Monday, February 23, 2009

View Point Golf Course and Club House Grill, Mesa, Arizona

Champions Grill
If you are staying in the View Point resort or are a resident, then you are eligible to receive a 20% discount at the Champions Grill. The grill is located in the clubhouse of the View Point Golf Course. The building and grill are new, clean and very nicely decorated. The grill has indoor seating where one can sit at the bar or at the many tables and watch your favorite sporting events on the numerous televisions. There is also patio seating with nice views of the golf course that has a cover to provide shade on those really hot days. The menu has what you would expect from a grill styled restaurant; appetizers, sandwiches and a few entries. We decided to sit outside to enjoy the calming view of the golf course. Suzanne ordered the plain hamburger and Brad the patty melt. The hamburger was a good size sandwich that came with a good portion of french fries. The quality of her sandwich was average. The patty melt that Brad ordered was on the greasy side with the accompanying coleslaw and draught beer being the only saving grace to his meal. In addition, the service that we received was below average. Maybe it was due to the fact that we were there in the middle of the day so lunch wasn’t the focus and it was too early for dinner. Overall, this is an okay place to go after a round golf or if you are using your resort discount, but I wouldn’t go otherwise.

ViewPoint Golf Course
The View Point Golf Course is located inside the View Point RV Resort. It is an "18-hole Championship Course” that is open to the public. Greens fees start at $38 and they offer the ability to book your own tee times online. The course itself has mostly tree lined fairways and is green throughout, unlike other desert style courses where only the tee and greens are kept green. This course also offers scenic views of the Superstition Mountain and other nearby peaks. View Point Golf Course is a good all round course for the beginner and more experienced player.

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