Rolling Hills Golf Course in Tempe, Arizona offers golfers just under 4,000 yards of golf for a low-stress, high-value, fun and (relatively) fast golf experience. The municipal par-62 executive course includes eight par-4s and 10 par-3s and measures 3,828 yards from the tips, 3,441 from the middle tees, and 3,296 from the forward tees. Rolling Hills is an incredible golf value. Loyalty members pay just $13 to walk 18 holes on weekday afternoons, and even a weekend morning round with a cart only costs $35. A LoyalTee Card costs just $29 per year for Tempe residents, or $59 for non-residents, which can pay for itself in no time. As with most executive courses, Rolling Hills is welcoming to beginning golfers given the short length and exceptional value. While that’s great for growing the game, it’s not always the best for pace of play, which can be hit or miss at Rolling Hills. If you catch the right wave you can breeze through the course in no time. However, if you find yourself behind a group that is constantly searching for balls or trying to learn their swing on the course, you could experience a longer than expected round. Recent renovations to Rolling Hills include an efficient, water-friendly sprinkler system, and the addition of a lake that serves as an obstacle and houses the course’s pump station. The course is open 364 days a year, every day except Christmas. In addition to 18 holes of golf, you can sharpen your skills at the driving range, short game practice area, and putting green. Golf instruction is available from a PGA Professional, along with a pro shop and grill. The course rating is 58.9 and it has a slope rating of 93. Scott Little, PGA manages the course as the General Manager.