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Played here on a warm sunny Monday. Booked a tee time at 10:00 on their website for $39. I arrived about 30 minutes early and was sent right out as a single. I caught up with a threesome on the 5th hole and waited on every shot after that. It looked liked there were two groups ahead of them trying to play as a group of 6 and they were at least 3 holes behind. Never saw a marshal all day. Still played in a little over 4 hours.
Tee boxes were mostly good but several were in need of cutting and on some you had a hard time finding a level spot.
Fairways are dormant and winter thin so you get great roll out with some tight lies but still very playable. This along with the rough being almost nonexistent in some places shots a little off line can run off the edges and into areas where your ball is lost.
I was in several bunkers and they had plenty of soft sand but one had way too many rocks.
The greens are in very good shape with very few old ball marks. They ran quick and true.
I like the layout here with some challenging par 3’s. Lots of elevation changes here and 18 is just a really fun tee shot. Seems like the ball stays in the air forever.
The kitchen was closed for food and there was no cart or marshal on the course. The pro shop attendant and the starter were friendly and helpfull.
I drove by the range after the round and the setup now allows you to pull you car right up to the covered stalls. If you lived close it would be a good place to spend some time to work on your game.
Played here 2/20 with a 9:10 tee time. Started out overcast and cool but soon warmed up when the sun broke thru and it was a very enjoyable day for golf.
Most of the tee boxes were good with the exception of several par 3’s which were pretty beat up.
The fairways were some if the best i've seen this winter. Good coverage and very green healthy grass. Rough was varied some thick and juicy and some very thin and dry.
The greens were very firm and hard to stop everything but a very high well struck shot. Very few ball marks with consistent roll.
The bunkers were the low point of the conditions. None had more than 1/2 of sand/dirt on top of hard pan. Many of them had more gravel than sand.
Pace was right at 4:45 and we waited on most shots. A couple of the par 3’s had three groups backed up. Never saw a marshal all day.
Overall for the $39 senior rate a good value.
Played here on 2-16 which was a fairly busy Sunday morning. I had never played here before and having read the previous reviews I did not have high hopes. This is probably the worst conditioned LA county course I have played.
Tee boxes were a mixed bag, some very thin and beat up and some looked like the had not been cut in a week.
Now i understand that its winter and don't expect lush fairways but these are just plain terrible. Lots of dried out areas some just dirt and big clumps of weeds which give you some crazy bounces. Lots of leaves both on the fairways and in the rough.The rough was not much better just a little longer.
The bunkers have zero sand and most are just compacted dirt.
The greens had good coverage but were really bumpy and very slow. They looked like they had not been cut or rolled in days.
Now for a Sunday morning the pace of play was decent at about 4 1/2 hours and the staff at checkin was friendly. We never saw a cart all day.
Only reason I played here was my son in law lives very close and is a very new golfer so it was a good place for him otherwise I don't think I would go back until conditions improve.
I also played here with the GK group and what a fun day. I always enjoy playing with GK'ers and today was no different.
The course was as described in the previous reviews and always a good test and a very fun track. I had never played here in winter and the fairways were a little tighter than I like but still nice to hit from.
The staff was great from the guy who meets you at your car to pick up your clubs to the server in the bar afterwards. Only complaint was no cart today and the halfway house was closed.
Thanks Johnny for setting this up. Looking forward to more of these midweek outing in the future.
Played here today 2-7 and what a mistake it was. The course is in poor condition. The fairways are winter thin but there are a lot of dried out areas.
The tee boxes are thin,hard and really have a lot of divot damage.
The bunkers were the best part today ( I was in way too many today) they had good sand and most were well raked.
The greens are a disaster! They have some kind of fungus and dead spots which made them really bumpy and very tough to hold your line.
Even though we waited on every tee box pace of play was only 4 1/2 hours even though it seamed longer.
The rough varied in length and there was a lot of leaves under the trees. I lost one ball in the leaves.
With conditions like this it will be awhile before I head back here.
Played on Wed 2-5 and booked 9:49 tee time on their website. check in was smooth. Went out to putt and then over to the first to find it backed up. Teed off about 15 minutes late and was paired with a couple of nice guys who play here often.
Tee boxes were level and had good coverage. A couple of the par threes were a little beat up but playable.
The fairways are dormant bermuda and hard and fast with lots of roll. Made for some tight lies but playable.
The rough was hit and miss. Short and thin in places and longer and thick in others.
The greens held shots well and rolled quick and true. Very few old ball marks.
The only negative was the pace of play which was close to five hours. We waited on almost every shot.
Saw the cart quite often. Never saw a marshal all day.
Overall a decent track and enjoyable but the drive with traffic is tough so I’m not sure i will play here again soon.
