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I come out to Orlando a few times a year for work and it's always a pleasure to get out and play the Orange County National courses (both Panther Lake and Crooked Cat).

The facility is absolutely top notch (with the biggest range you'll ever see, it's where the PGA show host its testing)

Played Crooked Cat this time out and had a blast. Had a 7:15 tee time and get there early. I was asked if I wanted to get out early in front of a 4some (I was alone) and heck yeah I said. Teed off at 6:40 and was done by 8:30am. Incredible!!!

The course itself is beautiful. Pretty flat, wide fairways, big greens. Perfect vacation course! The condition of the courses will never disappoint! I highly suggest getting out to Orange County National and playing the courses!!!
The first stop of a two day Primm Valley golf a thon with my cousin. We drove up from Los Angeles that morning and got there a little early, plenty of time to grab a bite and hit some balls.

The course was in great condition as always, the staff was incredible and we had the best time playing the course with little to no wind (huge difference!)

This may become an annual thing for us!!!
Played the Desert Course on 3/26 as the second day of a guys golf trip with my cousin. As it was a guys trip, there was some drinking done the night before so we had a sluggish start. lol

Love these courses, the conditions of the courses are always top notch and the availability of tee times and pace of play out here makes this a must stop on my business trips to Vegas.

The greens always roll true, the fairways sit the ball up like it's on carpet, the staff is top notch. it's always a pleasure to play here.

The courses are a very good challenge and if the wind picks up, it makes them that much harder to play. Luckily for us, there was no wind to speak of the days we played so it made it the best time ever.
Played the Concord course last Tuesday 4/23 while in Vegas for work. Had a tee time for the Lexington course but there was a tourney going on so they were kind enough to move me over to the Concord course.

Great layout, a lot of uphill and downhill off the tee, very few flat spots on the fairway (there may be areas but I haven't learned them yet). Greens were a little dried out but rolled very true so if you could get over the look of the greens, you'd be fine. Tee boxes were okay to good. I really enjoyed the par 3s, some beautiful holes.

For $75 including range balls, you could not beat it.

The clubhouse is absolutely stunning, really enjoyed myself. I'll be back to play the Lexington course next business trip to Vegas.
Our vacation trip to Lake Tahoe could not be complete without a round of golf at Lake Tahoe golf course. Last time, I went by myself and met with some great locals. This time, my son and family joined me. Six of us went out and had an absolute blast!

The course was in really good shape, I love the layout. The course overall is not too difficult but I just enjoy playing there so much.

The fairways were in really good shape, the ball sat up nicely. The fairway rough was nearly non-existent but the rough around the greens were thick and grabby.

My favorite part of the course is the greens, they rolled so smooth.

So I've played this course 3 times in the past two years and have absolutely had the best time each time I've played it. Was flirting with playing th eEdgewood Tahoe course but why when I know I'm going to have a great time for a 1/4 of the price at Lake Tahoe Golf Course.
I consider Los Verdes my home course. I'm part of the South Bay Public Link Golf Club that's based out of Los Verdes and play there many times during the year.

I've recently played 7/1 and 7/4 and came away with mixed feelings. The greens were solid (maybe a little slower than I expect them to be), fairways are solid, layout is always a challenge even more so when the wind picks up.

What I've been frustrated about is the rough. Just about every hole, the rough is dead outside of the fairway which means the ball that misses the fairway will roll and roll and roll. Especially frustrating is hole 16, the past 3 times I've played I've layed up on the par 5 only to have the ball run through the fairway and into the non-existent rough and if you're familiar with the course, you know the fence line that runs along the left side of the hole. If there is no rough to catch your ball, it goes straight to the fence line earning you a penalty stroke. I know I should probably hit the fairway more but some of the shots aren't bad enough to incur the penalty you get from the non existent rough.

I also know the water situation prevents them from watering those areas properly but it's a sore spot for me.
Squeezed in a 2nd round of golf on a work trip to Vegas. I also submitted a review of Primm Valley Lake and I had said there were no "Wow" holes on the course. Wolf Creek has about 18 "Wow" holes. Has to be one of the top 5 courses I've ever played. An absolute joy!!!

