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Rode the Coyote tees (6510/72.1/134) in 4H, 20M early morning using Forelinx. Played as a single sandwiched between multiple 4somes on each side. Provided the opportunity to hit lots of practice shots with new irons. The weather was nice, 70's, clear and fairly calm.

Tight, tough layout up/down rolling hills with numerous forced carries. Like the layout overall. Would be a beast to walk with the hills and the distance between many holes. Because of the tightness and many holes playing downhill, I hit long irons off the tee on about half the par 4's with good results.

Tees were the weakest area. Numerous looked like they were recently reseeded and were furry.

Fairways played nice, good coverage but not lush. 90% were firm with plenty of roll, 10% were squishy from an abundance of morning watering.

Rough more hit and miss. Good coverage, could be 1" or 3+" within a relatively small area.

Traps well maintained with good quality sand. Firm, which was nice on full fairway shots, not as much greenside.

Greens rolled great. Softest greens I have played in awhile, huge ball marks and irons backing up was a consistent theme. Medium fast bordering on fast and smooth. The greens here are challenging, large and if you are on the wrong side, plenty of potentially nasty putts. One green (15?) was in poor condition with numerous areas they were trying to patch, but the other 17 were very good.

Busy driving range, friendly and courteous check-in/starter staff. Drink cart out and around several times and plenty of water stations on the course. Solid layout. Would not pay rack rate, but recommended if you get a deal.
7 Likes.
Rode the Blacks (6669/71.9/128) using Forelinx. Matched up with Steve, Stew and Alan, all nice seniors. POP was 4H, 15M playing in sunny, calm conditions in the low 90's.

The customer service was good as always here. Drink cart out making the rounds and adequate water stations on the course. No GPS on the basic carts or ports for electronics. No driving range, you have to go 1/2 mile down the street where the sister Santa Rosa course has a nice, all grass driving range.

The Bermuda tees were mostly lush and well maintained.

The Bermuda fairways are mostly lush and nice to play from.

The Bermuda rough is mostly lush. Even though low, it's thick and will cost you 20+ yards on longer shots. Great POP rough, tough to lose a ball.

The sand traps have excellent quality white sand and were well maintained. Some of the best traps around Palm Springs after they added the white marble sand!

The large Bermuda greens putted medium fast speed and are very firm.

Billy Casper design, mostly flat with few elevation changes. Numerous well spaced tees, it's a good test for players of all skill levels. Nice balance in play ability and difficulty with only a few forced carries on tee shots over lakes. Currently the course is 10 days from closing for fall over seeding. They are drying it out, playing very firm right now. Recommended, one of the better values in the Palm Springs area.
6 Likes.
Rode the Golds (6643/71.5/126) in a relaxed 4H, 15M using Forelinx. Paired with Jerry/Karen, nice couple to play with. The weather was 90ish, clear and calm. The course is in really solid fall condition considering it is almost time to close for winter over seeding.

The Bermuda tees were level and mostly lush. However, many could use more regular divot repair.

The Bermuda fairways are mowed close, lush and well maintained with few unfixed divots.

The Bermuda rough is lush and mowed low, so no lost ball challenges. Uniformly in the 2-3" range, the ball usually set up and was nice to play out of.

The sand traps have decent sand but are not maintained that well here. Mediocre. Too thin and need to be churned more regularly.

The Bermuda greens putted medium speed and were firm. Few ball marks, few holes with tiers here, these greens are easier than average to navigate.

The customer service is almost always excellent here. Good all grass driving range that is included in your fee. Drink cart out making the rounds early in the round and plenty of water stations on the course. GPS on the carts is a +. Fun course, nothing fancy or overly memorable, just a solid layout. Recommended.
8 Likes.
Rode the Whites on the Oaks/Stonehouse combo (6304/70.2/127) using Forelinx in slightly over 4H. Paired with Chris/Sue, nice couple and 140ver. Thanks for coming up Mike! The weather was around 80, clear and calm.

Fun course, the Oaks 9 is more wide open and less picturesque than the Stonehouse 9. The layout is constantly up/down rolling hills with fairly large, thick trees lining every fairway. Even though it is not far from major streets and the freeway, most holes feel secluded with no homes around and native areas ringing most of the course. Would be a challenging course to walk with the rolling hills.

The tees were good. Fairly level, adequate coverage with most divots properly maintained.

The fairways were fairly lush and nice to play off of.

The rough was decent with good coverage. A few areas were deep and lost ball rough, but most areas were not overly penal.

The sand was excellent. Nicely maintained with an adequate amount of good quality sand.

The greens were medium fast, firm but held approach shots well. However, chips would release and that needed to be accounted for. After playing on some of the slowest greens I have ever played on Friday, these seems like Augusta. Three putted 4 of the first 5 greens before I got the speed down and ended up with one of my worst ever putting days, but the greens were not the challenge, it was me!

