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Where Matt Pisarski Plays Golf
Los Angeles County; San Bernardino County; Riverside County; Palm Springs Area; Orange County; San Diego County; Ventura County; Santa Barbara County; Sacramento Area; Monterey Bay Area; Santa Cruz Area; San Luis Obispo Area; Las Vegas Area; Mesquite/St.George Area; Laughlin/Bullhead City; Phoenix Area; Western Arizona; Northern Arizona; Colorado; Northwest Coastal; Southwest Coastal; Seattle/Tacoma/Bremerton; Vancouver/Southwest; Spokane/Eastern; * Other
What's in Matt Pisarski's Golf Bag
UPDATED AFTER CLUBS STOLEN IN FEBRUARY 2019
Callaway Rogue Driver - Project X Custom Shaft
Loaned Callaway XR 3 & 5 woods with project x smoke
Taylormade M6 4-AW
60° Titlest Vokey
Odyssey Exo 7 putter
Last Updated: June 22, 2020
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I love to play whenever I can and I love to play new courses. Please laugh at my terrible shots because I know I will.
Chuck Norris once Duffed a shot in Arizona and now we have the Grand Canyon
SO why does the golfer carry two shirts? In case he gets a hole in one.
What should you do if you're golfing near lightning? Hold your 2-iron in the air, because not even God can hit a 2-iron.
How do you know a golfer is cheating on his wife? He always puts his driver in the wrong bag.
How do you "Tiger" proof a golf course? By strategically placing fire hydrants.
Why are golf and sex so similar? They are the two things you can thoroughly enjoy even though you are really bad at them.
If you think it's hard to meet new people, pick up the wrong golf ball on the course sometime.
What's the difference between a golf ball and a Nissan? A golf ball can be driven 300 yards.
What do you do after a round of 18 on a hot sunny day? Wash your balls.
Do you know why the game is called golf? Because all the other four letter words were taken.
It's not the size of your putter that counts, its how many strokes you take.
A wife walked into the bedroom and found her husband in bed with his golf clubs. Seeing the astonished look on her face, he calmly said, "Well, you said I had to choose, right?"
If the point of golf is to hit the ball less, then do I win if I don't play at all?
Why don't golfers in England work in the afternoon? Because it would interrupt their tea time.
What does a golfer do on his day off? Putter Around.
Why do golfers put minus signs in front of their scores? Because subtraction speaks louder than words.
What did the duck say to the golf ball? Nothing it should have ducked.
Why did the blonde golfing pro cheat on his wife? Because he thought every day he needed to play around.
What did the golfer say after performing yoga? "Damn, my shaft is all bent."
What did the Mormon say to his golfing buddies? After 18 holes, I can barely walk.
Golf: a game where you yell fore, you get six, and you write five.
Mulligans are the reason golf balls come three to a sleeve.
"There are two things you can do with your head down, play golf and pray." -Lee Trevino
"Golf is my profession. Show Business is just to pay the greens fees." -Bob Hope
"You think so much of your old golf game that you don't even remember when we were married," said the pouting wife. "Of course I do, my dear -- it was the day I sank that thirty-foot putt."
Which is the easiest golf stroke? The fourth putt!
Three guys, a teenager, his father and his grandfather go out to play a round of golf. Just before the son is ready to tee off, this fine looking woman walks up carrying her clubs. She says her partner didn't show and asks if she can join them. The guys say sure, since she is quite a beautiful woman. The lady turns to the three of them and says, "I don't care what the three of you do, cuss, smoke, chew, spit, fart or whatever. Just don't try to coach me on my game". The guys say okay and ask if she would like to tee off first. All eyes are on her ass as her skirt rides up when she bends over to place the ball. She then proceeds to knock the hell out of the ball right up the middle. She just starts pounding these guys, paring every hole. They get to the 18th and she has a 12-foot putt for par. She turns around and says, "You guys have done a great job at not trying to coach me on my game. I've never shot par before, and I'm going to ask your opinions on this putt. Now if any of your opinions help me make the putt, I will give that guy a blow job he will never forget. " The guys think, 'what a deal!' The kid walks over, eyes up the putt for a couple of minutes, and finally says, "Lady, aim that putt six inches to the right of the hole. The ball will break left 12 inches from the hole and go in the cup." The father walks up and says, "Don't listen to the youngster, aim 12 inches to the right and the ball will break left 2 feet from the hole and fall into the cup." The grandpa looks at both of them in disgust, walks over picking up the ball, drops it into the cup, unzips his fly and says "That's a Gimme."
