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Los Angeles County; San Bernardino County; Riverside County; Orange County; San Diego County; Ventura County; Santa Barbara County; Monterey Bay Area; San Luis Obispo Area
What's in cocoam's Golf Bag
3/5 Wood TM RBZ Stage2 TP
Irons Mizuno JPX580
Wedges 56, 60 Titleist Vokey
Putter Scotty Cameron Detour
Last Updated: August 9, 2015
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Played Monday 6-22. Course is in great condition. Tee boxes are lush, ball sits up perfectly in the fairway. Industry has been putting plenty of water... » More
Played Monday 6-22. Course is in great condition. Tee boxes are lush, ball sits up perfectly in the fairway. Industry has been putting plenty of water on this course. There are a few spots that are a little wetter than others, but anyone who plays here will be very happy with the conditions. Only Covid-19 restrictions limit this layout, ie, no cart girl, no water fountains, no ball washers. POP was a little slow, but the course was packed solid. The bunkers had no rakes and, as a result, there were a number of footprints to contend with. I suggest just placing your ball in a non-footprint area. They use inverted cup liners so the balls won't go deeply into the cup holes. This can sometimes result in putts popping out of the hole when they strike the liner. But, that doesn't happen too often. You won't find a public course in much better shape than The Babe is right now.» Close
First time out in 5 weeks. Perfect day. Course was in great shape since it had been closed for the Stay-at-Home Corovid-19 order. Ten minute tee time ... » More
First time out in 5 weeks. Perfect day. Course was in great shape since it had been closed for the Stay-at-Home Corovid-19 order. Ten minute tee time spacing worked well as long as all groups had 4 people. There were a few twosomes out, but that's just the way it is . It's still all an experiment in course operation by the course management team - and they're doing a good job! Course plays fair if you keep it in the fairway. Lots of elevation changes make you think about club selection. Greens were surprisingly slow, but sped up as the day went on. No rakes in the bunkers which were thin but playable. No rakes due to social distancing. Also, no ball washers, no trash cans, no benches, etc. The snack bar was open and there was a cart girl. The practice green was open but limited to 6 people at a time. Check in is strict. You only check in 10 minutes prior to pay, and then off you go. Social distancing is the name of the game these days for now. All-in-all a good day. Kudos to Scott in the clubhouse for running the course under these circumstances. The State has imposed a lot of rules which may be a little over-reactive, but everybody seemed to do their part on following them (with a little flexibility and common sense).» Close
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