Centennial Golf Course  

Nampa, ID – 7/3/18

Clubhouse: A-   

Large size clubhouse with good selection of equipment, and apparel. Pro Shop closed on weekday twilight rounds; after 4pm.

Bar: B+   

Few regional & local beer options.  Variety of food options available. great club house patio for the 19th hole (you can always make birdie on 19!

Amenities: C+   

Permanent bathrooms located midway through each nine holes. Needs maintenance, but availability is a plus if beverages are flowing during your round.

Price: $$   

Her reasonable pricing for public city course.  Played twilight with cart for $31. (Was able to squeeze 27 in before sunset) weekend rounds slightly higher price.

Practice facilities: B+   

Large driving range between holes 1 and 10. Large putting green next to clubhouse. Chipping green available, great for an evening of practice!

Staff friendliness: B   

The staff was friendly, personable, and knowledgeable.

Carts (if riding): B   

Normal carts, no GPS or extras. Good shape and clean.

Tee boxes: B-   

Average tee boxes.  Mostly flat and in decent condition. 1 hole has tee boxes being re-sodded. Played from temporary tees in front of boxes. All had yardage clearly marked.

Bunkers: B   

Sand was raked and consistent throughout entire course.  Luckily, played well enough to only play out of one Bunker! Rakes were available at all bunkers.

Fairways: A   

Fairways are in good condition overall, a few fairways are lined with desert type land. (which I was fortunate to get decent lies in) Multiple fairways were cut narrow, making it more challenging to hit, but that’s golf!

Greens: B+   

Greens were well kept, soft and medium speed on this course. Plenty of undulation on all greens. Greens had plenty of ball marks to be repaired (given we played a late-afternoon round, reminder to all of us golfer to repair your divots)

Difficulty: 6.5   

Centennial is a fairly easy, great for all skill levels of golfers. Few challenging shots, course knowledge is helpful on a few blind tees and dog legs. (Photo attached is Par 5 – #8 Blind tee shot) Plays fairly short in yardage.

Ambiance: B-   

Located in Nampa, ID easily accessible from interstate, plays with a few holes changing elevation, great views from tee boxes 9, 11, 12, and 18.  Look out for the wild life, plenty of rock chucks to look at, as well and 1 lonely coyote running around during our round.

Overall Experience: B          

Great course, reasonably priced, challenging for many golfers yet favorable for beginners. Will be playing again this Summer! ( Helps I shot my low round of the year on this outing!)

http://www.centennialgolf.net/m/