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Played 6/3 only thing keeping it from perfect was a few dried out hard pan bunkers. They sold their sister course "Gary Player' and we played there 6/4, fairways and greens good, but bunkers no so good...also KiKuyu grass is showing up all over the Gary Player which needs attention now or it will be a problem..
7 Likes.
Shocking, I took my wife to play there Thursday and after a week of me and her girl friends telling her how hard the course was..She shot a clean 85 from reds (she is a 19 handicap). Course was in very good shape and play (10 AM start) was right at 4 hours. I had a very low score for me also (shot 80 with a 17 handicap white tees) It had to be the greens at a very controllable speed and very few major breaks. Was funny last time I played there I shot 91? Anyway very enjoyable day, played with two men's club players that knew course and agreed greens very easier then normal....
11 Likes.
Course very good condition, speed of play 4 hours, only problem was social distancing and safety totally NOT happening....ask City to look into it and will see if that helps...at lest 25% of players were not wearing any kind of face covering....Group behind us driving right up to us until 6 hole when the MONSTER I was playing we walked back and told them to get off his butt the rest of the round....we got a good 20 feet after that.......Love the course, as others have said several courses getting the Social thing right, this one needs some direction (poor follow through by Course manager). Played 5/01/2020
12 Likes.
Only problem playing Eagle Falls is having to go back to the normal junked up public course for the next round...Course is in great shape, fairways are about as good as hitting off a mat. Greens are challenging in that there are actually undulations in many of them and the grass is so good it is a shame to walk on them with golf shoes. Yes real sand bunkers around the greens, good idea to hit a few practice bunker shots on the great practice area before your round. We paid $85 on a Monday morning and it is worth every penny....for us golfers from the inland empire we have nothing like this even our best Oak Valley or Oak Quarry are dismal seconds to this track.
14 Likes.
Played today 12/27/2019 Was paired with a real friendly 3 some that play the course almost every week. Had a great time, played white tees and course was in very good condition..a couple long par 3's (five of them) were a little problem for the group but other wise everyone handled the course very well. Was told the course was up for sale again, came home and yes it is on loop net for just under 6 million. Playing games with the city to build housing is the bet...
7 Likes.
played 12/18/2019 played in just under 4 hours...Wednesday is men's club which starts at 8:00 we started at 10:00 and caught up to men's club on number 11, they were done after 14. Course is getting better, they have tried to over seed a lot of bare areas with a little success. Traps are hit and miss, a few really good, but most very bare...I would like them to just take the sand out of all of them myself and at least have the same bare dirt in all of them. Greens are trying to recover from fungus and weed invasion in late summer...they look worse then they putt....down hill putts tend to be on the quick side. One of the LAST affordable Inland Empire courses and good or bad this is just about it......would sure like to see EVERYONE come play it now and again so we can keep it OPEN.
9 Likes.
Nice local course, fairways always have sparse areas because of rocky soil. Greens are very good and fairly flat built on a hill so down hill putts can get away. As with many public courses no marshals on the course so you see lots of carts parking right next to the green and sand traps are left un-racked alot. Pace of play is about 4 and half hours before 11 and 4 or less in the afternoon. Again lots of 5 somes as seems to becoming more and more a thing on public courses (another reason the younger golfers do not play anymore) Course cannot enforce any rules for fear of loosing a paying customer so keep that in mind when you see some stupid stuff going on in front of you. Houses in play on a few fairways, but homeowners should be used to it by now (there not as a member of the foursome I played with hit one in someones backyard and had to listen to some homeowner scream at us). All told not a bad course just could be a lot better.
9 Likes.
No longer a private Country Club....very well maintained, love the bent grass greens... a fairly flat course with long par 3's. Old members still getting over the course becoming Semi-Private so as a Public player just remember you paid the green fee so the use of the course is just as much yours as theirs and ignore their attitudes. Well worth playing at least once, by far the best course out of the three in San Bernardino.
12 Likes.
Still trouble with all the 5 some"s, we even had a 4 some become a 5 some at the turn this week, We live with it as this is still the best course within reason in the area.
2 Likes.
Played at 10 this morning...very nice GRASS driving range, chipping area and large putting green. Course in very fine shape...rough was manageable at about one inch. Greens and Green aprons in excellent shape playing surface smooth and rolling at about a 9, not to fast. Well worth the price for this well maintained and playable course.
15 Likes.
Greens aireated and sanded today 3/31/2015 wait two weeks before returning..also course is heavely over waterd
2 Likes.
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