Golf Cart A man during his married years overturned his golf cart and a blonde said to him come to my place and rest. She was quite convincing and then took her clothes off once there. And he said "I don't think my wife is going to like this." And she answered "She will never know." He said "That's not the problem she's still under cart."
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Joined some AZ friends of mine on 7/3 and I was told that this course is a lot of fun and had a great price. If you are law enforcement or military it... » More
Joined some AZ friends of mine on 7/3 and I was told that this course is a lot of fun and had a great price. If you are law enforcement or military its under $40 year round. As a Civilian my cost was $48 plus 50¢ for the hole in one pot (which was at $2300). Check in was smooth and quick and they let us know we can be in the same cart if we want. The carts are newer with a nice GPS and Bluetooth speakers. The course has a decent range and large putting area to warm up on we did not have time but it looked good.
Course is not overly long at 6600 from the tips but they need a set of tee's in between because golds were 6000 yards. Conditions right now are very good especially since it has been 105-115° for 3 weeks now. Fairways were mostly green with very few bad spots on the entire course. Rough was medium thick and well maintained throughout the course after about 15 yards of rough it turns into waste areas with large bushes and trees which provide nice shade. Greens were the highlight not too firm and rolled at a medium quick pace. Pin locations were very approachable today with large areas to land. If they choose there are some diabolical locations that could make this course very tough. Sand looked decent and they had the rakes in them. I did not play from any but I was told it was nice to hit from. Tee boxes were the only thing not in the best of shape and need to be moved due to divot damage.
Over all this course is fairly straight forward with the Par 4's ranging from 290-425 only two dog leg par 4's that I had to hit less than driver. Par 3;s were shorter but still a lot of fun to play. The major downside for long hitters is that there are only 3 par 5's with two of them back to back on 9 and 10. If I was in charge Id flip the 9's because hole #9 would be a great reachable par 5 finish. As for the Covid restrictions the only thing there are doing is the foam in the cups. Rakes were in all of the traps and every other hole had water coolers which I dont mind because it was 111°. This is a fun course and I recommend playing here at least once.» Close
Some friends of mine were looking for a good deal Sunday morning and I came across an underpar deal that was 2 players for $25 including replay. Even ... » More
Some friends of mine were looking for a good deal Sunday morning and I came across an underpar deal that was 2 players for $25 including replay. Even knowing that the course was not in the best shape it was too good of a deal to pass up at $12.50 a player. Upon arriving to the course it was apparent that they are struggling to keep this course playable. The last few weeks it has been windy and 110° each day so very hard to keep the grass alive. The tee boxes were decent but many of them had divot damage and not a ton of grass. Fairways depending on where you landed were firm and 50/50 on if you had a good lie. Rough was in ....well rough shape, Lots of bare ground and not a ton of playable grass. The bunkers were very wet with most of them having standing water in them. They were very firm but with a 60° wedge not terrible to get out of as long as you get under it. The greens were the only part of the course that was not in bad shape. They were not perfect but you can tell that they was a lot of attention paid to them. Most were on the firm side and rolled medium speed and smooth but there was a few that had some divot damage. We encountered one green that the pin location had moved side by side for at least 7 previous hole locations next to each other, it was the strangest thing a line of 7 previous cup and had the pin been place there on Sunday it would completely ruin any line from that side of the cups, to me thats bad ground keeping. The highlight of the course was the staff they were very friendly which takes a little of the sting out of playing here but I think even they know the course is doomed.
