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Played today. POP was 3.5 H. Course is in good shape at the moment. Tee boxes were all fine. Traps were playable. Fairways had good coverage and good roll out. Very little rough and what is is playable. Greens are in nice shape and have good speed. Excellent customer service. Though $7 dollars for a hot dog at the turn was a bit much LOL.
Lucky we missed the wind Tuesday as we played Rancho Del Sol in Moreno Valley. Just a great day, course is as maybe a little over priced for condition but that is today's cost to play golf. Greens were good, fairways playable, out of fairway not in anything but bad shape. Sand some thin some filled with that fluffy stuff I never get to practice in. Carts are newer and run well and still saw a few guys walking the course (not an easy walk) Two different nines with the Mountain Nine really a fun nine, and plays easier than it looks. a few "are we ever going to get there" par 4's on the front "Valley" nine are there to make the long hitters feel good and us short hitters wishing we made that boogie putt.
Played Sunday 1/22 in the Malbon tournament. First time making the trek to Borego and it was most definitely worth the drive. Just an incredible setting for a golf course, absolutely nothing but desert and beautiful mountainous backdrops.

Teed off at 12:20 shotgun with probably a 10-15mph wind that died down later in the round. Playing downwind you can really get some distance off the tee especially if you hit the fairways because you'll get lots of rollout if you hit the slopes just right. Every tee box was perfect and level, just about every fairway was nice and green (there were some GUR areas but honestly I hardly noticed and never hit near them), rough was medium and fairly easy to hit from. If you can keep your ball in play (not spraying it into the desert/brush) you should find yourself with an excellent lie. Lots of bunkers of course but they all had beautiful fluffy sand in them. Greens are super tough. Big with tiers and undulation. Gotta hit approaches to the right spots or else it'll be easy to 3 putt. Some holes also have water which adds another element to the fun. Just an all around wonderful golf experience in a pretty special location. Would definitely head back out there and stay nearby to play multiple times
I played on Monday with the GK/Golf Moose event. The previous reviewer was spot on and there's very little for me to add, but I'm a-gonna try!

I found the greens to be on the smaller side. There were a few ball marks here and there as well as some minor repairs. However, nothing too bad and it did not affect my putts. The speed was really nice: fast, but not too fast. Many greens are elevated in relation to the approaches, so knowing what to expect is helpful.

Tees, fairways, and rough were in great condition. Some holes were relatively flat from tee to green, while others had a lot of elevation changes. I really never had a bad lie; just a bad swing. Sorry to one of my playing partners, John. I shanked a short pitch into his back! Eventually, I started using my putter from well off the green and that seemed to work.

Visually, the course is beautiful and winds through a very nice residential neighborhood. Yeah, it's tight in some spots, but it was forgiving and much of the tightness was really a visual trick. I found the course to be very well maintained. I enjoyed my time here with fellow GKers and the course personnel were great to chat with. Thank you, Johnny, Golf Moose, and LPCC!
Played 1/24/23, some of the tee boxes are under repair and the tees are moved up, forgot exactly which ones but they’re mostly after the 5th hole.
Enjoyed an excellent GK / GM Outing at LPCC with excellent playing partners Johnny and Ron. Great Gents and excellent players!

I can best describe LPCC as a fun Players Course with no hole being the same. This course really kept you in check, but was never unreasonable. The layout was excellent! Really enjoyed this place!

LPCC is a very well-designed course that places premium on accuracy off the tee and into greens. The course features clear definition between its mid-sized fairways and rough areas, well placed bunkering on fairways and proximate to greens, along with some strategic water hazards, with medium sized and reasonably fast greens.

The course is sometimes flat, other times undulating, and sometimes hilly with elevation changes from tee to green, and offers some attractive views of localized mountains and orchards despite running through quality residential housing.

The course plays like a Championship Style layout. You will need to work the ball in both directions, as doglegs were a definite theme. Wind speeds were calm, peaking at 10 -15 mph when gusting. The course seemed to play longer than it's yardage for the most part, about one club for me. The course was very well manicured and in excellent condition. The course layout is rated a 4.5 out of 5, conditions are rated a 4.5 out of 5. I note the following:

Tee Boxes: Level and lush, no damage. Above average condition.

Fairways: Green at times tight. Excellent condition.

Greens: Green, medium-fast in speed, with medium softness. No damage observed. Speed about a 10.5. Excellent condition.

Sand: Well maintained, heavy, and firm. Above average condition.

Rough: rough was well defined from the fairway and green collars but not too overgrown, about 2 – 4 inches. Above average condition.

Waste Areas: Waste areas on various holes did not offer the opportunity of recovery due to their overgrown nature. Above average.