Quick efficient check in. Good GPS on carts. Cart gal out and around numerous times. Good snack shop and busy restaurant onsite. Nice course in good condition, definitely recommended.
11 Likes.
Had a prepaid tee time on Terra Lago North through Forelinx @ 1pm. Checked in @ 12:40 and was advised they had a main water line break this morning and a slow moving tournament after they opened the course, so they were over an hour behind. Kudos to the staff for thinking outside the box and getting out the roughly 30 players who were waiting on afternoon tee times. First they provided free buckets of range balls to keep people occupied. The South course was scheduled to reopen after over seeding Saturday, so they quickly added pins and just opened it half a day early to accommodate the overflow caused by the late start.

Rode the Golds (6401/71.0/130) with Ken and Claudette for 9 holes, then zigzaged around the back as a single to beat darkness and finish 18. 2H 20M playing behind several slow 4somes on the front, 1.5H on the back for slightly less than 4H overall. The weather was clear, fairly calm and around 90.

Considering the course is coming out of overseeding, I found the conditions disappointing. The course is almost always rough around the edges. Excellent layout but needs more time/$$$ put into attention to detail.

The Rye tees were mostly lush and will be super once they fill in more.

The Rye fairways were mostly lush with good coverage. A few bad spots.

The Bermuda rough around the fairways was not over seeded. Okay coverage with occasional bare spots.

Most of the fairway traps they have basically let go. More like waste bunkers. The greenside sand traps range from okay to terrible. Consistently too thin to be playing up to raised greens. They need to be churned and more/better quality sand.

The Rye greens putted woefully slow. I'll give them a pass on that since they were not expected to be utilized today. However, I counted 11/18 greens with areas (sometimes large) that had seed on them trying to fill in areas that were anywhere from weak to almost hardpan. These greens (IMO) are still 10-14 days from being good. I have played on greens right after aeration that were better than I experienced today.

The customer service was good from all. No Marshall or drink cart, plenty of water/ice station on the course. GPS on the carts. Good all grass driving range with a couple of practice holes. Could not recommend in it's current condition, wait at least 2 weeks on these greens.
9 Likes.
Rode the Blacks (6669/71.9/128) using Forelinx. Matched up with Emil, Dan and Dennis, 3 local seniors, great group to play with. POP was 4H, 20M playing in calm, sunny conditions in the upper 90's.

This Billy Casper designed layout is fun to play. Nice balance in play ability and difficulty. Numerous well spaced tees, I usually play with seniors and we often play 2-3 different sets of tees and it's a good test for players of all skill levels. The Bermuda plays firm and the playing conditions are remarkably good for fall before over seeding.

The Bermuda tees were lush and well maintained.

The Bermuda fairways are lush and played firm. Nice to play from.

The Bermuda rough is mostly lush and thick. Cut low, they impede your balls momentum even though not overly high and are still relatively easy to play from.

The sand traps had excellent quality white sand and were well maintained.

The large Bermuda greens putted medium fast speed and are firm.

The customer service was good from everyone encountered. No drink cart today. Reasonably priced restaurant onsite that is usually very busy. Main negatives are that they do not have a driving range, you have to go 1/2 mile down the street where the sister Santa Rosa course has a nice, all grass driving range. No GPS on the basic carts or ports for electronics. Recommended.
7 Likes.
Rode the Golds (6511/71.4/132) as a single in slightly more than 3H mid day using Forelinx. The weather was in the mid 90's, clear & fairly calm.

Like the Schmidt/Curley layout, especially the back 9 where you have some long tough holes mixed in with some shorter risk/reward holes. Today was normal playing conditions for this course before over seeding. A little rough around the edges but very playable, playing very firm throughout.

The Bermuda tees were lush overall and only the par 3's needed divot repair.

The Bermuda fairways had good coverage but were more thin than lush. They showed signs of a recent aeration.

The Bermuda rough is mowed down low. More thin than lush with occasional hardpan areas.

The sand traps were well maintained, more dirt than sand, but they played okay. The fairway bunkers are less maintained, most were firmer and some are no longer maintained.

The large Bermuda greens putted medium speed and were firm, almost no ball marks. Deceptive contours mean you will rarely have a straight putt here.

The customer service was very good from everyone even if the staff was minimal in off peak season. No drink cart/starter/Marshall today, but considering I only saw one 2some within 9 holes of me, not justified. Terra Lago would be very difficult to walk as numerous tees are a long way from the last green. The GPS was not working on the carts today and the all grass range was closed. Recommended.
11 Likes.
Rode the Blacks (6669/71.9/128) with local seniors Dan, Will and Larry in 4.5H mid day. The weather was clear, calm and in the high 80's. I normally rotate around and play different courses, rarely play the same course more than twice in a row. However, with many local courses already closed for over seeding or looking shabby on a drive by, knowing this one is still in good shape at a good price made this my 4th round in a row here.

The Bermuda tees were lush and nicely maintained.

The Bermuda fairways are lush and nice to play from.

The Bermuda rough is mostly lush and thick but not overly high.

The sand traps were well maintained with thick, excellent quality white sand.

The large Bermuda greens putt better than they look while we enter the fall over seeding period. They are firm and medium fast with few ball marks.

