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What's in Keith's Golf Bag
Mizuno JPZ EZ Driver
Callaway X-Hot 3-wood
TaylorMade Burner 3-hybrid, 4-hybrid, 6-hybrid
Callaway Steelhead XR 3, 5-PW
TaylorMade 56-degree wedge
Carbite cheapo putter.
Last Updated: November 21, 2019
I've been playing golf since I was about 12, but am still not as good as I should be considering how much I play. Anything mid-80s and below I feel satisfied, but will break 80 from time to time. I love playing courses I haven't played before and recently surpassed 1,000-course mark. I'd much rather play a new course every time than play the same course(s) over and over again.
I am also an avid "road trip" golfer. I've driven up and down the west coast and played many courses in California, Oregon, Nevada and Arizona. I have a personal goal of someday playing golf in all 50 states and I am currently up to 43 (AL, AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MS, MO, MT, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NV, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV and WY). I have also played every public golf course in Southern California. You can read all about my travel golf adventures and my local golf experiences on my blog at http://bogeysacrossamerica.com and follow me on Twitter @GolfNomadBAA, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/GolfNomadBAA or on Instagram @GolfNomad6pez
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Keith's Golf Course Reviews
I was in the lead GK Guru group this morning and we teed off maybe a couple minutes before 7:00 on a beautiful day for golf. We enjoyed a nice relaxed... » More
I was in the lead GK Guru group this morning and we teed off maybe a couple minutes before 7:00 on a beautiful day for golf. We enjoyed a nice relaxed pace. The sun came out and lit this place up. For my money, I don't think there's a more picturesque public course in the Coachella Valley!
Conditions, as always, were exceptional from tee to green. This place is ridiculously lush and perfectly manicured, it's such a pleasure to play. It was pretty soft and there was a lot of moisture, though, with some wet weather lately and plenty of watering overnight. Bunkers full of super soft/deep sand. The greens had quite a few old ball marks showing, but nothing that affected putts too much. They were definitely on the slow side, especially first thing in the morning when still very wet.
Always one of my personal favorites, so I enjoy any excuse to play here. Even better when in the company of the GK Guru crew!» Close
Enjoyable GK day at Rams Hill yesterday! We had a fun time as the lead group. We were behind another 30-player tournament, so the pace was a bit slow ... » More
Enjoyable GK day at Rams Hill yesterday! We had a fun time as the lead group. We were behind another 30-player tournament, so the pace was a bit slow with waiting on most shots and some back-ups on a few holes. To echo what others have already said, the conditions were rather soft after plenty of rain here lately. Very windy with the course playing longer than usual.
Some repair being done on some fairways, but overall in great condition as always. Greens softer than ever and a bit on the slow side by RH standards. I actually miss the early days when they were lightning fast! The sand was super soft, which was nice in greenside bunkers but very tough in fairway bunkers. Overall, everything was very nice and the service was great as we've come to expect here. Delicious cookies handed out when we finished, too! If you haven't played out here, make the trip and enjoy this hidden treasure.» Close
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