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Los Angeles County; San Bernardino County; Riverside County; Palm Springs Area; Orange County; San Diego County; Ventura County; Santa Barbara County; Las Vegas Area; Laughlin/Bullhead City
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I played Sat 4/1 with Gregholla, Cortard, and Greg's girlfriend Hilary. We teed of about 11:30 in gorgeous conditions of 70 degrees and light winds. H... » More
I played Sat 4/1 with Gregholla, Cortard, and Greg's girlfriend Hilary. We teed of about 11:30 in gorgeous conditions of 70 degrees and light winds. Having never played here and being recommended by Greg's boss I looked forward to playing a new course. First hole I lost a ball just outside the fairway. Rouhg was chunky and full of holes. We all lost balls that missed the fairway. After the first few holes we all started using alot more irons to play it safe.
The green were the highlight of the course, they were firm but provided great hold with a good shot. Not many marks or imperfections whatsoever. All putts were true and consistent.
Fairways were decent some lush and others a little brown and spotty. Rough definitely made things "rough" if you were in it.
Tee boxes were flat and in good shape with nothing really to complain about.
Overall a fun and challenging course but needs some work to compete with the rest of the inland empire courses. at $47 to play it seemed a bit much for the conditions. I think I may just be getting jaded with the epic conditions we have had with the rain. Hard to drive to a course like that when conditions are better at our home courses.» Close
Played the Classic course with Dconnolly for our GK Cup Match play. After playing the week before the greens seem to be healing up nicely. Greens were... » More
Played the Classic course with Dconnolly for our GK Cup Match play. After playing the week before the greens seem to be healing up nicely. Greens were soft but rolled medium speed and were fairly easy to read. Most puts stayed true to the line. One thing i noticed over last week was the amount of ball marks on the green. There was a ton of big deep ball marks left unrepaired. David is particular about walking his put and checking for debris or irregular greens. This is a great habit and makes you a more consistent putter. He also fixes every mark he sees which leaves greens better then he left them. It seemed like there were a lot more fairway divots then the week before. Fairways still had great roll and mostly lush. Pace of play was great for a Friday afternoon round at 4 hours. One thing I do have to bring up is the confusion of the starter. We were told to go tee off and had a group in front of us the had just driven up. The starter had to come out and get the other group off the tee box and they refused to leave. The single with us teed off with all four of the other group arguing with the starter right behind him on the tee box.... Besides that great round for a fair price!» Close
I played Mile Square with Gregholla on Sunday MArhc 26th. We had a 1:50 PM tee time and were paired with another twosome that didn't speak English. Fi... » More
I played Mile Square with Gregholla on Sunday MArhc 26th. We had a 1:50 PM tee time and were paired with another twosome that didn't speak English. First of we had called over the phone and booked at rate with cart for $27 but when arrived we were told that it will be $37 each when we arrived. After explaining that we were told the rate was lower the starter was rather short and rude and refused to work with us. We decided to pay the additional rate and let it go. Once we made it on to the course we were pleasantly surprised with great conditions besides the greens. Greens looked to have been very recently punched and sanded. They played super soft and any high shot plugged. Putting proved somewhat challenging for pretty simple breaks. We missed a few easy puts when our balls would take and random jump or direction change. Besides the greens, the rest of the course was in great shape. Fairways, tee boxes, and rough were all very plush for an community course. Some tee boxes had a decent amount of divots, mostly par 3s, but you could find a good lie. The couple sand traps we found were soft fluffy white sand and allowed for easy escape. Pace of play was great and we finished in just over 4 hours.» Close
I had a chance to play Oak Quarry for the first time Sunday 3/12/17 with Gregholla, Greg's girlfriend Hillary, and my dad. We had a 7:40am tee time an... » More
I had a chance to play Oak Quarry for the first time Sunday 3/12/17 with Gregholla, Greg's girlfriend Hillary, and my dad. We had a 7:40am tee time and were able to see an amazing sunrise while enjoying a fantastic breakfast burrito. After warm ups we were up on the tee box with no groups in sight. It was really nice to have open holes in front and no one breathing down our back. We enjoyed playing at our pace.
Course conditions were great besides the greens being punched and overseeded a week ago. Even with the punch marks and sandy conditions greens peformed pretty well. Most of the time you could get a decent true break without to many surprises. Occasionally you would get a bad hope or under putt due to slow speeds of the green. On the positive note green received shots surprisingly well with good hold and allowed spin. Fairways were pretty close to perfect, allowing drives to roll and roll. Rough was long and lush but not too hard to recover from. The only real negative I have is the sand traps were extremely soggy or puddled. I had a few extra bunker shots that I would have normally have recovered from first shot.
All and all a great day on a gorgeous course. I believe it was worth every penny and will definitely be going back. Breath taking views with all of the surrounding hills so green from recent rains. Do yourself a favor and play before things dry out and go back to brown.» Close
I was able to join some of the GK Gurus Sunday 2/26 for a mid day round at Westlake. I have to say I was quit impressed for an executive course. Cours... » More
I was able to join some of the GK Gurus Sunday 2/26 for a mid day round at Westlake. I have to say I was quit impressed for an executive course. Course was well manicured and in pretty decent shape considering all the rain we have had lately. All in all a great day on a challenging short course. It was nice to have to break out a few irons on par 4s and really think about your approach. Fairways were heavily bordered by large trees, so trying to rip the long drives to go for it didn't always pan out. The course was no doubt soggy, but managable. A few puddles and a decent amount of mud made for some interesting lies and muddy balls. Greens were surprisingly fast even though soft from the rain. Pin placement proved very challenging on many holes. The course was mostly lush besides the mud. Bunker were hit or miss depending on the amount of water. Pace of play was great and the course was rather empty. I would recommend playing if you are in the area to hone your short game and approach play.» Close
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