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Played here on a cold Tuesday morning. Super friendly at pro shop and especially the starter. Course is generally in good shape. Wide fairways, but well defended greens. Fast firm fairways. Greens were quick but rolled true. Very firm also, anything hole high bounced to the back of the green and good chips had a shocking amount of rollout. Bunkers were variable in condition, with some of them having very thin, penal sand. No chance to try out food or bev service of any kind.
After the slew of recent GKer reviews from the outing, not too much to add but like to comment again about the superb greens, fairways and overall condition of the course. Challenge and design of this course is just right in my opinion. Mix of very different holes that will make you use every club in the bag. Frequent visits by 2 very friendly cart girls. One blemish-I’m not too keen that as we were starting we were informed that a 4th would be joining our threesome and the starter politely asked us to give up our carts and ride up together as strangers. We were offered a cart that had a divider, but it would be better if they informed us at check in and given the option of paying extra for our own cart-on top of the $153 we already paid to play. I know courses are trying to max revenue, but there’s got to be a better way of handling this.
Played here on a Friday morning for $99. Quite a deal for that price as Shadowridge is at least as good as other CV courses that cost 50-75% more. Greens are smooth and average speed but challenging as everything breaks. Fairway lies are not plush but good coverage and ball sits just enough. Nice fluffy sand in most bunkers. It’s a Faldo course. Not sure how much input he had in the design but several holes had us cussing out Sir Nick as bunkers are placed in tough spots with false fronts you can’t see from the fairway. Lots of very long and very short par 4s. No food or cart service due to Covid.
Played the Boulder course a week after it came out of hibernation. Fairways and tee boxes are immaculate. Nice sand in bunkers. Greens while smooth rolling remain sloooow. Strangely for as slow as the greens were, they had signs ant and noticeable runout after approach shots or pitches. A bit pricey at $79 weekday am, but that’s probably the going rate in the PS area once the season starts up. Friendly check in and Cart girl, did not stop to eat.
Played here Wed am a couple of weeks after aeration. Greens which the last time we played here were surprisingly good have taken a turn for the worse. Bumpy, pock is marked in spots and some greens seem like those infested with nematodes like at Yucaipa. Fairways are as usual scruffy. Bunkers seem to be groomed up and dirt (not sand) in them relatively soft. Doing a lot of work on the tee boxes and some areas of the fairway, so they’re trying it seems. As always, all the staff especially the nice lady in the snack bar are friendly. Despite its flaws, this course is popular and still a decent value due to price and free breakfast/lunch/drink/range balls as part of the deal for $35 weekday,
Beautiful views on a tight, challenging course. Poor value when considering the price of this course and the condition of the greens, lots of unrepaired ballmarks and bumpy in spots. Fairways are thin but playable, tee boxes are beat up as well. Pace of play was surprisingly good.
Snuck in a quick round on a Sunday afternoon. Terrific playing conditions, best greens I’ve putted on in a while. Fairway lies are good. Rough is gnarly especially around the greens. Course looks open and straightforward, but rather penal after you get your drive out there. Played ion a very hot afternoon which made it tough-very little shade out there. No cart service, but a halfway hut after 9 serves drinks and basic food. Everyone is really friendly and Covid conscious.
We’ve been eagerly anticipating the return of Moreno Valley Ranch, now Rancho Del Sol for a while. Glad to report it’s been worth the wait. Greens are in terrific condition-smooth, undulating and accept iron shots and pitches with minimum rollout. Fairways are thin and yellowish in color but playable. Sand in bunkers was good. Some rough spots off the fairway and GUR but all in all a great value for a $55 weekday morning round. Basically the same course we remembered except for #18 which is now a par 3. FYI-for the most part my GPS yardage was accurate except for this hole.

As before, front and back nines have a very different character with the back (Mountain) 9 reminding us of certain courses in Corona like Dos Lagos or Hidden Valley. Front nine is tougher in my opinion though.

Club house is still a work in progress, but there’s a very basic grill and bar with patio seating. Staff from the pro shop, starter and especially the young lady manning the snack bar are super friendly. Hats off to the management and ownership!
Got out to Yucaipa today. Looks like they’ve had some time to do some badly needed maintenance. Fairways were better than I’ve seen them in a long time. Greens are shaggy and slooow but better than before the shutdown. Lots of GUR though. Bunkers were better than any time in recent memory.

Course is very Covid conscious which I appreciate. Single riders per cart, no rakes in bunkers, good check in procedures. Had a kid driving around reminding people to keep their masks on. It’s been interesting to see the varied approaches to how to handle the flagsticks at different courses. Yucaipas is by far the worst. They tell you the flagsticks are removed and cups are in the center of the green. They put a tiny blue flag in the hole which you can barely see on the green and certainly not easily from the fairway. Bottom line, had lots of good iron shots very far from the hole. Other than that, just grateful to be out on a beautiful morning.
Got so itchy to get out that I made the long drive to Fort Mohave just outside Bullhead AZ to meet some friends for a round. Covid adjustments include allowing you to take separate carts if you wish (not mandatory), removing rakes in bunkers, and putting a foam ring inside the cup to bounce your ball off.

Los Lagos is a typical Ted Robinson design -nice friendly course with wide fairways that make it very playable but with some challenges presented by scenic water features plus mounding and bunkers arouond the greens. Fairways and teeboxes were in good shape, albeit thin in spots. Greens were very slow, but it looks like its because they are transitioning to the hot summer season. Surprisingly undulating for lack of speed. Some water hazards are not visible from the tee and losing a ball on my best drive of the day was a bit frustrating-so pay attention to the cart mounted GPS screen. (Sorry I don't remember which one)

Grill and cart service was friendly, but selection was limited-only chicken wings or hotdogs today. Good value at $49 on a Saturday morning. Just over a 3 hour drive from home in the 909, but no traffic and it wasn't unpleasant to get out on the open road after being home so much recently. Not a perfect setup, but compared to zero golf for me these days I was grateful to be able to get out on a nice sunny day.
Ok, the good part is that for $75 for out of towners this is a pretty good deal for the area as they throw in lunch and 2 beers. I’ve always liked this design, challenging but playable with such scenic mountains framing the greens. Some skinny lies, lots of GUR due to what looks to be recent flooding. Greens are smooth and medium quick but have lots of ball marks. Good sand in bunkers. I also love that this course is generally wind free.

Now the bad part. We had a teetime just after noon but were told at the pro shop they were running “a few minutes behind.” Try teeing off 45 minutes later. To make things worse, they were so busy with so many sloooow groups we never got to finish. Marshall came by and observed how far behind we were even though he could clearly see how long we were waiting for the green ahead to clear. Got dark at #16 and we had to stop. Lots of affluent touristy non golfers on course. If you know you’re running behind, and know the course demographics will play so slow, wouldnt it be fair to at least charge the twilight rate? Won’t be back if we can help it!
Played on a weekend with some out of town guests, I know it’s in the OC but dang $125 is kinda steep for what you get here. I’ve always enjoyed the cool views and challenge of this course with its elevation changes. The conditioning all around just doesn’t justify the price tag though. Thin fairways with lots of rollout lead to some long drives. Tee boxes are scalped with some uneven lies. Hot dog purchased at the turn was undercooked ugh.

I like this course layout so much I’ll probably be back but not real soon and certainly not during the weekend.
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