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Played The Crossings yesterday with an early tee time. Haven’t played this course in years and forgot how fun it really is. Was playing in preparation for a tournament and played the blue tees. Course was in great condition all around. Pace was good at 4 hours, they advertise to play early as the day goes on the pace gets worse.

Tee boxes were the weakest part of the course. Most were lush with just a little damage, but I felt a lot were un-even and not level. But that may just be me.

Fairways were lush and freshly cut. They gave a good roll and had lots of humps and bumps.

Greens were in great shape. Almost no ball marks and very few brown or discolored spots. The greens here are crazy, and it seems like almost every hole has a green with multiple tiers. Be careful where the pin is because I could see a lot of crazy putts. They were fast but not too fast and rolled well.

Rough was about 1-3 inches and made you think. You won’t lose a ball in the rough, but it definitely comes into play on club selection.

Sand was some of the best I have seen in SD. I did find two hard pan bunkers. One in the fairway of 18 and the other next to the green in 7. I was surprised by the one on the 7th hole because it was right next to the green. Still able to get out pretty easy from both. The rest had lots of nice white sand. My partner said it was a little to lose for his liking and he had some difficulty getting out of a few bunkers.

My only issue would be the price. Paid a decent rate because of the tournament but don’t think the course is worth the rack rate. If you find a good deal, then play early!
Played Riverwalk today using the coupon. $35 for this course is a good deal.

Tee boxes in good shape, blue and white were combined on most holes. Most were level and easy to play from. Fairways are a mixed bag. Most are good in the center but the more you go to the edges the worse they get. They need to do a better job of marking ground under repair. Sand was good, a little wet due to the rain but still playable. Greens were in good shape and most rolled well with just a few bumps here and there.

If you can get a deal it is still worth playing but I would not pay the regular rate.
So I decided to give Eastlake a try. I haven’t played here since before October of last year. I’ve been hearing the course was getting in better shape and was hoping it would be true but was unfortunately disappointed. Paid $40 with a cart which is not bad but still not worth the conditions of the course.

The tee boxes were in good shape fairly lush and level with very little divot damage. Fairways were very lush, nice and green with good coverage. I didn’t see any thin spots at all. The rough was thick and could be difficult to play out of at times.

The sand traps have all new sand in both the fairway traps and in the green side traps. Unfortunately the fairway traps are too soft and the ball settles down too far to get a good shot out of. The same thing happens with the green side traps and you usually end up with a fried egg.

If you were to stop here the course is actually in nice shape but unfortunately the greens are still in bad shape they say they are healing well. From what I saw they did not appear to be in any much better shape that they were late last year or earlier this year. They have put some type of different form of grass on the greens that is much different than those throughout the regular San Diego courses. I don’t know what type of grass it is but it is not a very nice appearance. I would say roughly half of the greens were still playing very slow and was very bumpy. The other half of the greens were in better shape and the ball rolled better but still far too bumpy. I’m hoping in the next few months the greens get better but I’m worried if it’s going to be a hot summer. I don’t know how the course is going to handle it.

I would say if you can find a good deal it might be worth playing. At $40 with the cart I would pass but if you can play at twilight round or if you can get it down to about $25 with the cart is probably worth playing.
Played the south course today. Course is in ok to good condition. $32 to walk is a fair deal. Course is flat and relatively flat and easy to walk. Tee boxes were ok most level and easy to hit from some with a decent amount of divot damage. Fairways were decent most were green and provided good spots to hit from. There were some bare spots in the middle of the fairway. Sand was good, mostly wet but playable. Greens were a mixed bag. Front 9 were good and back 9 were just sanded. Mostly rolled well with a few bumps here and there.

For the most part it is a fun course. Nothing to crazy and relatively short. If you come don’t expect country club conditions.
Played the Grand yesterday in a fundraising tournament. Course is in amazing condition. Everything from the range to the course is top notch. I know the normal green fee is high for this course but I could see paying it every few years to play this course. Everything was in great shape.

Tee boxes were level and great to hit from. Fairways were recently cut and gave some roll. Didn’t play from the rough because of the best ball format but I could see it would be a good challenge. Same with the bunkers. Greens rolled great at a fast speed and very smooth. If you get a chance to play here I would take it.
Played the canyon/ ranch combo today in the morning. Course handled the recent rains very well. Some areas of the fairways were covered in silt from runoff but nothing to bad.

Tees were great never had a problem and level. Fairways are dormant but still very playable. No real rough to speak off so not really an issue. Greens were great. Held shots well and still had great speed with all the rain. I was only in one bunker. Sand was wet and heavy but still got out ok. Had a great time on a great course.

If you haven’t seen the deal on Costco it is awesome. You would be hard pressed to find to good courses for $40 each.
Played both the 18 and 9 today. Most will remember the mission / presido is now the only 18 holes and the friars has been renamed the sunset 9. I’ll post a review for the sunset 9 also.

