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4/23 using golf moose $49 2some voucher POP right at 4 hours a little slow for a Monday 800 am tee time. Fairways remain in mostly winter condition mostly thin and in some areas on the back 9 quite firm--ok for iron shots but really tight for fairway metals. Not much rough along fairways but some thick patches here and there closer to the greens and on some slopes.
Tees also thin with some bare areas that did not affect play.
Bunkers recently groomed nice deep rather course sand that rewarded well executed swings.
Greens have recovered nicely from maintenance but were not quite smooth yet--rolling at medium speed.
Staff is friendly and easy going.
4/4 GSC $23 with range balls 320 POP with 740 start. Recent rain has brought a little more green to the fairways which are still in winter condition a little patchy with some really good lies and many not so much. Rough is 1-2 along fairways and seems thicker around many greens. Tees are in fair condition. Bunkers are mixed with some thin hard pan conditions and some quite good especially on an up slope.
Greens firm mostly smooth rolling medium fast--some look rather splotchy but play well.
Getting ready to punch starting 4/23.
Staff really friendly as always.
4/3 3some today using groupon $68 2 some after 25% discount(range balls and beer included) and GN $36 hot deal--1030 tee time but checked in with starter at 940 who gave us the option to follow the ladies and before the skins game started--420 later we are in the car on our way home. Needless to say staff is very friendly and golfer oriented with emphasis on making us feel welcome and to provide a quality experience.
Fairways are greeing up with good cover but somewhat mixed variety of grasses provides for some inconsistency--nothing really bad just not uniform. Rough does not look all that difficult but is sticky--really stops the forward progress and can be challenging especially around the greens--longer and juicy.
Tees are level with good cover. Bunkers have consistent sand--a little thin at the very bottoms
Greens firm medium fast(10.5 on the info board) and consistent rolling smoothly with some subtle breaks.
Layout and setting makes for and enjoyable outing.
3/7 $49 2some--golf moose quick 315 POP. Bunkers looked ok but did not have any direct contact. Tees thin with quite a few divots. Fairways mostly thin and dormant--not much rough unless being extra wide of the mark--so yes I found some patches.
Greens are by far and away the best feature and are in good shape--medium fast smooth and receptive.
Staff members are friendly. Course has some quirky features uphill dog legs and elevated greens many are fairly large and often have their own elevation changes--maybe 3-4 feet from bottom to top including the tiers.
Course has some nice visuals with water in the river.
Played here 2/28 and 3/5 on short notice and were still able to use tee off @20--POP both days under 4 hours. Greens are very good firm fast and smooth challenging with subtle breaks and treacherous on the down slope. Found several bunkers and had good lies every time--made good outs to inside 5 feet but made only 1 putt.
Fairways are in full winter condition some areas pretty thin and some quite good. Not much rough but I still found a few thick patches mostly nearer to the greens.
Tees are thin and many have been sanded over--look worse than they play.
Staff members are friendly and easy going and quite accommodating.
For me the course is only 5 minutes from my house is easy to get on and provides an interesting challenge. and yes it is inexpensive to play.
2/9 and 2/20 golfsocal $23 with range balls--fairways are a mix of dormant areas and some patches of green along with a few thin to sparse places. 80% of the lies were good the others were marginal--we were playing them down so the rub of the green factored in. Rough is patchy some places thick and deep(3") some areas about 1" and then a few bare spots along the perimeter. Tees are taking a beating quite thin with a lot of sand fill and with winter conditions grass just don't grow.
Bunkers are inconsistent--many have been filled with fine deep sand which requires taking less sand and still exploding the ball out. The bunkers that have the old sand tend to be thin with a cover of a more coarse grain variety which needs to employ less bounce in the effort.
Greens are firm fast to medium fast and smooth of good quality.
Friendly easy going staff.
2/19 using Underpar $49 2some on a blustery cool am cruising around for a POP of 340 even with a pretty steady stream of golfers leaving the 1st tee. Starting with the worst==bunkers have a real abundance of rocks and pebbles--they look groomed but are generally thin--good for shots from the fairway type but not so much for greenside.
Fairways are dormant and most have ok cover which is== better toward the center and sketchy on the perimeters==there are some bare areas on 3-4 of the holes for the most part had ok lies except maybe 5-6 times from the fairway.
There is no rough fairways are flanked by bare/sandy soil which at times can amplify marginal shots as they roll into more trouble like the many burns that populate the course.
Played the whites(6281 on the card a little shorter in reality) tees level with ok cover.
Greens firm generally smooth medium fast rolling well but harder to read than I remembered not being here for about 4 months. Greens are the best feature most are large with opportunity for variable pin placements and with the slope and subtle contours--today add the wind we faced some extra challenges and were totally out of our depth on those down slope down wind putts toward front pin placements--whee!!!
