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Played 4-23 with a 7:28 tee time. Was paired up 3 other singles and we played the blue tees.
We got off about 5 minutes late and we waited on every hole but still finished in 4 1/2 hours but it sure seemed way longer.
Tee boxes are level but thin and rock hard. Very tough to get your tee in the ground.
Fairways had decent coverage and the rough was ok. I was in one bunker and it had sand but was not raked and provided a tough lie.
Greens were firm but held shots and rolled well. They are punching soon.
Overall about what I expected for a busy Sunday morning on a city course. I like the old school layout and I will be back.
I had the pleasure of playing here 4-4. it was a picture perfect day for golf. Low70's no wind and bright blue skies.
I had a 9:00 am tee time and was sent out on time with a threesome who where really friendly and fun to play with. One of them had never played here before and time after time he commented how great the layout was and that conditions were next to perfect.
Tee boxes where level and some had been punched but never had a problem finding a spot to tee it up.
The fairways had great coverage and never had a bad lie all day. 1st cut of rough was about 1 1/2" tall made you work a little to get out. after that you have native grass where you might have a tough time finding you ball. Last time I was here none of the native grass was there due to the drought so an errant shot would run off forever.
The greens were smooth ,quick and consistent. Hardly a ball mark to be seen! they held well struck shots and putts held their line.
Bunkers had plenty of sand and were raked correctly.
Pace of play was 4:15 and we never had to rush or wait for the group ahead.
I try to get a round in whenever I am in the area. Really wish it was closer.
I was able to make the GK Guru outing here with a great group of fellow GK'ers.
Check in was smooth with very helpfull guys in the pro shop. Went over to the nice grass range to warm up. The practice green was very close to the greens out on the course at the start of the round. by the end of the round the greens got a little slow and bumpy.Not unexpected on a sunny day after alot of rain.
we started a little early and the starter had some helpful information for us.
Tee boxes were nice and the fairways while a little thin were dry for the most part.
The bunkers both fairway and greenside had lots of very soft sand.
I found tbe course to be challanging but fair. Playing here a couple of times would be helpful to know where to go with your tee shot.
Overall it was a great day on a nice track for a great price. I will try to get back here again.
I was also able to join the GK Guru round at my favorite course, Goose Creek.
I can only echo what everyone else has posted about the conditions, they were next to perfect.
The staff was great getting us set up and out just about on time even with the match play tournament going on that morning.
As always it was a pleasure to play other GK'ers. This was the first Guru outing I could attend as most are on weekdays and I still have a d%mn job.Please do more on weekends if possible Johnny.
Made the trip up to Mammoth Lakes 7/23 to play here due to the rumors that this was the last year it would be open.
We talked to several people at the course and they all believed that the course would be staying open. Seems all of the talk of closing was Rusty's ( Mammoth Mountain CEO) way of leverging some property along the course.
The course was in very good condition and the staff was excellent. They meet you at your car and load your bags and let the pro shop know you are here. Check in was quick and smooth.
No range to warm up but several hitting stalls to take a few swings to loosen up. Nice putting green to get a feel for the speeds.
Tee boxes were quite nice, never had a problem finding a spot to tee it up.
Fairways are next to perfect. Very few dry spots and nice lies all day.
The rough was juicy and really made you work to get out.
The bunkers had plenty of sand but it was a little heavy and had a mixture of small stones.
Loved the greens! Quick,consistant and almost ball make free.
The 8001 foot elevation made you think about club selection. The coures it very tight and you need to hit the ball in the correct spots to score well.
We had not seen the cart so we called in and in less than 10 minutes we had the drinks and a hot dog in our hands.
The rate is a little steep but if you want to treat yourself on a vacation, worth it in my opinion.
If you have never been to the Eastern High Sierra treat youself and make the trip. Its a very special place.
Played here 4-3 on a warm sunny windless day . You couldn't ask for better weather.
Tee time was 8:00 am and got out right on time. Booked on the phone and paid $75 which I think is a very fair price for this course in the high season for St George.
The course has a good mix of holes with par 3's from 110 yards to 190 yards( from the whites)
Some of the holes had tee shots that required a good carry to reach the fairway but nothing extreme.
The fairways were lush and left you with very good lies. The rough was around 2" and made you work to get out. If you strayed too far your ball ended up in desert and rocks.
Bunkers here were red heavy sand but ok to hit from in the one I found.
Greens were excellent and had very few ball marks.
This course while not as scenic as Sand Hollow it was still quite pleasant. There are homes around the course but most are back and really do not detract from the views.
The staff from the very friendly and cute cart girls that meet you at your car to the marshal who was around several times were top notch and very pleasant. There was no cart this day. Not sure if this is the norm here.
I would play here again next time I make the trip to St George.
