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I played today, 6-19-17, with leef2020 who had extended a Meet & Play invitation. I am always impressed with the friendliness and efficiency of the s... » More
I played today, 6-19-17, with leef2020 who had extended a Meet & Play invitation. I am always impressed with the friendliness and efficiency of the staff. It’s nice dropping off my bag by the parking lot and then having it on a cart waiting for me behind the clubhouse. I’ve never used the driving range but the practice area is great with large hilly areas around the chipping green and a large deep bunker. The sand was so deep that I knew I’d have to be sure not to get in any on the course or I’d be in big trouble. The course conditions were amazing. The fairways were completely lush like beautiful carpet. On the first hole the footing was very uneven on the tee box but all the others (forward) were level. The greens were soft, smooth and fast with not too many ball marks. I have played here a couple of times before but I didn’t remember how tricky some of the greens are with big ridges and slopes. Other than the round taking just short of 5 hours, it was a very good day. I definitely recommend the course and look forward to playing again.» Close
I played yesterday with a GN Hot deal for $14. I wanted to walk a shorter course and I’ve only played there once since the renovation and was curious ... » More
I played yesterday with a GN Hot deal for $14. I wanted to walk a shorter course and I’ve only played there once since the renovation and was curious to see how things were progressing. I arrived about 30 minutes before my tee time - with a completely flat tire. I knew I had to attend to that before playing. The girl in the pro-shop said it was no problem, the course was wide open so I go out later. (The auto club had the tire changed in 20 minutes so I actually got to start right on time.)
The new clubhouse looks great. It has a nice modern look with several tv screens, a bar and patio tables all around. I was surprised at how many people were hanging out there. It had a very happy vibe.
The course was fun. Many of the holes are pretty much the same as prior to the renovation, and a few are completely different. I think there used to be a lot more big trees on the front. There are some nice hills and a couple of holes with water. The tee boxes were level but pretty chewed up. Some fairways were very green with good coverage, others were very thin. The rough varied from patchy to long and lush. The greens were smooth and fast and the bunkers had decent sand.
I finished in 2 hours. It was very enjoyable and good short game practice. I will definitely be back.» Close
I played here Sunday, 6-11-17, on my way home from my earlier round at Arrowhead. I wanted something cheap and no frills, just to complete the golf fi... » More
I played here Sunday, 6-11-17, on my way home from my earlier round at Arrowhead. I wanted something cheap and no frills, just to complete the golf fix for the day. This was only my third time playing here in a 12 years and it hasn’t changed a bit. The way it winds around the houses with narrow holes seemingly put anyplace they could squeeze them in, reminds me a lot of Shorecliffs. Although the conditions are so shabby that my first instinct is to say ‘what a dump’, I have to admit I that like it. There are some really fun and challenging holes with a lot of big elevation changes and some really tough blind shots. The greens were actually really nice. They were soft and rolled fast medium. There were very few ball marks and fresh ones repaired cleanly. All the grass within 20 yards or so of the green was also in great shape. Everything beyond was thin to bare, rutty, bumpy, holey, making for a real spine-jarring ride! It’s really a shame that the course isn’t kept up better. If it was I’m sure I’d play there more often but for now, every couple years will do.» Close
I played Sunday 6-11-17. I had this round planned for a few weeks so I was very happy to see some positive recent reviews. I used a Group Golfer deal... » More
I played Sunday 6-11-17. I had this round planned for a few weeks so I was very happy to see some positive recent reviews. I used a Group Golfer deal and played solo. The course was fairly empty so I got out a bit earlier than my 11am tee time. I was a bit disappointed that they don’t have logo balls but the guy in the shop was very nice and comp’d me a ball marker – gotta have something for the collection!
The course was great. The fairways are flat, wide, and lined with big trees. There is no signage marking the holes but with the help of the map on the scorecard it wasn’t hard to find my way around. Everything from tee to green was lush and green with hardly a divot to be found. It’s nice to see a course where the players are so obviously diligent in doing their part to keep the course in good condition. The greens were firm and pretty fast. I was impressed with the razor-sharp edging around the greens and the cups. The several bunkers I found were all in good shape with clean, soft, well- raked sand. The only bad thing on the course was just about every ball washer was broken, dry and encrusted with bird droppings. I didn’t ask, but I would assume fixing those is in the plans.
I finished in 3 hours. I really enjoyed the course and would like very much to play there again.» Close
I played yesterday, Monday 6-5-17. It was my first time and I was joined by GK’r Robule. We got a great price with a GN hot deal. My first impression ... » More
I played yesterday, Monday 6-5-17. It was my first time and I was joined by GK’r Robule. We got a great price with a GN hot deal. My first impression was that it looked very similar to many other desert courses, but the clubhouse was very different. It’s beautiful with a mid-century modern look to it. I was not impressed, however, with the customer service. I was not greeted by the starter who was right outside by the parking lot, nor by anyone in the pro-shop. They don’t have a driving range, but do have a hitting area into a net. The putting greens and chipping areas are really nice.
The fairways are in great shape as is the rough, which was thick, but short. There weren’t any notable brown or bare spots. The wide fairways are dotted with so many tiny pot bunkers that it’s a wonder I didn’t end up in more than a couple of them. The sand was good, though varied in depth and some were a little damp. The greens were firm and rolled medium speed. There were very few fresh ball marks to repair but there were plenty of scars from un- or poorly repaired marks. There are a lot of homes along it but being mostly single story, flat-roofed houses they are very unobtrusive. The course is basically flat with plenty of undulations, water and colorful vegetation to make it very attractive- and lot of fun! We finished in 3.5 hours. I thoroughly enjoyed it and would love to play there again.» Close
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