB. Their lack of professionalism and blatant snub of paying customers was an unwelcome encounter on what should have been family-oriented holiday.
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Jacob Kim
reviewed 4 years ago
A couple of holes require you to hit over hazards (3rd is about 200+ over a marsh) making this a nicely challenging course. Course has always been in good condition when I play.
A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
The people at this course are ridiculously rude. Ive been a few times and both times it was a very unpleasant experience. The woman behind the bar is especially rude. Shes the type of person that ALWAYS wakes up on the wrong side of the bed. Honestly, they make you feel as if you are going to a private club and you aren't invited. Anyways, there are way better par 3s not to far away.
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Emlyn A
reviewed 4 years ago
As Par 3 courses go this is one of the best in the area. I've also played the Par 3 at Mulligan's Island as well as Swansea CC, which is also challenging, but Windmill is bigger, more open, less claustrophobic and a little more convenient. Yes, one of the women who tends the bar can be a bit aloof (so can the manager, actually) but I've been playing this course with my friends for around 4-5 years and it has never interfered with our enjoyment of it. My only complaint is that it's pricey: $16 in peak season, yet they sometimes fail to enforce common-sense policies like group maximums of 4 people (we've seen 6, which backs up the whole course horribly). And as regulars I'd like to see the manager offer a discount when the weather is really bad and nobody shows up to play but us; why still charge full price?? Weekday afternoons/evenings get extremely backed up with league groups, but otherwise after 6pm is a good tee time.
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
The best Par 3 in the area. I've learned to take all my clubs, as the prevailing winds can make a few holes play quite long. They've lowered the rate to $14, and the all day rate of $21 is a great deal. Conditions are often that of a private course. The restaurant serves great meals, and you can play a game of keno while enjoying your post game cocktail. Can't wait to go back.
A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
Unfriendly place. Bad attitudes and just very unwelcoming. Stay away unless you really cant find somewhere better. These people need to learn some basic customer service skills (bar woman mostly).