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Played Tuesday AM on a cool and breezy morning. I am just going to update the conditions of the greens as my review from March is still accurate.

The greens are 7-10 days from being fully healed. Currently the greens are very bumpy and slow.
Played in a LA Seniors event (60 and older) this Thursday AM.

First class service once you arrive at the club and through out your day. Outstanding practice areas: chipping green with a sand trap, two putting greens and a large driving range.

Greens: about 90% healed from the recent aeration so the speed was slow to medium and a little bumpy.

Fairways: generous width, firm with very decent lies. All bare spots were marked off.

Rough: 1 -3 " high, not very punishing.

Traps: many traps and in excellent condition.

POP: just over 4 hours.

Very challenging layout. Play there if you get an invite.
Played in the GK outing bright and early in this cool Tuesday morning with Nick and Gary, very enjoyable day with these gentlemen!

Greens: front nine needs another 5-7 days to fully heal. Back nine is in the better condition - 95% healed

Fairways: firm with decent lies.

Rough: 1-3" high, playable.

Traps: good condition.

Nice grass practice area!

Friendly staff in the Pro Shop. Looks like its best to play early during the week as it was not very busy today. Very challenging layout!
Haven't played here in over a year so I thought I better get over and play the course before the GK Plays event on April 23rd. I agree with dcricket's review.

As I pulled in the parking lot I was greeted by the cart attendant. Friendly staff in the Pro shop. Didn't have time to try their hamburg special.

Greens: speed was slow to medium and "holding". One green was damaged but being repaired so no real problem.

Fairways: nice condition, decent lies.

Rough: 1-3" high but the real problem is if you stray off the rough. The ball can run for a few yards away from the fairway on the area where they eliminated the turf. Keep the driver IN the bag on the short par 4's.

Traps: thin/hard pan lies.

Tees: a few too many unfilled divots on the par 3's.

The GPS system does not have the current course configuration, need a rangefinder.

Overall, the course is interesting and worth the time to play! Hope to see you on the 23rd!
Played here on Tuesday AM, 3/21.

Greens: best part of the course; smooth greens, medium to firm hardness and medium to fast speed. Looks like they will be aerating the greens the first week of April so check before you book your T time.

Fairways: improving with the warmer weather, still too many unfilled divots.

Tees: many are uneven because of animal burrows.

Rough: TERRIBLE; weeds, hardpan and animal mounds.

Traps: many have not been raked by the golfers but otherwise playable.

Good grass driving range.

POP: just over 4 1/2 hours, no marshal to keep play moving.

Last of the storm damage, 5-6 large trees, being cleaned up.

Not bad for a Muni especially if you are a resident of Oceanside.
Had a great time on 3/9 with some new (to me) GK'ers; allan, gary00 and leef2020 at a GK event on a beautiful sunny and warm day! First time here for me in 3-4 years, forgot what a challenging course this is; very hilly on the front and reasonably flat on the back.

Customer Service: friendly staff in the Pro shop, the starter (with tips on what T's to play) and the marshall with his advice to stay out of the brush as some snakes have been spotted.

Greens: smooth, very firm and medium to fast, very fast on the downhill putts!

Fairways: firm so the ball funneled to the low areas where there was lots of unfilled divots and NO sand in the cart's bottles. There were replacement bottles on the 10th T, all EMPTY! Some bare spot on the fairways.

Traps: only in one fairway trap, it was firm but playable.

Rough: playable with some bare areas.

POP: just over 4 hours.

Lots of water stations on the course, accurate GPS system on the carts and many visits by the beverage cart. Overall, a great day! Recommend to play if you get an opportunity!
Played here on Tuesday AM on a beautiful sunny day. Very little damage from the recent storms.

Lots of flowers in bloom around the clubhouse.

Nice driving range but mats only and they are getting a little worn.

Greens: smooth, medium to slow and very firm.

Fairways: decent lies all day, a few bare spots.

Rough: 1-3" high with some bare spots.

Traps: raked sand, a little firm but playable.

Friendly staff in the Pro shop, the starter and in the restaurant. A very enjoyable day!
This is a follow up to my review from 3 weeks ago. Played here Friday AM, very cool the first hour but warmed up to the hi 70's by the time we finished. POP was at 4 hours.

Work continues to recover from the rain/flooding damage. Much better than a few weeks ago!

Fairways: OK to drive on fairways today, very few wet spots, recently mowed. Still playing L,C and P thru the green.

Rough: also mowed recently, some bare spots.

Greens: smooth, firm and fast. Excellent condition!

Traps: L, C and P, still needs more work.

Nice driving range but was mats only today.

Nice place for lunch after the round, great homemade soup!
Played here on Feb. 13th AM. This is a follow up to my review of a few weeks ago.

The course is recovered nicely and I wanted to give the maintenance staff some credit for their hard work.

Starting with the positive; downed trees removed, clogged drains, muddy areas cleaned up nicely. A major accomplishment!

Greens: smooth, medium to fast speed and holding; best part of the course.

Fairways: still need more improvement; good condition from the 100 yard marker into the greens. The balance of the fairways are very thin with clumps of grass and mud. You have a 50/50 chance of getting a very thin/dirt lie. Winter rules are in play.

Rough: lots of bare spots.

Traps: still unplayable. They are playing a free drop from the traps.

No marshall to keep the pace of play moving.

So progress has been made but still more work to do.
Teed off just before Noon in a Greenskeeper outing. First time playing here in over a year. Forgot how challenging this course is, make sure you play the proper tees for your skill level.

Friendly and helpful service in the Pro shop and with the starter.

The course survived the recent rain storms without any major damage that I could see.

Greens: a little bumpy but to be expect at the end of the day. Speed was medium. Greens were holding.

Fairways: very good for the winter season, great to see green fairways and a majority of divots filled. Not a lot of wet spots on the fairways.

Traps: plenty of sand but some traps not raked by thoughtless golfers.

Rough: some bare spots but not a major problem.

Great practice area!

This course is a must play especially if you can get a special rate!
Played here on Friday AM. The course is in very average winter condition.

Greens: Good condition except for #18, otherwise smooth, medium to fast and firm.

Fairways: still a few wet spots but they are marked off. Very firm and very thin.

Rough: 1-3" high with some bare spots.

Traps: not very fluffy but playable.

Driving range was mats only today.

Cart girl was around twice.

Not worth the standard $ rate.
Played here on Tuesday AM, 1/31. This review will cover the course conditions after the recent storms.
The front nine was closed last week and the entire course is now open, cart path only. Only a few of the fairways had wet spots. All the standing water is off the fairways. Some of the traps still have some muddy areas. There are 6 or 7 downed trees. The greens are in good condition. The rough is terrible; high grass, animal mounds and weeds. A week of sunny days like today will bring the course back to a decent condition except for the rough, nothing will help that!
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