La Purisima Golf Course

3455 State Hwy 246
Lompoc, CA 93436 • (805) 735-8395

Lompoc, CA (93436)
[Full Forecast]
Humidity: 38%
Wind: NW at 13mph

Sunset: 7:17 pm
green Sunrise: 6:57 am


ALERT: Aeration
Aeration of the greens 3/25 & 3/26.
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1. bmanmp
Posted: 01/04/24 5:27p
Member Since: Aug 31, 2003
From: Thousand Oaks
Played the blacks this AM...

Course is still wet. Cart Path Only for 1 and 2 and the dirt paths were just mud.

Everything was saturated still. Fairways were very soft with most of my tee shots ... Continue »
Not Rated
2. rgm2525
Posted: 08/14/23 10:51a
Member Since: Jan 24, 2005
From: chatsworth
Played 8-6-23 early morning walking as a single, taking my time behind a well moving twosome and finishing in a little over 3 1/2 hours. Tees were in good condition, mostly level with minimal divot da... Continue »
7.7 Conditions
Topic: La Purisima Conditions
Posted: Oct 1, 2009
Just curious tanner26, why did you have to rely on a phone call to know if La Purisima was going to aerate the greens this week? We've had that alert posted for weeks. I'm wondering if you are aware we post aeration alerts and other maintenance. Currently we have over 500 alerts posted. I'd hate to...
Topic: La Purisima Conditions
Posted: Oct 1, 2009
They are punching the greens this week. I had originally made a reservation for Sunday morning through and got a call telling me of the work being done. As a result we're now playing Tierra Rejada. It is definitely worth the trip when in normal shape as I think it's one of the bet...
Member Since: Mar 21, 2006
Hole 18 is a medium length par 4 that is all about position off the tee to set up your approach shot. A dead straight drive will actually leave you a short approach shot with a 70 foot tree right in your line of the green. Best play off the tee is to hug the left hand fairway bunker if you can giving you some more room for your approach shot. Approach shot is usually into the wind in the afternoon and you must club up at least a club. There are two greenside bunkers that must be avoided just left of the green. Green slopes from back left down to front right. A great finishing hole.
Member Since: Mar 21, 2006
Hole 17 is one of the more famous short par 3's in the area. Its a elevated shorter to medium length par 3 that when the wind is blowing you are not sure what club to hit. With no wind it becomes a more manageable hole. I feel personally that even though it is downhill it almost always even without wind plays one club longer. You basically are needing to hit the green. Short is death--left is death for sure. Its a fun hole watching the hangtime of your golf ball in the air.

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- Practice Putting Green.