Played here 4-1 on a picture perfect day until about hole 14 when the wind kicked up a little.
Tee time was 9:54 and went out about 10 minutes early with a twosome. Pace of play was 4:10 and we never felt rushed or pushed.
This is the second time playing here and I really enjoy this course. Challenging but not overly so if you play from the white tees. Good variety of holes and some really stunning holes on the back nine.
Most tee boxes were fine and level. The fairways were a mixed bag. Most were fine with good grass to hit from but several were a little thin which made for some thin lies.
The rough was not overly long so you couldn't find your ball but it made you work to get it out.
Bunkers here are red sand/dirt and several had too many rocks in them. They were all well raked and had good coverage.
The greens were quick and smooth but did have some un-repaired ball marks. d%mn lazy players!!
I really enjoyed my day here would play again when in the area
Played here 1-25. Booked a 7:34 single from their website and paid $49 with a cart.
I was second out behind a walking foursome and I caught them on #3. They waved be through and I never saw them again finishing in right at 3 hours.
The tee boxes were decent with level spots and not much divot damage.
Fairways were green and good to hit from except for some very wet soft areas from the recent rains in the central coast area. I did have a couple of tee shots plug and there was not much roll out in most cases but I'll take the rain any day.
Not much rough to speak of and if you get too far off line it is still bare in places.
The sign at the pro shop said the greens were running at 10 and that seemed about right. Good shots would hold and they ran true. Very few ball marks, really nice to see!
Was in one fairway and one greenside bunker and both had plenty of sand although a bit heavy and damp.
This was my third time playing here and every time I do I am impressed with this track. Great variety of holes, challenging, but fair. No tricked out shots although some local knowledge is helpful.
Guys it the pro shop super nice and friendly. Did not see the cart but I tee'ed off at 7:30 and was driving out at 10:30. A must play if you are in the area.
I also made the trek out to Rams Hill for the GK plays event Sunday. The whole experience was well worth the drive! As all of the previous reviews have stated the entire course and practice are are just plain flawless.
The staff was great from the guys who picked up your clubs at the car to the wait staff to the pro. You could not ask for better treatment.
I will be heading back sometime this spring with friends to take advantage of the GK coupon.
Thanks again Johnny for all you do.
played Dec 12 with rob 1563 and used my free twosome( thanks Johnny)
We had an 8:20 tee time and there was about a 45 minute frost delay so we got out a little after 9:00 Staff was great keeping us informed and the starter gave us some good info.
Pace of play was great! we only waited a few minutes of a couple of the par 3's.
Front nine is traget golf down in the canyons with some really cool holes.Back nine to totally different with wider fairways but sill some interesting holes that make think about club selection.
Tee boxes were fine no problem finding a good spot to tee it up. Fairways very good. Excellant coverage and lush. If you miss the fairway you are basically in the desert with rocks to deal with. Bunkers had fine sand but somewhat heavy due to the rain the day before.
Greens looked a little thin but putted fine. medium speed and true. One nice thing was very few ball marks to deal with.
Very nice grass range to warm up on and decent putting green. Putting green was much slower the the course greens maybe due to how wet it was.
Overall we had a great time and I will try to make back here again soon.
Played 11-13 and had a 8:28 tee time for $85.00.
We checked in and went to the very nice all grass range to warm up. The starter came by several times to check on us and let us know how many groups were ahead of us.
The marshal met us on the first tee and offered several tips and asked that we stay connected to the group ahead as they had a full tee sheet. We waited on a couple of the par three's but never more than 4-5 minutes. Pace of play ended up being 4:20 and we never felt rushed. Saw the cart several times.
Tee boxes were very good with nice grass and never a tough time finding a level spot.
The fairways are just coming out of over seeding and we were asked to play the with the 90o rule. They were lush and cut just right. I never had a thin lie all day.
The rough was around 2" and not too tough to hit out of.
I was only in one fairway bunker and it had lots of deep soft sand. The green side bunkers looked the same.
The greens were a bit thin but ran true and medium speed. The only down side to the greens were the large number of ball marks that had no been repaired correctly.
I enjoyed the course. The fairways were a little narrow but there were still good landing areas if you can hit it straight. Being a desert course if you were too wild, you had rocks-sand and cactus to deal with.
Overall a very enjoyable round.
Played 10-23 in the GK plays event.
Not much to add to all of the previous reviews. I do have some thoughts about the pace of play. The rough while not overly long, the ball really settled down and with all of the fall leaves on the ground it was quite difficult to find balls. This really added some time to our round but we were always within sight of the group ahead and never pushed from behind.
The greens being POA really got a little long late in the day and someone ahead of us must have had a size 15 shoe and left plenty of footprints around the hole that effected some of our putts.
Over all I had a great time and got to meet a couple of new GK members.
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