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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; San Francisco/North Bay Area; San Jose/South Bay Area; Oakland/East Bay Area; Sacramento Area; Fresno Area; Bakersfield Area; Modesto Area; Monterey Bay Area; Santa Cruz Area; San Luis Obispo Area; Las Vegas Area; Mesquite/St.George Area; Laughlin/Bullhead City; Phoenix Area; Tucson Area; Western Arizona; Northern Arizona; Eastern Arizona; Portland/Vancouver
What's in Kevin's Golf Bag
Callaway RAZR FIT 9.5
Ping G15 3 Wood
Adams Idea Tight Lies hybrid 3
Mizuno JPX 825 4-GW
Snake Eyes Putter
Balls: Various brands of new, well used, found, premium, discount, and freebies.
Tees: Various new, used, broken, tall, short.
Bottle opener, Advil, beer and cigars. Sometimes Scotch.
Last Updated: March 31, 2016
I enjoy playing new courses as much as possible and will golf anywhere. I like the challenge of tough courses, meeting new people, sunsets, holding hands, long walks on the beach...
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We played Sunday afternoon as part of the GK Cup 9 Championship. It was a great venue for the event as the temps were around 75 degrees and the course... » More
We played Sunday afternoon as part of the GK Cup 9 Championship. It was a great venue for the event as the temps were around 75 degrees and the course was in super shape for the Oxnard City Championship. The only negative was the City Championship allowed golfers to play Hole 18 down the fairway for Hole 1. More than a couple of us thought that was very risky and it did slow down play a little at first. The greens were running 13+ and the rough was shaggier than normal. A couple of areas were quite penal if you were unlucky enough to find them (right behind Hole 13, for instance, was a deep grass bunker). We were a threesome and all walked with push carts. It was a good workout, especially the few big hills. The sand looked good throughout the course. I hit from a fairway bunker on Hole 12 and there was an adequate amount of good quality sand. Overall, I liked the way the course played and the firm, fast greens were very fun to putt on. We used the GK Coupon and saved a few greenbacks! Thanks to JohnnyGK for setting this up!» Close
I played here for the first time last Thursday, going out as a single just before 4 p.m. It was wide open and I finished in just under 2 hours with a ... » More
I played here for the first time last Thursday, going out as a single just before 4 p.m. It was wide open and I finished in just under 2 hours with a cart. I paid $35 (resident rate), so big thanks to the course there. The course is really nice, except for the housing tract which lines it. I was scared I might hit a house, but they are (for the most part) far enough from the landing areas, except for hole 5. I am proud to say I did not hit anyone's property. Greens were very nice; maybe a little on the medium side of speed, but it was not super slow. They rolled smooth and there were very few ball marks as the afternoon winds seem to dry the course down a little. Lots of undulation and chances to play some break here and there, especially hole 18. Good rollout on the fairways, too. The rough was inconsistent; not too penal in some areas and somewhat heavy in others (especially around the greens). I will play the course again when in the area.» Close
DKnight and I played here Sunday morning, riding for $68 at 9:58 a.m. I paid $5 for a small bucket of range balls which we shared on their all-grass r... » More
DKnight and I played here Sunday morning, riding for $68 at 9:58 a.m. I paid $5 for a small bucket of range balls which we shared on their all-grass range. Four hour POP, following a foursome, waiting on a few shots near the end. Good turf coverage everywhere; the rough and fairways are a little drier than what they have on the Lakes course, but very playable with good roll. The greens are also very nice; also, slower than the Lakes greens. I was in a couple of bunkers and both had good sand. Good times and great weather. Better play in the afternoon to get the best rates. Walking will save you $15.» Close
Played Sunday, 5/28/17, with kassper7 as part of our GK Cup 9 match play. We teed off around 7:00 a.m. and finished in a little over 4 hours, waiting ... » More
Played Sunday, 5/28/17, with kassper7 as part of our GK Cup 9 match play. We teed off around 7:00 a.m. and finished in a little over 4 hours, waiting on a few shots for the groups ahead. The course is in lush condition overall, with good grass coverage throughout from tee to green. We played the blue tees and most were fairly level except for a couple, but I don't remember which ones. The greens were in good shape; some showed signs of recovery from aeration, but it did not affect the roll. They did roll medium fast without any real bumpiness. We fixed several ball marks, but it wasn't crazy. I think we paid $35 to walk. They gave me a push cart without the $5 charge when I inquired about one, so great customer service there. Alhambra has a nice practice area, with a two-tiered range, putting, and chipping areas. Lots of fun holes with drivable par 4's and reachable par 5's.» Close
I played here last Friday after work; me and a buddy teeing off at around 3:50 p.m. I paid $17 to ride, he paid $6 on their monthly Players Club. The ... » More
I played here last Friday after work; me and a buddy teeing off at around 3:50 p.m. I paid $17 to ride, he paid $6 on their monthly Players Club. The course continues to be in fine shape. They have really stepped up the maintenance on the course. In the past there was all kinds of litter from the many trees all over the place, but now it looks like they regularly rake it all up. Tee to green there is good amounts of grass growing, without the drought stressed look that has been so prevalent over the last few years at many courses. The greens ran medium fast, smooth, and it looks like most of them were edged (something that few municipal courses seem to have time or resources to do). There was some hydraulic fluid damage on nine green. Tees were mostly level and had good coverage. A few were well divotized as this is mostly par-3's. Sand looked nice, although I was not in any bunkers. The pace of play was a bit slow, but it was the beginning of a holiday weekend so there were a lot of players. We finished this par 60 course in 3 hours, 45 minutes.» Close
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