Course is in pretty good shape. It’s been a few months since I have played here. The recent rain has helped green the place up. Tee boxes were level with the par 3’s being the only boxes chewed up. The rest were in good shape. Fairways are getting better. Most were green with some brown spots. A couple times I had to move my ball to get an appropriate lie for hitting the fairway. Sand was in gods shape both fairway and greenside bunkers. Greens were the highlight, a little bumpy but nice coverage and rolled at a decent speed.

Take advantage of the offer on blog site and use the coupon. $35 for this course is a good deal.
Played 36 on the Champions course using the UNDERPAR deal. Not bad for $100 a golfer. Course wasn't busy so we got both rounds in before dark.

The course is in very good to great shape. Tee boxes were level some had a good number of divots but I was able to find a place for the tee and they were all level. Fairways were nice and lush green with good coverage. I saw a couple of thin spots and areas under repair but nothing that affected my shoots. Sand was a mixed bag, it was heavy and wet in the morning and in the afternoon seemed thin and hard to get out of? Greens were very fast and in great shape. Some showed repaired ball marks but nothing which affected the roll of the ball.

Fun course and if you can find a good deal I would definitely go out and play. Side note: Legends is about a week away from coming out of over seeding. Talked to some staff and they said the rough is very thick and the course is cart path only right now.
Wanted to give this course another try. Saw the last review was well over 2 years ago and it’s been at least that long since I have played here. They closed the lakes course a few years ago so Ivanhoe is the only 18 holes available.

Booked on line for this am at $33 with cart. They offer military discount to $30 with cart. They closed the original range and moved a small range to the lakes course. Not the best place for a range and had some old mats to hit from. They ask for irons only on the range. Good enough for a little warm up but no much more than that. They do have a couple of short game areas to practice though!

Got my cart and found no starter and was told to basically go when ready. Got on the first tee behind a five some but they actually played pretty fast. Round took about 4:15. Tee boxes we nothing great but decent enough for a tee. Some were a little uneven but wide enough to move to level ground. Fairways were a mixed bag. Most were good with decent coverage. Found some dirt and hard pan but mainly on the edges of the fairways. Bunkers had sand and small gravel but playable. Greens were ok. Most rolled well with no bumps but just didn’t look that great, plus lots of ball marks. No real rough to deal with unless you were way off track.

For $33 it’s not bad. You can walk for $10 less and it’s a pretty easy walk. If you don’t go in expecting to have lush conditions you won’t be disappointed. Just try to remember it was an inexpensive round.
Was in the area on Saturday and wanted to give this course a try. Got out around 9 on Saturday at what looked like a pretty busy time. They were doing split tees starting and we started on 10. Not sure why maybe they had a tournament going at the same time. Course is in really good shape.

Tees boxes were a little beat up but plenty of places to put a tee. Fairways were nice and lush with almost no brown or hard pan spots. Rough was thick and made you work to make a good shot. Wasn’t in a bunker but they looked very playable. Greens were nice and lush and showed subtle signs of punching. Speed was good but they were to bumpy for me and maybe need to be cut and rolled.

Pace was good for first 9 about 2:15 but the other 9 (front) slowed to a crawl. Took over an hour to play four holes. I could not handle the pace and left around the sixth hole. I saw to many groups out of position in front of us including one group which was a hole behind the pace. No Marshall on the course that I saw at least.

$60 for a weekend round is a good deal and would definitely give the course another try!
Played this am in about 4:15 pace. Course is in good overall shape. Just like most courses in San Diego it’s not lush but decent. Tee boxes were mostly good, didn’t have a hard time finding a place for the tee but some were a little uneven. Fairways are green with brown patches. Not a real issue if you keep it in the fairway, but if you miss the fairway a little expect a hard pan lie. Greenside bunkers were good but fairway bunkers were hard. Greens were the best part of the course. Back 9 greens were better then front but overall they are in good shape with medium speed. Course is walkable and they offer a different green fees for walking and riding. I will play the course again and if you can find a good deal I would suggest giving it a try!
Played Barona a few days ago getting out around 1pm. Course was pretty empty and only one person on the range. Practice facilities are great, big grass range and good chipping and putting areas.

Read the most recent review and it’s pretty spot on. Tee boxes are great with no issues. Fairways were painted green and pretty dried out with lots of roll. Really reminded me of what Carnoustie looked like on TV. While it doesn’t look lush I never had a problem hitting shots, still able to take a divot and didn’t destroy my wrists.

Greens were excellent and rolled true. There was no signs of the recent punching from maintenance. Sand was great and easy to play from.

Course price is high for an AM round but if you wait till 12 when they start twilight it’s not a bad deal. I really like the layout and always enjoy playing here!
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