Driving Range: The range is excellent, hitting from artificial turf. You are on a mildly elevated perch hitting into a grass valley with green markers at 100, 150, 200, 225, and 250 yards. Range ran out at about 320ish. Range balls were your typical yellow rangers, but in very good condition.

Chipping Area: Compact in size and included a practice bunker. Condition and features were excellent.

Practice Putting Green: Ample in size and very well maintained. Practice greens seemed consistent with the speed of the course greens. Excellent condition.

POP: 4.5 hours – no wait was encountered on any hole.

The LPCC facility included a snack bar / restaurant, and a very nicely stocked pro shop. Service received was excellent. If looking to join a quality golf club with the emphasis on golf this is another really good one. Really enjoyed this course and certainly wish I could play it more often. If I lived closer, this would be one I would consider joining.

I endorse playing this track if given the opportunity. Looking forward to my next visit here. Thank you Johnny and GK for this outing.
Played Woodhaven last week and was amazed how well they have kept the course up even to the point of brand new range balls. Not a big fan of the sometimes narrow fairways but with nice green grass everywhere it widens up some. Greens were in great shape and putted nice, sand was mostly very playable and fairways were very good. Not a long course so a few more chances for birdie on the short 4's and 5's. Couple of risk reward holes over or around water. In the past I would not recommend this course but now I felt it was worth the fair.
Played the Oaks/Creek nines on a nice Saturday afternoon. The early morning frost delay pushed our start time back an hour which pushed our finish into the darkness. I asked why we would be charged the morning rate when we were not starting until the afternoon. It took a little complaining to have them charge us the afternoon rate. We had scheduled the tee time to be able to finish before darkness. Anyways the course was still CPO which added to the long round but it was obvious it was the right choice. The entire course was all GREEN from tee to green and in between. Most all of the tee boxes were in great shape with good coverage. The rough was not too long but locating your balls in it wasn't real easy. The fairways were all really damp and soggy in places. The lift, clean and place was necessary on almost every hole with no roll and plugged fairway shots. The traps were in need of a raking and many had standing water in them. The greens were in nice condition but many had tons of ball marks that were not repaired. Shots into the greens held well and they were still fairly quick with less break than usual. The course gets so much weekend play and many of those out there are not really good at fixing their marks or raking the traps. I'm sure that the CPO rule will be lifted by the coming weekend which will speed up play. Highly recommended
So after T R I went to Rustic Canyon. Got right out with a great group. Course is in winter condition (fairways brown) but they give a great roll out. Until the wind comes up, which it did when we hit the back 9. Great downwind, difficult into it. Tee boxes all fine. Traps playable. Greens played fast and gave one a run for their money all round. Great customer service in the shop. Sr rate $45with card.
Played this AM. Sent out first as my other two did not show. POP 2.5 H. Course has come through the rains in one piece, but still has issues. CPO this morning on 4, 5,6,9,15 and you can see why. Any course that has the fairways below the cart paths will see significant water build up. But they are working on it to get it back into shape. Rough is thick and nasty. Other than the fairways, the tee boxes were fine. Traps were playable. And the greens were fast even with the tiny holes that had been punched. No matter uphill, downhill, side, etc. they were fast. Don't get me wrong, the course is playable and I would put it at 80% but you will have some fairways issues until they totally dry out (# 12 is still wet from 100 yards in to the green). Sr rate has gone up from $48 to 50 but still a good value IMO. Customer service in shop was great. It would be unfair to rate the course at this time.
It was nice finally get to play without having to endure cart path only restrictions. One hour frost delay, but since it was so empty, did not have to "shot-gun" ahead as is the normal procedure here. Actually, a beautiful morning to play golf, once it warmed up.

The greens were just verticut, so they have regained some of their speed. Much more enjoyable to putt on the quicker greens, which I have grown accustomed too. Fairways still have too many bare spots, but for the most part are decent. They have recently refreshed some of the greenside bunkers with new sand, and it makes a world of difference, both from a visual as well as a playing standpoint.
Able to snag a last minute cancellation at Navy Destroyer for our foursome.

Ventured out at 12 pm yesterday. Greens have recovered nicely from the well issues. In fact, some of the dried out lakes have water in them including Hole #7 and Hole #13 (both beautiful holes). Greens running at 10/11. Fairway was lush, a little soft (watch the turf interaction on soggy soil with wedges). Tee boxes fine and wind was blowing 10 to 15 all day long. POP was slow because of the wind. Sand was wet and damp. Clubhouse was packed with patrons with great food and beverage prices. Hit a monster drive on 18 from the whites (285) and was still 35 yards behind the Tiger Tree from the tips.
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