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chevelle
Walking El Prado Chino Creek

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Thursday November 1, 2018 1:10 PM
What is your feeling on walking El prado chino creek? I walk butterfield, goose creek, mile square classic and players, Paradise knowls. Thanks in advance
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hermgolfs
RE: Walking El Prado Chino Creek

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    September 24, 2014


Favorite Golfer:
    Jack, Jordan Spieth
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Thursday November 1, 2018 9:34 PM
If you’ve ridden the course, then you know the distances from greens to tees, as well as the elevation changes. I find it a pleasure to walk, so long as the course (or my game) don’t present too many challenges. I think it’s an easier walk than Los Serranos North, but it’s a harder walk than Butterfield Stage.
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chevelle
RE: Walking El Prado Chino Creek

GK Event: Played in a GK Event

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Favorite Golfer:
    Fred Couples
Favorite Golf Course:
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Friday November 2, 2018 4:38 AM
Thanks for your input we always ride this course but was looking for a few more to walk
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chevelle
RE: Walking El Prado Chino Creek

GK Event: Played in a GK Event

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    September 2, 2008


Favorite Golfer:
    Fred Couples
Favorite Golf Course:
    Goose Creek


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Saturday November 3, 2018 11:04 AM
How does it compare to walking green river?
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hermgolfs
RE: Walking El Prado Chino Creek

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    September 24, 2014


Favorite Golfer:
    Jack, Jordan Spieth
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    El Prado, either course


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Sunday November 4, 2018 6:45 AM
Except for the steep descent to the first fairway, the long trek from the 12th green to the 13th tee, then the climb up to the 13th green and the steep descent to the 14th fairway, Green River is essentially flat. Then there is the long walk back from the 18th green. However, I would consider Green River a slightly easier walk. When I have felt particularly ambitious during summer, I have walked both courses at El Prado in the same day.
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Hollis
RE: Walking El Prado Chino Creek
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Sunday November 4, 2018 7:36 PM
I've walked this course several times, come to think of it, I've never r played either Chino Creek or Butterfield riding a cart. That just dawned on me as I was typing this, lol. Neither stand out in memory as a difficult trek, I'd always prefer to walk both courses than ride, especially when busy on the weekend.
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chevelle
RE: Walking El Prado Chino Creek

GK Event: Played in a GK Event

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Favorite Golfer:
    Fred Couples
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    Goose Creek


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Saturday November 10, 2018 7:46 AM
So I decided to walk this course yesterday in the santa ana winds, the course is an enjoyable walk, the winds were so bad that I had to place the brake on my push cart because the wind kept pushing it. Over all I would walk this course anytime. BTW I am 66 lol
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a_gorilla
RE: Walking El Prado Chino Creek
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Tuesday November 13, 2018 11:46 AM
Sorry to hi-jack as well: how does walking Dos Lagos compare with the courses in this thread? I've also walked both Prado courses, Los Serranos South, Green River, Costa Mesa, Mile Square, Oak Creek, Goose Creek.
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weber
RE: Walking El Prado Chino Creek
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Tuesday November 13, 2018 12:29 PM
Dos Lagos is a wonderful walk UNTIL you reach #14. However once you complete the downhill par 3 # 17, which is a really fun little hole, #18 is super easy. I used to walk Dos Lagos all the time, but the price for seniors is so attractive, and since I walk all the time, I usually take the cart there now.
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