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Los Angeles County; Riverside County; Palm Springs Area; Orange County; San Diego County
TaylorMade R1 Driver
Callaway S2H2 Warbird BB 3 Aldila One 65S Shaft
Snake Eyes 18* & 21* Tour hybrids
Snake Eyes 600C 3-6 Irons Rifle 6.0 Shafts
Snake Eyes 600B/W 7-GW Rifle 6.0 Shafts
Cleveland 588 TA 56* & 60* wedges
Ray Cook Classic Plus I Putter
Lots of home built junk!!!!! :)
Last Updated: May 3, 2017
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Played Sunday, June 11 with sixpez, itslikeimsaying and nachogrande using the UnderPar voucher with unlimited golf play. Truly an all day affair, had ... » More
Played Sunday, June 11 with sixpez, itslikeimsaying and nachogrande using the UnderPar voucher with unlimited golf play. Truly an all day affair, had a blast. Got on the first tee around 12:20 on a very busy day. Slowish round compared to the first of the day, but decent pace for as crowded as the course was Sunday. The Bikini team sure didn't disappoint! :) Great 90 degree weather for June with a little breeze most of the round.
I agree with ILIS as to condition, not quite as good as the Valley course. step down from Valley due to lesser condition greens. The greens were slow and a bit bumpy from either the verticut or seeds/leaves from the nearby trees. Well struck full shots held nicely.
Tee boxes were good. No real issues that I had with any.
Fairways had good coverage, no bad lies and semi-lush. Not bright green, not burned out either. More in a transition period. Rough could be not penal to horrible depending on where you ended up. Under trees with low branches, DEEP and penal.
Bunkers were decent. Most were crusty on top and wet underneath. Mixed bag with the winds. Hit the liner in one which wasn't fun.
I prefer this layout to the Valley as well. Has a bit more character than the Palms course. 3 Rounds for $25 is a great deal for decent conditioned courses out here in the valley. Thankfully we got this one in before the 117 temps forecast for next weekend!
I'd play here again.» Close
Played on 6/5/17 with abbacat for 3.5 hours of fun in the semi blistering heat. It was hot but not bad once acclimated. The heat will definitely snea... » More
Played on 6/5/17 with abbacat for 3.5 hours of fun in the semi blistering heat. It was hot but not bad once acclimated. The heat will definitely sneak up on you if not careful. The light breeze sure took the edge off.
The practice facility greens and short game is real nice. Only has mats and a net to hit into for full shots. I should have hit the local muni to warm up a few full swings.
Tee boxes were lush, level and minor divot damage. Real easy to find a decent spot to tee it up.
Fairways were in great shape and ample landing areas. For this late in the year to have lush areas with little to no brown areas was really nice. Never had a bad lie in the fairways. A couple of them have a choice of direction around bunkers when considering total distance, 18 being one of them. The rough could be NASTY. I found some real bad spots a couple of times and it was work to get out from it and advance the ball.
The sand was good in most bunkers. I noticed quite a few small stones in the ones I was in. Only one had sand that was hard packed top with really saturated sand below, and difficult to play from. All others were not hard to play from.
The greens were very nice. They were accepting of a good shot, with minimal rollout. They rolled mediumish as I meow-mixed more than a few putts. I think the practice green was faster by a bit. Not too many fresh ball marks but just enough to make a mess of the really nice greens. The older unfixed ones were the bigger issue. Seems there are too many lazy, inconsiderate folks playing the game out here. I failed to ask how they mark pins with flag colors, etc. Made gauging distance pretty tough from the fairways if it wasn't obvious.
If you like 200ish+ yard par 3's this is for you from the Championship tees, even longer from the Tourney tees. Three of the five par 3's are 200+ range going to 230 depending on pin placement. I personally don't like that many for a 6600 yard course. The other 2 were 150 and 170.
Didn't have much contact with the staff. The guys in the shop were accommodating in getting us out early ahead of a threesome. We eventually caught a threesome around hole 14 that slowed the flow a bit.
The course is nice, has some interesting holes, I'd play again out here.» Close
Got in a round on a overcast, cool day light wind day with Abbacat. The air was heavy again today akin to the GK PGA outing. Long drive but well wort... » More
Got in a round on a overcast, cool day light wind day with Abbacat. The air was heavy again today akin to the GK PGA outing. Long drive but well worth it to take in a course I've never played before. It's an interesting layout, lots of elevation changes and has trouble everywhere if you stray offline.