I don't usually go to the bag drop, I have no problem carrying my bag. Someone saw that and rushed out with a cart to help me. That was sweet! I think I had a nice conversation with just about everyone I came in contact with. As a 10 handicap, I was told to play whites and I did but did not hit a driver or hybrid all day, mostly 4 irons off the tee. That was a big disappointing.

Tee boxes - lush, just perfect.
Fairways - ball sat up perfectly
Rough - long enough to grab your club
Greens - recovering from being punched so a little bumpy. should be fine in a few weeks.

I went out as a single and 3 groups were kind of enough to let me through.
Played Primm Valley Lake Course on the way to Vegas for work. Had a 1:30 tee time through for $40. Arrived at 12:30 and checked in and they put me right onto the course. Very nice. Staff was great!

The course was very nice but I have to say there were no "Wow" holes, just a bunch of good holes which is more than enough for me! I would definitely come back and play this course for the price. Finished in about 2 1/2 hours which was perfect because at 103 degrees, I was baking.

Tee Boxes: Very lush almost too much grass on them.
Fairways: Ball sat up very nicely even on the grass that was dead.
Greens: Slow but rolled pretty true held shots nicely
Played Mile Square (Players) last Sunday (4/22) on beautiful Sunday afternoon.

Customer service was very good and we were sent out on time. We had a beautiful no wind morning on the front nine. The winds picked up considerably on the back nine and our scores reflected it.

Course was in good shape. Greens were almost fully recovered from their aeration. The fairway on 11 was dried out and the ball rolled forever. Unfortunately, there was water on the right side and I watched my good drive (hit the fairway) roll and roll, right into the water. Bummer.

Love the Layout of this course. The holes with water were great! You don't get that element too much in the South Bay.
Played the Panther course on 3/21. Got to the course trying to walk on and before I could exit my car, someone was on the phone to the pro shop to see if they could get me on. that was awesome customer service. couldn't get on for 2 1/2 hours due to a full schedule (spring break) and i really wanted to play this course so i decided to wait it out at the country's largest golf range in the country. picked up a large bucket and worked on my game then went over to the one of many putting greens and worked on my putting game (i could have went to one of many chipping area as well but did not)

The course was an absolute stunner. I've played both courses and they both are gems. This day, the winds were howling at about 25mph. I hate to play in the wind but I still had a blast. The layout is flawless with enough water, bunkers and fairway undulation to give good players a tough challenge. Not much rough to speak of. The greens were nice and smooth and rolled perfectly.

If you are in the Orlando area, you need to play both courses at Orange County National.
Had a match play tourney here on 2/10. If you go into Alondra knowing what to expect, it's not as bad. We had a guy in the match play who complained nonstop from Hole 1 to Hole 18, but we all had to play the same course.

The fairways were very firm which led to some big drives but at the same time tough to hit off hardpan at times.

Greens were very bumpy which made for some adventurous putting, hard to get into a groove with those greens.

Found myself in a few traps and they all had a little sand and your wedge bounced off the bunker. Most times after you hit your bunker shot, you look down and see the hard dirt underneath what little sand there was.

Many dry spots throughout the course. The most difficult was the dry spots around the greens which made chipping tough.

Overall, it was a good time due to the fun of playing matchplay and the guys we played against were really good guys.
Was able to get and play Tijeras Creek the day after Christmas. My second time out here. I really enjoy the completely difference nines that you get by playing Tijeras Creek. The front nine more subdued winding through homes and the back nine much more demanding with no homes to speak of.

The conditions of the course were very solid. Tee to green the conditions were above average, we teed off in the morning so everything was wet. I found myself in many of the bunkers this day (ball striking was a bit off) and they all played pretty solid. The fairways were very nice, the ball sitting perfectly if you found the fairway. The rough was hit and miss, some areas pretty thick and grabby and others pretty thin. Greens were medium to fast depending on where you were on the green.

At $86, it's more than I would normally pay for a round of golf but it was a great day with some buddies from work at Tijeras Creek.
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