|Address:||6801 E 91st St, Indianapolis, IN 46250, USA|
|Working:||7:30AM–9PM 7:30AM–9PM 7:30AM–9PM 7:30AM–9PM 7:30AM–9PM 7:30AM–9PM 7:30AM–9PM|
So I played at this course for 3 years when I was stationed there. I enjoyed my time there every time and never had a problem with the staff here. I see everyone is upset about this Pokemon go and being allowed or not allowed on the course and how his is a public park area. So here is my thoughts first and foremost you dont want to be on a course when people are playing and any of you ever been hit by a golf ball? No I think not if you have u would not be complaining about weather or not your kids or you should be allowed to play there. Second I am willing to bet that lets say they didnt do anything or worry about policing there ground and one of your kids gets hit by a golf ball you would be the same people probably trying to sue them for not protecting their kids on your "property" and they got hurt. You talk about business around the area excepting a fad for helping their business they attempted it but just like the rest of this entitled society you all found a way to still complain because they were charging something for it because like you all said they are a business but instead you all lined up with your hand out for something free then you talk about how it is unfair to charge kids to young to have a job to pay for it? So you have the $400 to,pay for the iPhone they are using to play the game but not $20 for there game? How about you all respect other peoples preference a personal space? If you owned 300 acres that was your farmland and livelihood would you,let people walk all over your crops and take money out of your pocket and food off your families tables? No you wouldnt. Lastly all the posts I have read is about at night time why are you even talking them out at night if they are so young they cant have a job shouldnt they be at home doing homework or getting ready for bed? I know the management mo and the cooperiders and I dont write this just to defend them but because I am tired of a entitled society who cries when they cant get what they want. Sahm keep doing what you are doing and hopefully I can come back soon for a round
I have played golf at Sahm for almost 10 years and I love it. I love the people that work there and the people that play there. I do not like, however, all the pokemon players bashing a GOLF COURSE for not allowing them to walk around on their property. How self centered can you be to get mad and call the news station to report rude behavior when you are the ones trespassing. Not one of you thought to ask for permission to come on their course. Instead you do whatever you feel YOU should be allowed to. And I not talking about just kids either. Grown adults blatantly driving by signs that tell them they are not allowed to come on the course, drop their kids off and let them wonder. This is a business first and there are REAL people that run the place, with REAL lives affected by the comments people have been posting online. They did everything they could to try and work with the pokemon fans creating a night for them to come walk all over the course and collect fake prizes. But because of several cowards that hide behind their computers bashing the people that work there because they dont understand the liability a business takes on when they allow non paying customers on their property, they now have cancelled the event. You pokemon players have only yourselves to blame. Sahm did not ask for pokemon to be on their course but its there. Its up to you all to figure out how to get what you want with being disrespectful. Youre not customers so dont shout out poor customer service. Ive always said, "you want good customer service, be a good customer". That goes for any business, not just Sahm. So pokemon players, work on becoming a customer first, then you can complain about poor customer service. You dont like that they responded in a negative way on Facebook? Grow up! People get stern talks all the time. Everyone of us has a breaking point and you all found theirs. So if you are and actual GOLFER enjoy the well kept course. If youre not? Well your opinion doesnt really matter anyway.
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Over the Labor day weekend a friend and I played for the first time at this course. Both of us are ex-marines and have been playing golf for years. I have never had such a HORRIBLE experience at a golf course in my life. I called and setup a tee time (11:00), got there 15 minutes early and still had to wait 30 minutes before teeing off. Went into the club house for a quick break on the 6th hole and had horrible CUSTOMER SERVICE when trying to purchase some items (no one was there at the register for 15 min). Then, the person was very short with me, didnt answer my questions, and you could tell that I was bothering him by taking up his time. We finished the 9th hole and decided to quit because of the traffic on the course (took us 4 hrs to play 9 holes with carts). Him and I went into the club house to get a rain check for another time. Waited 20 minutes until someone came to the register (and I know the person saw us walk in from the outside). Then accused us of drinking on their course. They had the audacity of physically removing our small 6 can cooler from the golf cart into the club house and going through it. When in all reality neither of us drink and we picked up the 1 beer can from the cart prior to us starting the course. The manager angerly stated very rudely "dont ever drink on our course that is what are liquer liscense is for." If he would have calmly stated his concerns we could have explained that the 1 can of beer was not ours. Instead we let it pass. MY FRIEND HAD $25.00 AND SOME CHANGE IN THE COOLER THAT THEY HAD BROUGHT IN THAT WAS MISSING. (Obviously, while they looked through the cooler they took the money). We got our raincheck and left without saying a word. We have learned that actions are louder than words. So, hopefully this review will help save others from making the same mistake as we did-GOING TO SAHM GOLF COURSE!!!! Ironwood golf course right up the road is the same to play without the hassles and unprofessionalism.
I came to the driving range at 4PM today and I had the unfortunate pleasure to be scolded publicly for my terrible slice. I am not a golfer, and I make no excuses for it. My swing was strong but cut heavily at times to the right, either hitting the fence or on one occasion made a ball through the fence. The attendant, mid 60s white male, came out, watched a few swings and then proceeded to lecture me on my swing as if I were intentionally trying to land balls on the adjacent fairway. Instead of quietly pulling me to the side and showing me the posted rules and having a polite word with me he found it much more appropriate to just stand 10 ft away from me and tell me that I could be asked to leave if I keep hitting balls that way. I made it clear that I am no golfer, that Im simply out here practicing but he offered no apologies, no quick tips to correct my swing, only a threat of expulsion. My explanation doesnt do the situation any justice, but it wasnt until a random gentleman at the driving position next to me approached me after the fact to state his displeasure at the way the manager handled the situation that it dawned on me how rude this employee was. He proceeded to, at his own volition, to give me much appreciated tips and was all around a class act. Thank you Dan! Great guy, probably a regular. The range itself had a short distance to the barrier on the right side, short enough for a novice like me to consistently hit it. Driving positions were ok, flimsy astro turf. My biggest issue is with the customer service. This should be a safe place to better my swing, a place were I should never feel shamed for my inexperience, a place were maybe the attendant could maybe even help me out, but instead I was singled out, as if no one else was hitting the barrier, and publicly scolded. Next time, address any offenders privately, and walk them over to the posted rules and make it clear that it wasnt personal.