Played here Fri. 1-31 on a warm clear day with just a little bit of wind at times.
Had a 10:49 tee time and was moved up one slot to 10:40 and played as a threesome. Pace of play was 4:15 and we waited on a few hole behind a foursome who were playing from the blue tees but several of them hit drivers on the par threes. Now in my opinion if you do that you are not playing the correct tees.
The course is in great shape right now. Fairways with great coverage and cut thin so you get good roll out. The only complaint I had with the tee boxes was that some were pretty hard and it was tough to get a tee into.
Rough is about 2" deep and made you work to get out. I was only in a couple of fairway bunkers and they were a little this but very playable.
The greens are quick but held shots well. I saw very few unrepaired ball marks and never had a problem with them. Lots of run off areas around the greens so we had several shots that looked good only to watch them run off the greens.
The check in was smooth and very friendly. We saw the cart 3-4 times during the round and the girl who drives it is really friendly and aware of people hitting. She always waited until you were between shots to drive up.
Overall a great day to play at my favorite track and I will be back soon. Can't beat the midweek senior rate for such a quality track.
Played here Monday 1-13 with fellow GK'er Tony Barret and his brother in law Ray. We Teed off about 10:15 and the pace of play was about 4 1/2 hours. We played at a very leisurely pace and had a great time. Nice warm day with no wind.
The course is in good winter condition with the fairways mostly good coverage with a few thin spots. The rough was short and no troble getting out of.
I was in a few bunkers and they were a mixed bag. Some nice sand and some pretty thin but playable.
The greens ran at medium speed but had way too many unrepaired ball marks.
They now have a food truck at the clubhouse and they had pretty good breakfast burritos and sandwiches'
Overall a good day and we will be returning to play Wilson in a couple of weeks
Played here Sat 1/11 with my monthly mens club. They always treat us great here and this time was no exception. They set us up with a shotgun start,include range balls and lunch.
The staff was very organized and friendly all around.
The course conditions were in very good. Tee boxes good and not too beat up.
Fairways were super green and lush. I saw a couple of dry spots but no bare dirt.
Rough is only about 1 1/2” and not too hard to get out of.
The only thing that needs attention are some of the bunkers. A few were a little thin but still playable.
The greens and a few too many unrepaired ball marks but still putted fine. They held shots well.
Overall a great day in Palm Springs with blue skies snow on the mountains and barely any wind. I did notice that the wind was really blowing on the way home once I got to the windmills.
There are some restored WW2 planes flying out of the airport there and they were fun to watch.
Played here Wed 1/8 Teed off about 8:20 and played with a couple of other seniors who play here often. Really fun guys to play with.
Tee boxes were ok with some divot damage. The fairways are dormant bermuda and winter thin which made for some very tight lies.
The rough was almost non existent and only about 1 inch long. Greens were in decent shape with. a few too many ball marks. They were running medium speed and if you were above the hole you had better put it in or it will just keep on going.
Pace of play was right at 4 hours and we were never pushed and only waited on the foursome ahead of us a couple of times.
Checkin was quick and I was on the tee in about 10 minutes after putting for awhile.
Weekday senior rate is $48 which is a little high but not too bad.
Went out to play here again monday Jan. 6 Walked on around 8:15 and got straight out to the tee.
Not much has changed here since I was here last month except they have lost several large trees I assume from the recent wind and rain. One of the largest trees on the property was down across the 10th fairway and the crews were in the process of cutting and hauling it away.
They also have brand new carts. No GPS but they do have a USB port.
Tee boxes are a little beat up and the fairways are a little thinner than last month. There are a few soggy/wet areas but overall I had decent lies.
A couple of bunkers had standing water and others looked a little wet.
Greens were real good and hard to putt if you end up above the hole.
Overall a fun course in decent winter shape.
Played here 12-16 on cool morning using the L.A. county senior card. Riding for $28.75. I walked on and was on the tee box in less than 10 minutes.
Was paired up with two other seniors who live in the Arcadia area.
Tee boxes were level but had some sparse coverage in areas.
Fairways were very well covered and green with very few bare/brown spots.
Rough was about 2" deep but not too dense so getting out was not too tough.
I was not in any traps but my playing partners found several and both commented that the sand was nice and fluffy.
The greens were running at medium speed and had a few too many ball marks but they still putted fairly true.
This track has a lot of mounding in the fairways and it makes for some blind shots if you end up in the bottoms.
Pace of play was not an issue. We only waited a couple of times on some of the par 3's.The par 3's here are long even from the white tees.A couple are close to 200 yards.
Only complaint would be the noise from sirens going to the hospital on the west side.
Overall a fairly challenging track in good condition for mid December.
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