""its all in the hips" - chubbs"
25 years old
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Los Angeles County; Riverside County; Palm Springs Area; Orange County; Ventura County; Santa Barbara County
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Last Updated: May 25, 2017
I've been playing golf since I was 5 or 6. I recently graduated from UCSB as a D-1 Athlete (volleyball) in 201.55.
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Played on 10/13/17, which was a perfect day for golf. Low winds, 80 degrees, and no clouds. Doesn't get any better for Paiute. I've played all 3 track... » More
Played on 10/13/17, which was a perfect day for golf. Low winds, 80 degrees, and no clouds. Doesn't get any better for Paiute. I've played all 3 tracks now and I truly enjoy each one, however, my only knock is that the holes tend to blend in together. Especially on the Sun, but trust me the views and conditioning are top notch and this is still a must play when in Vegas.
Course conditions were near perfection. All the courses appear to be coming out of maintenance beautifully. The Sun fairways were 10/10 pristine and as good as I've played on in a while (see pictures). The rough was rather long and very lush/thick. Bunkers were nicely groomed and soft and the greens were pretty true. I would say the greens were medium speed and rolled nicely (although i think they are about 2 weeks out from firming up and being perfect for rest of November).
I really enjoyed our round out here as always. The customer service is very professional and for around 150$ this is a good price considering others closer to strip are well in excess of $200. We will most certainly be back.» Close
TPC Las Vegas Las Vegas, NVReviewed by: zeppelin51423, manhattan beach
Played TPC Las Vegas on Friday 8/18/17. I wasn't sure what to expect given that they are closing for overseeding here shortly but I was pleasantly sur... » More
Played TPC Las Vegas on Friday 8/18/17. I wasn't sure what to expect given that they are closing for overseeding here shortly but I was pleasantly surprised with the current conditions, especially the greens. This was my second time coming back (both in summer time in different years) and I've been impressed with how they keep the speeds of the greens near a 10 on stimp even the 100+ heat. The course itself is a pretty tricky course. There is definietly room to error off the tee (although not a ton) but if you do miss the landing areas you are in big trouble as the desert area is virtually unplayable (larger jagged rocks). The conditions varied from good to great with fairways showing occasional burnt areas but I would say even as high as 80% coverage for lush grass. As I mentioned above, greens were the highlight of the day rolling a medium pace with true rolls. There are some fun par 3's and a couple nice 5's. I wouldn't say its my favorite course ever but I've always walked away really enjoying this place due to the conditions and excellent customer service. I'm coming back to Vegas (for better or for worse) in October and I think I'll be back to see how great this course can be after overseeding.» Close
Played the Championship course at Incline Village on Saturday 7/22. We snagged the first twilight time at 2pm and paid the $140 rate to ride. Middle ... » More
Played the Championship course at Incline Village on Saturday 7/22. We snagged the first twilight time at 2pm and paid the $140 rate to ride. Middle of summer in Lake Tahoe you can expect inflated golf rates, however, what really bummed me out was the lack of amenities at Incline. the driving range was garbage, hitting off mats w/ 250 yard max (no drivers or woods allowed and remember we are at 7,000 of elevation so everything plays 9%-10% less than yardage on ground). What I really thought was weird was that range balls weren't included and thats even at the 180$ rack rate? Pretty criminal, in my opinion.
All things aside, the course was spectacular. Very interesting layout with a great mix of holes. The combination of holes and bunker placement made for a very challenging and fun day on the links. The conditions were pretty solid. The fairways were in great condition but a few GUR areas and some thin spots but i would say 85-90% coverage throughout. The highlight was by far the greens. Firm and lightning fast maybe rolling just under a 12 on the stimp.
I would return here but not before playing Coyote Moon or Schaffer's Mill which I felt had a better golf experience from start to finish.» Close
The more I play here, the more I realize that this isn't just a nicely conditioned, fairly priced public golf course. Rustic canyon truly is the gem o... » More
The more I play here, the more I realize that this isn't just a nicely conditioned, fairly priced public golf course. Rustic canyon truly is the gem of the greater LA County area. A masterfully designed golf course that allows you to be creative off the tee, from the fairway, and certainly around the greens. The par 3's are terrific, large punch bowls (holes 6 & 8), that allow for multiple ways to get the ball close. Then hole 15, a three tiered green, requires spin control or you're likely to end up on the wrong tier. A great mix of wide open tee shots (1, 2, 9, 12, 13), and then a fair share challenging par 4's (7, 11, 14, 16, 18). The greens are almost always the highlight of the course, rolling firm and fast. We played Thursday & Friday July 13/14, and the course conditions were standard rustic. Not much to add to what others have said below. I strongly recommend getting out here, its a fantastic lay out and awards good shot making but the back 9 will hold you accountable.» Close
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