The cart had seen better days with the custom sunroof opening and something clanking under it. Like an old burro, it made it around the course with a few challenging moments. GPS seemed to work well and give reasonably close yardages. The display was a bit tough to read, especially with any glare. They also provided a yardage book that was really helpful, neat feature, A+.
Nice practice green that was representative of on course speeds.
Tee boxes were very nice with good coverage. One person ahead of us must have been using a backhoe to tee of on the par 3's. Huge divots that weren't filled in.
Fairways were in good shape, some browned areas, with good lies when in the boundries. Rough was longer but not penal. Make a good swing and the ball left as anticipated.
Greens were very soft and accepted well struck shots. Minimal ball marks. Rolled pretty smooth with medium speed. These greens tend to have some pretty severe slopes to them. It's easy for a downhiller to get away from you. Looks like they are starting with spring punching as 9 and 18 were punched/sanded.
Was in one bunker. It was damp but very easy to play from. Much grainier sand than usual. I got plenty of spin on the shot and it landed nicely on the green.
Good course with holes that require thought to play. I'll definitely play here again» Close
Played in the GK event with Gus, Matt and Nathan. Good group and had fun going around a really nice course. Wet weather was unusual for out here in... » More
Played in the GK event with Gus, Matt and Nathan. Good group and had fun going around a really nice course. Wet weather was unusual for out here in May, which was a nice change. The heavy air played havoc with club selection and the illusion that many of the greens were level with the fairway, yet were not. Knowing this course and the elevation changes from fairway to green was not something I did well coming up short plenty of times. Next time out will be better.
Previous comments on course condition are accurate IMO.
Tee boxes were nice with good coverage and cut cleanly.
Fairways were trimmed short and provided good lies. Get off the fairways and plenty of interesting lies and nasty rough to swallow up a ball. Sand traps running the length of many fairways with large drop offs made for plenty of sandy opportunities if off line.
Traps were compacted and slightly wet from the drizzle/rain. The many I perused were pretty easy to play from and consistent.
Greens were rolling nice, minimal ball marks and decent speed for the wettish conditions. Found them to be straight forward on reads.
Cart staff and attendants were awesome. I asked to charge my phone and one attendant showed me a location were I could plug in. Very cool. I'll definitely play out here over the summer months when I can get on as a change of pace.» Close
Like Sixpez, being fairly close to Rams Hill makes heading out there a little easier than some of the other members that played. I really like the co... » More
Like Sixpez, being fairly close to Rams Hill makes heading out there a little easier than some of the other members that played. I really like the course and doing the Guru things is a great way to enjoy a great course with great people from GK. Fun day with Keith, Bob and Wendy.
Practice facitlity is great with ProV1 balls and nice grass stations. The range finders weren't there this time. Plenty of targets to shoot at while warming up.
Tee boxes are always some of the best in SoCal. Level and plenty of nice grass for teeing it up. Very clearly marked for yardage as well.
Fairways were well groomed with lush grass in most areas. Some areas have browned from heat a bit, but, the lies in those areas were fine. Rough was more tightly mowed than previous visit. Plenty of awkward lies are available when venturing in the rough.
Sand traps were the low point. Most all had a crusty top. Hard to gauge what was below, one would be hardpacked/wet and the next fluffier. Very inconsistent.
Greens, fantastic as usual. Smooth as silk, minimal ball marks and not quite as fast as the greased lightning of previous visit. If the hole was 2-3 feet closer, I'd have putted a bunch better... :) Rolling 11 per the board, probably closer to 10-10.5 when we hit them in the afternoon. The maturing greens are accepting of good shots and show more footprints from those that walk with a heavy foot.
Previous visits the course was in 10 condition. This late in the year I'd call them an 8. It's tough when the standards are so high when in great condition. Still beats most of the courses here in the CV in this state! Awesome course.
The golf gods must have been punishing us. Every hole that was long was into the wind. Whether it was going E, W, N or S, we always seemed to be fighting the wind. It got started mildly around the 10th hole, and really got going about 15 or so. The last three holes were tough. There are also some holes where the wind is shielded and kills a shot.
Staff was great and helpful. Always look forward to visiting Rams Hill. Thanks for the outing.» Close
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