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Played today around 11:30, finished in about 4.5 hrs, pretty good pace overall. A gorgeous day at Torrey Pines, and the course has really shaped up. Most areas are in great condition, and the changes that have been made are definite improvements. The only area I rated down a bit were the tee boxes, and that's mainly because most areas of the regular tee boxes are roped off. Greens were mostly good although a little bumpy. You must have your driver and long irons working to score well here - many par 4's are in the 420 to 470 range! A great place to play, and a great value if you are a city resident, if you can get on that is.
Played about 9 am on Sunday; course was in wonderful condition, from tee to green. Not sure about the bunkers, only because I finally managed a whole round without getting into one! Pace of play was good, about 4 hrs and 20 minutes. A lot of people walk the course, and it is very walkable, and a good way to enjoy the views of the ocean. Highly recommeded, especially if you are a city resident.
Played on Saturday 10/21 about 10:30 am. The course is now in excellent condition. Fairways, tees, greens, etc. Greens were very fast but very smooth. Pace of play was a little slow, about 4:40, but not terrible fro prime time Saturday. Four holes were cart path only, the rest 90 degree rule. Staff is top notch, the most friendly I've ever seen, from Pro Shop, starter, cart gal, snack bar, etc. Weather was perfect, and enjoyable day. The course demands some accuracy due to harzards along the fairways, but not that long. Only 2 water holes, 16 and 18. 16 was also the longest part 4. I played for the JC rate and that was worth it to me.
Played Mission/Friars today around 9:30
Pace was excellent - finished in under 4 hours - great for a Sunday. We saw marshalls several times, maybe that helped. Overall course was in great shape. Mission 9 was a littel soggy and carts could not go on the first few holes, so that slows things down, but keeps the fairways in great shape. The tee boxes were all gvery good, fairways in most cases were also very good - just a few signs leftover from hole punching a few weeks back and a few bare spots off the edges. Sand Traps were very good - I was in several, and it was a little wet, but the sand was still nice and consistent. The greens were also in very good condition - no evidence of all the ball marks others have mentioned in the last few months. Overall conditons were very good.

There's also a nice driving range(lighted) and putting green, and a decent clubhouse. The course itself is interesting but not anything spectacular. Even from the blues a lot of short par 4's. Water comes into play on many holes. the Friars nine has more wind to contend with - first few holes are into it, but the last few are with it. The trolley goes right through the Friars nine every 10 minutes. It's located close to I-8.

Overall a nice course in good shape and good location. If you can get on for a dicount it is worth it. But no way I would play the full rack rate (over $100).

and enjoyed the course. Of course I got on for $60 with, no way I is it worth the full $100+ rack rate. Ovea
Played on a Friday morning about 9 am. Course conditions were very good. Nice course to use your driver, fairly scenic, pleasant but not too difficult. Big greens in good shape, lots of nice sand in bunker, fairways excellent, tee boxes so-so. More water comes into play on Oak Glen than Willow, but a little shorter. The only negative, is the speed of play on both Sycuan courses is kind of slow (this was my second Friday in a row), due to either tournaments or in this case I was stuck behind several foursomes of elderly women. I like both Sycuan courses, but if you want to have a speedy round on Friday/Sat/Sunday, play real early. Or stick to Mon-Thursdays.
Played around 10 am today with great weather around 80. Course was very busy, and according to my playing partners, 2 foursomes who did not have tee times, had been inserted into the mix. Apparantly they were big spenders (losers?) at the casino, so they were comped a free round of golf. This slowed the round down a great deal - it took 1 hour to play the first 3 holes. Slowly it picked up, and we finished in about 5 hrs and 10 minutes. But it was a nice day and the course is interesting enough that 5 minutes parked in the shade every so often didn't seem too bad. Now on to the course review.

This is a course I have played many times, but not in several years. It is now owned by the Sycuan Indian tribe, but the conditions of the course are as good as I remember. The fairways were nice, a few of the tee boxes were pretty spotty and unlevel, but most were fine. The greens were soft, held iron shots well, but putting speed is on the slow side - no change from before. Once you adjust to the speed, they putt well, not too many big sloping breaks. The bunkers had plenty of nice fluffy sand, the refreshment cart came by several times, and the flowers and general appearance of the course is very well done.

The range is decent, several nice putting greens (that I should've used BEFORE the round), some practice chipping and bunker areas, and a very nice par 3 course.

Overall an enjoyable round of golf despite the slow play. I would definately come back, but would be a little leary of playing mid day on Friday through Sunday, due to the tourists and folks from the casino.
Played at 10 am; got on with a special $45 rate (due to a last minute tournament cancellation I think), and what a bargain! The course was in great shape, the pace was excellent, and the staff was helpful. Weather was not too hot, and we all enjoyed the interesting course layout - some tough holes and greens there. Very nice grounds and clubhouse facilities, and the magaritas at Rico's Cantina after the round was the final touch to an enjoyable day. I'll be back, but will keep my eyes open for the special rayes.
Played at 2 pm today, pace was good, weather cool - mid 80's. Fairways were very thin - difficult to hiy many iron shots. Greens were good but pretty hard - even short irons didn't leave much of a ball mark.

Nice out in the country kind of course, but didn't care for about 4 or 5 holes that were either severe dog legs or shots to a green that you can't see. Did not like #18 at all, par 4 but almost impossible to reach in 2 shots.

I would not play here again and believe it is over rated.
Played on a Sunday morning 6:30 on July 30th. Course was wide open, not too hot, as it was so early. Very good fairways and tees but the greens were just recovering from aeration, slow but playable. Interesting course with mountain views, but not outstanding. Well worth the reduced summer rate of around $40.
Played today about 3 pm, and finished about 6, course was not very busy. Very good condition - greens, fairways, tees, sand, etc. This was my first time here, I really enjoyed it. Fairways are fairly wide and greens good size - a good cource to hit the driver, very few blind shots that I recall. I'll definately be back. Not a real exciting or dramatic course, just a good straightforward layout with good conditions. Hole 18 is the best and toughest hole on the course.

Only negative was that the surrounding neighborhood is pretty junky, but rural feeling.
Got on on a Sunday afternoon for the $25 rate, weather was a cool 83.
Pace of play was good, 4.25 hrs, tee boxes decent, fairways okay if a tad thin, bunkers in decent shape.

But the greens were pretty bad - very spotty and almost burnt looking in many places. Given that, the roll was okay, no major problems.

One water stop container was completely empty, and we did not see a refreshment cart the entire round. And although we finished about 7:05, the clubhouse was locked and everyone gone home, so we couldn't get anything to drink after the round either.

Overall for $25 it was still well worth it, but at full price no way.
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