I would not recommend playing here unless you really really need to play a cheap round of golf. The turf conditions are better at a local park right now.» Close
Ventured out to Arrowood today with AndrewZ28, Johnny Gk, and Gary00. After reading Gary and Dave's reviews I was excited to head back out to this cou... » More
Ventured out to Arrowood today with AndrewZ28, Johnny Gk, and Gary00. After reading Gary and Dave's reviews I was excited to head back out to this course. The course is in fantastic shape right now. The fairways and greens being the highlights of the day. The greens were semi soft and held most shots even allowing some spin. Fairways had great coverage and offered more than plenty roll out. This also lead to some trouble if you were not piped down the center. Rough was also in good shape maybe 1-3 inches max and not too hard to get out of. Strange thing with the tee boxes were that the markers on the Par 3's had a width of around 50' talk about pick your angle :), The sand traps I found were a mess without rakes. Also they could use some tilling to make them softer. I overheard Johnny say that they are currently fixing the traps so mabye that wont be an issue for long. Carts are nice and new and include a very nice GPS unfortunately mine was having major issues and they were out of carts so I had to use my laser. #firstworldproblems» Close
I was finally able to secure a tee time for the Dinah Shore course last Saturday for a fun birthday round with Greg, Alex, and Hillary. I was excited ... » More
I was finally able to secure a tee time for the Dinah Shore course last Saturday for a fun birthday round with Greg, Alex, and Hillary. I was excited to finally use my Club Corp to play after the shut down and maintanece. During the winter its tough to get a weekend tee time so finally summer has come and the course was empty.
We played the Blue tee's which they were all placed back at the ANA tee placements this day so around 6700 yards and very strong winds. As previous reviews mentioned they fairways are tight and there are plenty of tall trees in play just off the fairways.
Conditions ranged from great to crappy. The tee boxes, fairways, and greens were all fantastic. Greens were firm and fast but rolled very well. I only recall one green showing any sign of the punching from a few weeks back. Fairways cut short and have some undulation that can kick your ball into the rough which wasnt fun. Tee boxes were fine with plenty of grass and 5-6 tee boxes to choose from.
The Only bad things about the course was the Rough and Sand Traps. The Rough was ok within 5 feet of the fairway then a 50/50 chance if you were going to find clumpy grass and dirt or roots from the trees. I dont know if they are just getting rid of the rough but it sucked to play from. The only way to hit well out of it was to hit stingers or punch shots. With No rakes in the bunkers it looks like even the crew has stopped caring about them. Most of them were firm and a few had heavy sand with a crunch top layer. Not fun to play from at all.
This is a great course and the layout is fun but given the chance I'd pick Pete Dye over this one anytime.» Close
Played the day after Nicks review and we had some crazy weather. First 3 holes had rain with no wind followed by lots of wind the rest of the way with... » More
Played the day after Nicks review and we had some crazy weather. First 3 holes had rain with no wind followed by lots of wind the rest of the way with some sunshine. This is obviously a huge bucket list course and it met my expectations. We got on for a special price of $400 that they were offering due to the Covid shut down of the resort.
I didn't mind the minimal service provided as I knew it wasn't going to be A+++ with a 200+ discount not including caddie fee's. With that being said we were taken care of from the moment we arrived. The gentleman at the bag drop area let us know that the range is up the hill and that we could drive there and to come back 20 minuets before our tee time.
Course itself is as advertise. Beautifully manicured turf with amazing surroundings. Tee's, Greens, Fairways were all spectacular. Rough was great but I did see some browning areas but they were few and far between. Sand was really good but wet from the rain so I cant give a accurate grade. As everyone has said time and time again the layout is perfect with the first few holes in the pines and then boom here is the ocean in play on every shot. I did donate 3 to Poseidon to add to his collection of many many golf balls.
I know the course is very expensive to play but if you are a fan of golf you must play here before you kick the bucket. It is a one of a kind experience and I am glad I played there. The only problem now is I need to make a new bucket list for golf courses. That wont be tough :)» Close
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