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Played early this AM in 2.5 H. Course is in nice shape at the moment. Tee boxes all fine. Fairways have good coverage, lies and roll. Bunkers (just putt out of them) are still the same, so avoid at all costs. Rough is not a factor. Greens are in good shape and chip/putt and hold shots very well. Customer service excellent at all levels. Presently from what I have seen in the area, they have the best twilight (starting at 10:30) rates (weekdays/weekends) than any course in the area.
3 Likes.
Hard to believe I was the last reviewer since Feb? Went off just before sunrise and the rain. Got through 3 holes and then found the gates locked to play # 4 (guess maintenance was still sleeping). Rerouted with no issues (went to 8 - 16 and then found the gates opened played 4-7 then 17/18). Got some rain towards the end of the round, but was prepared with the rain gear and rain was very very light. POP was 2 H. Found the course to be in very good condition. Tee boxes were fine. Not in any bunkers, but they looked OK and should be fine, as rain was very light. Fairways had good roll and lies. Greens were great all round. Even when the rain came, they still had speed. Customer service was great at check in. Did the early bird w bkfst for $32. FYI -Just noticed my review came out as 5.5? It should have been 6.5 as the course is much better than a rating of 5.5
7 Likes.
Played today. First out and enjoyed a leisurely 3 H round. I waited for maintenance, even though they were gracious enough to allow me to play through, so that I could have better conditions (which they were). Tee boxes were all good. Though I found a few par 3's that needed some attention (or markers moved). Fairways were being cleaned in front of me (3 mowers) and provided me with fairways that were clean, rolled well and provided great lies. Sand traps were all being cleaned and I was lucky enough to find none of them (but they all looked terrific). Greens were being mowed. Pins moved. Which gave me great putting all round. Some greens held shots with little release, while others released extremely well. Customer service excellent at all levels. IMO this is the greatest $44 deal in S CA.
7 Likes.
After a one week golf trip, time to get back to my local routine. Started this week with Coyote Hills. Got off very early and glad we did. We found out upon arrival, that there was a tournament starting at 10? No issues with POP, as we finished in 2.5 H. Course is in relatively good shape at the moment. This morning, it was very wet, due to overnight moisture and a lot of course watering going on this AM? While the tee boxes were good, the fairways (those that were not wet) provided decent enough roll. Traps all playable and no issues. Greens were wet/slow as we played some that had not been cut yet. As we progressed through the round, those that had been cut, became faster. Not sure if # 15 green is going to last? While it has all been redone, the appearance of it, seems suspect? I certainly hope I am wrong? Being as the course was built on oil fields, perhaps there are some underground issues, in this particular area? Excellent customer service at all levels.
8 Likes.
Played today. Visited an old friend who lives inside the community and he made all the arrangements. Had not played here in many years, so was pleased that it happened. Many changes in the course and the clubhouse since my last visit and they are spectacular. Every facet of this course is in top condition. It is a great feeling to play this course, having watched the tournament for so many years, as the holes have a familiar feeling (at least they did for me). I played the right tees for my hdcp and had an enjoyable round of golf (and yes I parred the 17th hole, for those wondering). This is one course IMO, that should be played, if one has the opportunity.
9 Likes.
Played today. The Azalea bushes were in total bloom and the Oak trees with all that Spanish Moss, were just beautiful. Unless you were behind one? Hard to choose which course I prefer, but I would lean toward R O. I really love the greens on the course and the fairways always seem to give me longer drives? As I have said in my previous post, this to me is the finest 36 hole facility in Central FL. You won't find a huge clubhouse, just great golf but good food. And right around the corner, there are two private courses, Sugarmill Woods and Southern Woods, that are amenable to outside play. All phases of R O were in great shape. Hats off to the maintenance crews.
7 Likes.
Played yesterday. Love coming back here to play. IMO, the best 36 hole facility in Central FL. In addition to the best practice facilities I have ever seen or used. I could just come here everyday and use these facilities and not play golf, they are that good. Everything was in great shape. Tee boxes great. Fairways had great roll and lies all round. Love the waste bunkering, but don't love being in them? Bunkers were very easy to play out of. Rough was sticky and not fun to play out of. Greens were just terrific. Anyone visiting the Orlando area, drive over. In Tampa easy drive up the tollway. Two courses that are so different from each other, that you will remember them for a long long time. And want to come back.
7 Likes.
Played today in sunny skies. No issues with tee boxes. Fairways were in very nice shape. Bunkers are very very good. Greens were chipping/putting very nicely. Beautiful views. Great customer service. Close to town and freeway, so easy access. Resort and casino on property. 7755 from the tips, for those who can still relate? Would bet this would be a great place to be playing on the day of the balloon festival?
7 Likes.
Headed out Sat for a week golf trip. N M and WI. Played here yesterday in beautiful NM weather. Hard to believe how much time (almost 9 years) since last here. Not much has changed in that time, regarding this course. If I lived down here, this would be played as much as possible. Conditions were superb. A great RTJ venue with beautiful views. Great customer service at all levels. When in NM please put this course on your list of play. You will not be disappointed IMO. Playing Sandia today, then off to Whistling Straits.
6 Likes.
Played today in an SCGA event. Instead of a shotgun start, tee times were assigned. We played in 4 H. Having never played here before, I was very interested in seeing for myself, if the conditions would be like many before have posted. They were and were not. The exception to previous posts had to do with the greens. While those before me had great greens, the ones today were good, but not exceptional. Why? They had recently punched them and they were inconsistent, the whole round. They held shots, but chipped/putted slow most of the round. Would have been enjoyable to have them play like others before have stated. Other than that detail, the course is a great golf course. Very green and lush. Fairways were just great, both in roll and lies. The outside of the fairways are greener than the fairways and have a first cut of rough and a primary (deep and difficult) and are very pleasing to the eye, from the tee. Tee boxes were all level and clean. Bunkers are deep, with plenty of good sand, but are difficult to climb out of, due to the depth and steep banks. Very few fairway bunkers, but all greens are guarded by large/deep bunkers. The fairways are tree lined and errant shots can leave you with some very difficult recovery options. Several holes have water that comes into play, as well. IMO this is one of the best private courses, I have had the opportunity to play in S CA. If you have the chance to play, by all means do so.
11 Likes.
Played today. Course was a little rough today. They had done a light sanding on all greens. So they were not as fast as last week, so putting and chipping was difficult. Some of the fairways have also been aerated (looked like they were doing Ike as well). Add to the fact that the course was wet from overnight dew and some light rain, it played tough. Customer service was excellent at all levels and check in is always great (thanks Al). With a few days of sun and letting the course dry out, it should show great improvement. Will check it out in 2 weeks, after returning from Whistling Straits.
9 Likes.
Played today in an SCGA event. On the way to the course, we had rain? So the course was a little wet when we started and they also were lightly sanding the greens (that was totally a slap in the face to the SCGA members who paid to play IMO). I will say, the course is a beautifully designed course. 7 sets of tees that range from 5750 (Seagull) to 7000 (Big Surf). No views of the ocean, except from the tee box of # 15. Otherwise, the course is surrounded by large homes and they certainly can come into play, with errant shots. A great mixture of holes, with large bunkers and water on many holes. All parts of the course were excellent. Fairways lush and great lies, but not much roll with the rain. Tee boxes level and no issues. Traps were large but had great sand and played properly, no issues. Rough was tall and penal. Greens are big, undulating and of all days to sand, today was the day (not respectful at all). Of course they putted slow all day. Never released shots. Had they been like the putting green, that would have been great. It is an enjoyable golf course to play. If you have the opportunity, by all means do so.
8 Likes.
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