A negative is that San Gorgonio does not have a driving range. You have to go 1/2 mile down the street where the sister Santa Rosa course has an all grass driving range. No GPS or ports for electronics on the basic carts. The customer service was excellent from everyone encountered, especially Jose with the carts. No drink cart today. Definitely recommended.
5 Likes.
Rode the Blacks (6669/71.9/128) with Barry, Dave and Rex in slightly more than 3 1/2 H early morning. All super seniors who played the correct tees, played fast, had a great time and were super fun to play with! The weather was sunny, breezy and in the mid 80's.

The Bermuda tees were lush and well maintained for divots.

The Bermuda fairways are mostly lush and nice to play from.

The Bermuda rough is mostly lush and not overly high. Some browned out areas, but usually nice to play from.

The sand traps have beautiful, white, marble sand. Immaculately maintained, they were excellent.

The large Bermuda greens putted medium speed and are firm. Almost no ball marks because of the firmness.

The customer service was excellent from everyone encountered, especially the cart guy Jose. He does as good a job with your clubs as I have ever encountered and looks to go the extra mile. Much appreciated! Reasonably priced restaurant onsite that is usually very busy. Solid course, main negatives are that they do not have a driving range, you have to go 1/2 mile down the street where the sister Santa Rosa course has a nice, all grass driving range. No drink cart today. No GPS or plugs for electronics on the basic carts that they just swapped out with newer models. Recommended.
7 Likes.
Rode the Blacks (6669/71.9/128), playing 36 holes and averaging less than 4H per round. The weather was sunny, windy and around 85. 3-4 club wind early morning, so windy that dozens of trees were uprooted or were broken in half over night. Down to a 1-2 club wind by the afternoon.

The Bermuda tees were mostly lush and well maintained for divots.

The Bermuda fairways are semi lush and were nice to play from.

The Bermuda rough is semi lush and not overly high. Usually nice to play from,

The sand traps have been recently renovated. Beautiful, white, marble sand, they were excellent. Superb quality sand and well maintained.

The large Bermuda greens putted medium speed and are firm. Almost no ball marks because of the firmness, which had to be accounted for on irons and chips for run out.

Main negatives are that they do not have a driving range, you have to go 1/2 mile down the street where the sister Santa Rosa course has a nice, all grass driving range. No GPS or plugs for electronics on the basic carts. The customer service was good from everyone encountered. No drink cart today. Reasonably priced restaurant onsite that is usually very busy. Solid course. Recommended.
6 Likes.
Played in a charity Scramble Tournament. Fun event, even with everyone playing the little dawg pussy tees the POP was brutal @ 5.5H. However, with catered food/drinks on every tee box and the course closed except for the tournament, few cared.

The layout reminds me of a combination of the two Marriott courses, ironically the Palm and the Valley just down the street. Considering Ted Robinson did all three, not a shock. Up/down rolling hills, hundreds of tall palms and lots of water but not overly tight. Fun track even if no specific hole was memorable.

Bermuda tees were well maintained and lush.

Bermuda fairways very nice, good coverage.

Bermuda rough maintained low but still thick Bermuda.

Was not in any sand traps but they looked good.

Bermuda greens looked good and even though firm, putted medium slow. Seemed like they had been recently top dressed, with incoming irons sand would fly up.

Customer service was excellent from everyone. No GPS on the basic carts. Large, well stocked clubhouse. Complementary waters in the cart and range balls on the all grass range was a plus. Overall, decent layout where every hole is surrounded by well kept, middle class homes or condos. Recommended.
11 Likes.
Rode the Blues (6711/72.9/135) in less than 3H as a single using Troon Rewards. The weather was around 90, overcast and actually sprinkled during parts of the round.

Classic Club was closed for 2 months this summer for a full bunker renovation and only recently reopened. They utilized the closure time to also resod weak areas of tees, fairways, rough and numerous greens. Most of the resodded areas are still not ready for prime time, but should be great by the time they reopen after fall over seeding. I did not expect great conditions considering they were only going to be open for a month sandwiched between long closure periods. However, was pleasantly surprised at how lush and green the place is.

The Bermuda tees were level and lush with great coverage. Par 3's were pretty chewed up, but the other 14 were excellent.

The Bermuda fairways were lush, mowed close and firm.

The Bermuda rough was lush. Nice to chip from as the ball usually set up.

The sand traps looked the part of a full bunker renovation. Do not play here if you do not like to play out of soft white marble sand that is thick and deep. They look and played great with all their borders resodded Bermuda.

The Bermuda greens were mostly smooth but medium slow. The original greens are mowed lower and are firmer. The places that have been resodded seemed to be mowed higher and were softer. Overall, currently mediocre, but I suspect they will putt excellent after fall over seeding.

The customer service was excellent from everyone encountered. Drink cart out making the rounds. Nice GPS on the carts. Complementary water and range balls on a 1st class grass practice facility. Everything about this place is top notch. Definitely recommended.
10 Likes.
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