Friendly staff easy check in==casual to go to 1st tee what with no starter every one just kind of fell into line to get going. Beverage cart around 3-4 times.
The course does reflect that effort has been extended to make improvements and according to staff more is on the way. The layout is good and entertaining--still has some rough spots but is worth the occasional play.
2/13 with the gurus St eve Allen and Bob very compatible group each of us having our moments positive and not so much but moved along at a nice 340 pace(totally lost our fellow 4some). Agree with Steve layout seems really wide open but river lakes and trees as well as the bunkers are enough in play to add to the challenge.
Fairways were mostly good a little thin in places but decent lies over all--#17 had the least coverage off the tee but ok for the 3rd shot. Lot of divots many unfilled but managed to miss them. Rough not too long but thick to quickly sap distance with extra punishment if the ball sank down. Tees level with god coverage.
Bunkers that I found had ample sand and were well groomed.
Greens were overall in good shape. 1st 3 are still recovering from repair near the front portions and some perimeter areas--not much effect on play however. Medium fast with good consistency. Enough contour and slope to keep me guessing all round.
Good friendly customer service.
2/12 using golf moose $49 2some rather quick 330 following 2 groups of ladies club members--hit it get to it hit it again no dawdling there go the steretypes.
In 1 bunker front left on 10--nice deep sand and well groomed except for the foot prints fight next to the rake. Tees mostly beat up but playable. Fairways a bit of everything from really nice to thin and sparse--a few sketchy lies. Nor much rough routinely but some areas on slopes were juicy as were some spots close to the greens.
Greens quite good--mostly smooth a little damp and medium speed early and a little faster later in the round. Nice and healthy with very few ball marks.
2/7 birthday round $15 cart fee nice but BREEZY morning paired with a couple of nice 80 something guys that got a little tired by the back nine leading to a POP of 4 1/2.
Fairways a mix of dormant grasses a little thin in places but lies were acceptable. Not much rough accept in a few places mostly closer to the greens. Tees ok. Bunkers not so much mostly thin sand over hard pack--good for fairway but not around the greens.
Greens look healthy with good cover no bare spots and a few unpaired ball marks. Grass is somewhat grainy a little bumpy and about medium speed. Large undulating greens a good club club and 1/2 front to back--pin placements follow a red/white blue format but to add adventure holes are often moved laterally in the zone to further enhance the effect of the contours. Fun stuff.
Friendly welcoming staff and especially a well organized starter.
Layout is a mix of links style in a few holes and mountain journey in others--good mix of long and short holes even being a little quirky at times it can keep you from getting bored.
2/5 birthday round $16 cart fee POP just under 4 hours on a beautiful 70 something degree winter morning. Fairways have a mix of grasses some dormant while some are still green causing some uneveness at times. Overall lies were mostly quite good and there was good cushion. Rough is thin with a few random patches of thicker stuff. Tees need some attention mostly thin and some markers were put on the only sloped part of the box. Bunkers need work--looked ok as they were groomed but only the surface was sand covering hardpan.
Greens are really healthy deep green in color with tight thick grass more on the slower side rolling about medium speed. Greens on the larger side with contours and opportunities for multiple pin placements--course uses a numbered pin location to provide more variations.
Staff was extremely helpful and was able to get us out today(were scheduled for tomorrow) as we had gone to another course in the area but were misinformed about criteria for birthday play--quick call to Legends and 30 minutes later we are playing golf
2/2 birthday round $15 cart fee--easy check in and friendly welcome--off on time 900 with a 420 POP. Fairways have a tight turf--generally good lies--firm but with adequate cushion--some areas appear faded but still in good shape. Rough is mostly thin and more on the brown dormant side--some bare areas close to the wild vegetation and underbrush. Tees have ok cover some have a little slope that may come into play depending on marker placement.
Bunkers have a mix of sand all good quality but the replacement sand is still soft and fluffy requiring a different swing. The older sand is just about perfect with the right depth and consistency. Fairway bunkers have a nice firm surface so the ball sits up quite well.
The work on the bunkers is indicative of the effort to add and maintain the quality of the course.
Greens were a deep green and healthy rolling about medium speed or little faster on those that are more exposed and dried out. They have a little more grain quality and some were a little bumpy. Still over all they are in nice shape and as indicated by the pro-shop the did not aerate this summer/fall but plan to in March.
Really interesting layout with a good mix of shorter and long holes with a tight character offering plenty of challenge. Greens vary in size and have some sharp contours as well as sneaky slopes. Many are well defended by bunkers. Oh yes another setting where the prevailing topography is a definite factor.
A challenging 5800 from the blues with plenty of elevation changes and water hazards with plenty of canyons under brush bordering the holes.
Friendly staff
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