First Santa Barbara golf course played since I've moved to Oxnard last July. Got the first tee time of the day since I had to be at work at 11, our tee time was at 6:30 am. I'm not going to gripe too much about it but the pro shop guy that opens the gates overslept and there was a line of cars waiting outside. He got there at about 6:15. Doesent bother me too much because we are all human and mistakes happen, wasn't his day not worth getting upset.
- This was probably my biggerst complaint about this course. If you are charging $57+ the tee boxes need to be level and repaired properly. There was not one single tee box that did not have sever divot damage that was not repaired with sand mix or anything. It literally looked like the driving range with divots everywhere. (2 out of 5)
- Can't complain they were lush and green. They were great, some areas a little thin or overwatered but oh well 90% were up to par. (4 of 5)
- They are definitely tricky to read. They rolled really nice and they were speedy. They had the pin placements at some good locations fun to get too or try at least. Greens were definetly the best maintained part of the golf course. (5 of 5)
- The course is pretty challenging. A lot of blind shots and target golf. First time around is pretty tough. Not knowing lines and that's ahead it's tough to play. I will definetly go back and play this course again. Some funky holes that are kind of like really?.. is it worth $57 (resident rate) I honestly don't think so. I wouldn't pay more than the $57. I had a good experience and recommend this course to everyone. Course (3 1/2 out of 5)» Close