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Played yesterday morning. As they were able to cut the fairways last week, most of them had dried out very nicely. Still a big problem on #18 right at the 150 marker, as runoff has it muddy/wet and all roped off. The tee boxes were all playable. Bunkers had been cleaned and raked. Rough has not been cut and is high and a brute. Greens all putted well, held shots well all round. Exclent customer service in shop from Alex. As it is expected to rain tonight and during the day tomorrow, no doubt conditions will not be optimal over the next few days.
Out this AM. Caught the course as it was coming out of drying out. Lots of maintenance going on and the place needs it. Fairways are lush but need mowing which they were doing today but it did not help we early golfers. Traps are horrible and need lots of work. Rough is deep and diffiult and again they were cutting that today. Tee boxes have been cut and played fine. Greens were being mowed behind us so we did not benefit but they were playable though slow due to dampness. Customer service was excellent at all levels of interaction with employees. I have no doubt the course will be in better shape next week after a nice week of maintenance and sunshine. We shall see.
Played this morning hoping it would be warmer? Nope. Cold to start warm when we finished. But at least we did not pay holiday rates. Course is rounding into shape and looking pretty good. Tee boxes were all playable. Fairways have good coverage, have been mowed and give good lies and roll out. Traps were not in good shape after the weekend play. So hopefully maintenance gets to them. But people still appear not to know how to use a rake. Rough was thick and sticky outside of fairways. + there are a lot of OB areas to contend with around the course. Greens were clean and firm early AM. Lots of unrepaired ball marks from weekend as well. But other than that they putted really well. Great customer service from Gina in the shop and the starter downstairs. Great little coffee shop/snack bar next to the starter open at 6AM and good selection and prices for drinks and food. I sincerely hope they can keep the wolf from the door and continue to operate. They certainly are getting a lot of play.
Played this afternoon. Tee boxes all good. Fairways dry good lies and roll out. Traps are hit and miss due to lack of raking by players. Rough dry and not an issue. Greens are in good shape except 6 which is under repair. Excellent customer service at all levels.
Played this AM. Tee boxes were all fine. Fairways need mowing so all lies not great but had good roll out. Traps were all full of footprints. No raking by recent players or workers. Rough was wet and penal. Greens all in good shape for putting but did hold shots and gave some roll out. Customer service excellent at all levels with employees. I expect better conditions as warmer weather arrives.
Took my 2 grandaughters here yesterday to play the Par 3 while their Mom was at the Mall in Torrance. Had not used the Par 3 for many years. Found the course layout of 18 holes to be a good venue for the youngsters to learn and work on their golf game. The course was in good shape and I found no real issues with it. Price was reasonable for both Juniors and adults and the flow of the course was not an issue. I would recommend this course for those looking to play with juniors and teach them the game of golf.
Played Friday filling in the 4. Found the course in dry conditions so the fairways gave good roll out. Lies were questionable most of the round. Tee boxes on par 3's are in need of work. Traps were OK but could be better. Greens rolled well on all holes. But the big problem here is groups of 5. Many of these are walkers and it slows play tremendously. On # 3 we had 5 on the green, 2 groups of 5 and our group of 4 waiting. The price for Sr play is $22 and add $15.50 for a cart. $37.50 is not worth the price for the condition the course is in at present. The course gets over played but the conditions seem to constantly be less than optimal. I cannot recommend at present.
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.
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.
Played today with some friends who had a mid morning time. When I found out that LV was no longer allowing 5's I was in. Found a whole new staff now running LV and felt that customer service could have been a bit better. Same marshal at the first tee so that was nice. Very much like the remodel of the cafe. Course is in nice condition at the moment. Good coverage in the fairways and decent roll out. Some areas need mowing in the rough areas, as the wire grass is growing rapidly. Although I was told there is a new local rule that allows free drop from that horrible stuff. Traps were a bit compacted but playable. Tee boxes were all fine, though some of the par 3's need markers moved around as they are getting too much play. Greens were firm and fast. Had not seen them like this in a long time and made for a fun round of putting. Our POP was at 4.5 hours but did not seem that way. The groups ahead kept pace and the marshal was out taking notice. Started out cool then warmed up, got cool again but we were fortunate to not have any really bad winds. Glad to have been able to play here again. Though the drive home was not fun. One of the many reasons I like to play early most of the time.
I thank sdscratchorbust for the first post of this course. I like he, have been wanting to play here but wanted to see at least one review before I made my trip. There has been a lot of hype about this place but to see a review from a GK member is gold IMO. His review is excellent and I won't make any attempt to override any of it, just put in highlights from my trip. Travel to Loreto from LAX is excellent on Alaska Airlines. Travel time in the air is a great 2 hours. Leaves plenty of time to arrive, unpack and go play golf. Which is what we went for and got much more than we expected. We did not do the "all inclusive" but did the "all golf" offer. We played 90 holes in 3 days and almost always had the course to ourselves. No doubt going between Christmas and New Years was the right plan. The resort accommodations are great, food is terrific (especially the seafood) and Danny Garcia and his staff run a top notch golf course. We had some concerns about going to MX but with sdscratchorbust's review we knew we had nothing to worry about if we just went to play golf and stay on the property. Which is exactly what we did. But we did not play barefoot or shirtless as sdscratchorbust did. We preferred to not come home sunburned in the wrong areas, or step on any of the tarantulas that roam the property. The views are unbelievable, food is delicious, and drinks are exceptional. The hotel offers trips to town for a modest fee. The golf course is one of the best in Mexico I have played, with unparalleled views of the desert, mountains, and the Sea of Cortez. And the 17th hole is one that will stay in ones memory for a lifetime. Especially at sunrise. Fishing is said to be exceptional, ATV tours, tennis, snorkeling, and paddle boards are all available for those not planning to just golf. From the moment we arrived at the resort until we left for home we were treated like family from all resort staff. The meals were excellent at all 3 restaurants. As many of you know, I have had the opportunity to play a lot of golf in my lifetime. I put this course and location in my top ten without any hesitation. I highly recommend TPC Danzante, and I am certain you will not be disappointed. I plan on going back ASAP to play golf and a "little" fishing. A great buddy golf destination IMO.
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