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Played 18 on 9/20/18 with our regular foursome. Soule is in the best condition I have ever seen it! (I've been playing there for over 30 years). If you haven't been there in a while....GO! You will love it!
9/20 using under par $60 2some 840 tee time POP 420 following a somewhat slow 4some--but a nice day in a nice setting. Course itself is in transition phase with planned punching starting next Monday so greens were medium/slow speed needing a good mow and roll but not going to happen with the work planned. Today a little bumpy and more grain to deal with.
Fairways were ok but with a few thin areas 75% of the lies ok with the rest being marginal. Rough mostly rather thin with some areas that were nicely lush. Not much collar around greens so chipping was from rough lies. I imagine that the fairways and rough will also be getting some attention in the near future.
Tees were in good shape level with good cover. Bunkers were well groomed with thick heavy sand and were quite playable.
Staff were really friendly.
Looking forward to returning in late October when conditions should be primo.
I am conflicted about providing a rating due to the timing as current conditions are effected by the upcoming maintenance and are likely to be much better in 3-6 weeks.
Booked a round through the new Echelon app. The process is surprisingly easy and the service charge was minimal. As they add more hosts, the app could become a primary resource for access to private clubs.

Teed off at 7AM as a 4some. POP 3:45. Course was lush and green. Typical of what you would expect from a private club. Greens were running smooth and fast, but receptive to approaches. Bunkers were perfect; lush with a firm layer underneath. Tee boxes were flat and green.

This course is definitely a fun entertaining layout. The front nine starts out in the valley below the clubhouse before crossing the street and ending in the foothills. The last stretch of holes is called Donner Pass by members because it tends to "eat you alive."

The course is forgiving save for a few holes with tight lines. There are alot of dogleg left holes. As a fade hitter, I was surprised how much I enjoy the layout. You will have a bunch of short par-4's coupled with some brutally long par 5's. The signature hole is the 10th which plays from an elevated tee over a pond with waterfalls. It definitely becomes more interesting as the round progresses.

While this might not be considered a premier CC or maybe even a "hidden gem." The course definitely has character and chutzpah. A classic Billy Bell design that has more than enough bite to challenge any golfer. The service at the club is top notch and, most importantly, the members are friendly and inviting.
Played oak quarry today using a certificate I won in a golf tournament. Check in was ok. Front desk didn’t seem to like the fact I had a certificate but honored it anyway.

Tees were level and lush with good coverage. The tee markers are really spread apart for some reason. Fairways were nice and green in most areas. Some brown but not dirt just brown grass. Rough was cut pretty low and not really an issue. Sand was ok seemed a little thin but freshly raked and playable. Greens were medium fast with very few ball marks. They rolled pretty good and some are fairly large.

Pace was great at just over 4 hours. If you get a chance I strongly suggest playing this course some great views and interesting holes.
Played for $13 with golfzing/TPC membership at 1:00. POP was 3 hours which is normal for this executive. Vista isn’t a course you would travel to, but if you live in Santa Clarita you can’t beat the price. I look at value in courses and you cant beat $13 with cart, Gatorade, 3 hour round and the large bucket of balls I hit after included with the $32 monthly membership for the TPC.

On to the course, I’m always amazed at these greens, for as much play they get, they are incredible shape. They roll true and make the course. Tee boxes are average, fairways are below average, there is no rough and traps are hit and miss. But for $7 after 4 and living 10 minutes from the course it’s hard to beat. You just have to know what you are playing, it’s not Valencia Country club.
Didn't feel like driving too far, so San Clemente fit the bill. Always able to get out here as the staff is very accommodating. As prior review indicated, greens are the highlight of the course right now. Also impressed with the fairways. I am not a fan of Kikuya, but wasn't too bad to play from.

The course just has nice park-like feeling about it, weather is always great here and holes are challenging without being overly difficult. Whenever I walk off this course, I understand why so many people like this place !
Played here at 7am on 9/17/18. The course is a little tired feeling right now. The greens were pretty nice, held well, and rolled true. The rest of the course is inconsistent though. Fairways were green but patchy, the tees were mostly level but a little beat up, the rough was long, short, bare, i think you get it...…...The course has been in much better shape but perhaps they are getting ready to punch soon as evidence on the Players Course. The best thing was we finished in under 4 hours walking.
Played yesterday 9/19 7:30 am as twosome. Extremely surprised at the condition of the course compared to its current rating. We found it to been good condition, with excellent greens free of ball marks, good fairways, tee boxes and POP. We are definitely coming back and will be adding this to our regular rotation.
Played Eagle Falls on 9/19/18. They will be shutting down in October for the usual fall maintenance. Too bad, because this course is in amazing condition. What a hidden gem. Other than the distant I-10 noise (which I rarely noticed), there is nothing else here.

Great course. Amazing conditions. Nice staff. Amazing bargain.

Highest recommendation.
Played today in 3 H. Got off early as the sun was coming up, so it was a little wet to begin with.Tee boxes were all clean and no issues. Fairways provided good lies, but little roll (until later in the round) to start with. Bunkers were all clean and heard no complaints. Greens were damp to begin with (so little bounce) but chipped/putted just fine (but many divots needed fixing, due to lazy golfers). As the round progressed the greens got faster. They have opened up the new men's bathroom (good news). Hopefully the restaurant will come shortly? Customer service excellent at a levels.
Our foursome played 9/19 and tees off just before 7am. We waited on every shot for the group ahead of us the whole round. They were 1-1/2 holls behind the group ahead of them and not once did they ask if we wanted to play through. When on of our group complained to a marshal it was the typical response. The group ahead of you is within the allowed time frame. Who cares about time frame let the quicker groups go through!

Now my thoughts on the course. If you are not fussy about how the putting greens are then then play course excellent condition tee to green. If you fussy about the greens then think twice. The greens are puttable but have many bare spots and bumps. Greens on #15 & #18 are closed but there is a flag stick some 50 yards short of the greens. It’s just a flag in a larger cup in the fairway. Greens are better than Tijeras or Telega but that’s not saying much.
I know that Oceanside is not everyone's cup of tea, but I really enjoy playing this course. It's fun, some interesting holes, not redundant, doesn't force you to do anything you can not do. The only holes I'm not a big fan of are #15 & #16, because from the blue tees (Which I play) they are just too long for me now. The other 16 holes are fine, just these two.

The greens were far and away the best part of the course. Rolled true, faster than expected, and very receptive to well struck shots. Bunkers were good, not great. Fairways had some bare spots, but were generally very good. Very little rough, only a few feet adjacent to the fairways which was not good, and once you left the rough, God only knows where your ball will end up, rolling forever on the dirt/gravel.

No problem getting out first this morning. Teed off at 6:15am, and my bride and I really humped it because we were told the men's club was going off he back at 7:30am, allowing us only a little more than an hour to walk the front. (We made it in one hour three minutes and the men's club was teeing off early ! WTF. However when they saw us walking up, they apologized and invited us to go ahead. Thank you Men's Club !

Great day ! Perfect weather. Other than having to play so quickly on the front, a very enjoyable round of golf
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