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Orange County; San Diego County
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Last Updated: April 13, 2015
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Played the Canyon / Ranch combo yesterday. I haven’t played here in a few months and was happy to be back. Both courses are in good to great shape, ... » More
Played the Canyon / Ranch combo yesterday. I haven’t played here in a few months and was happy to be back. Both courses are in good to great shape, with Canyon being better than Ranch. The only down side to Ranch were the greens were still showing signs of recent vericut. It didn’t affect roll that much but did seem to keep the ball from staying on the green.
Tee boxes were in great shape, nice and lush with plenty of flat area to hit from. Fairways were nice with extra roll. Seemed a little dry but what course in SD isn’t dry right now. No real rough to speak of and wasn’t an issue. Greens are great on Canyon but ok on Ranch. Canyon held shots and rolled at a good speed, not to fast but not too slow. Made it around without hitting a bunker, but they looked ok, maybe a little crusty.
Pace was great and if you can find a deal, check Costco and Groupon, may be worth playing. Only downside is cart didn’t have a pencil and one of the sand bottles was empty. For what they charge I think those kinds of things shouldn’t happen. Maybe it’s just me being picky.» Close
Played this am and course is in OK shape, tee boxes are browning up and some are pretty beat up. Same can be said of the fairways. Still mostly green ... » More
Played this am and course is in OK shape, tee boxes are browning up and some are pretty beat up. Same can be said of the fairways. Still mostly green but starting to show a lot of brown. Sand is pretty bad and hard to play from. Greens are lush and green but very slow! I would only play here for the next month and with a good deal. Otherwise you are better off waiting till after they overseed in October.» Close
Played Arrowood for the first time yesterday with David in our GK cup 12 match. Got paired up with two singles at got out on the tee right after 200p... » More
Played Arrowood for the first time yesterday with David in our GK cup 12 match. Got paired up with two singles at got out on the tee right after 200pm. Course is in good to great condition.
Tee boxes were mostly level and easy to play from. A few of the par 3 boxes were beat up but still able to find a patch of grass. Fairways were frim and dry and gave plenty of roll. Not lush looking but never had a problem hitting from them. The rough was not really a factor. Greens were nice, lots of unrepaired ball marks, but none really affecting roll. Sand was hit or miss. Some greenside bunkers had nice white sand and others had hard dirt.
I really enjoyed the layout of the course. It is a fun course with lots of different types of shots. It I lived closer I would definitely play the course more often.» Close
Played willow today with a mid-morning round. Got a free dozen golf balls for maintaining my gold card with them. The dozen can be Pro V1 or any oth... » More
Played willow today with a mid-morning round. Got a free dozen golf balls for maintaining my gold card with them. The dozen can be Pro V1 or any other brand, pretty cool. Picked the new chrome Soft with the Tru-Vis American flag. It was the day after Memorial day and I thought it was appropriate.
Course is in ok shape. Tees and fairways are good, nice and lush but could use a fresh cut. Rough was taller than normal and made you think but you shouldn’t lose a ball in it. Sand was playable, not the best but better than most courses in SD.
Greens were poor. They must have just punched them in the last week! (yes I did check but Johnny dropped the ball as no alert on file…….JUST KIDDING…. I know some courses will refuse to say when they are doing maintenance) Greens were bumpy and wouldn’t hold a line. I wish they would have said something at check in. I would give it at least 2-3 weeks before coming out to play.
If you have the gold card then the course is a reasonable deal. They keep increasing the cart fee which is starting to make the green fee a little pricey. The course is walkable with a few small hills if you are interested, this would help with the green fees.» Close
Played Admiral Baker north Monday morning. Cost has gone up for non-military players to $51 with a cart, a little steep for this course. Check in wa... » More
Played Admiral Baker north Monday morning. Cost has gone up for non-military players to $51 with a cart, a little steep for this course. Check in was less than stellar with a counter person who said all of three words to me, not looking for a hug or anything but at least be thankful I am spending my money at your course.
Starter was friendly and got us out 15 minutes early. Course didn’t seem too busy in the early AM. Everything looked good from the first tee. Tee box was nice and fairway was green, not lush but playable. First green was smooth but a little slow for my liking. Saw a lot of repaired ball marks.
Course was in about same condition all the way through 18. Nothing to complain about but nothing to brag about either. Was in a couple of green side bunkers and they were very playable. Probably better than most bunkers in San Diego.
Pace of play was great in under 4 hours. All in all, still a fun course and decent conditions. Price may keep me from coming back soon.» Close
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