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Played on 3/16 at 9 am - 4:20 POP

This course was in fantastic shape from tee to green. The practice facilities were also in fantastic shape with balls readily available on both the driving range and chipping green. The putting green was a little small though considering how popular and crowded the course is.

Tee boxes were all level, lush, with minimal divot damage.

Fairways were perfect.

Greens rolled true but were much slower than anticipated and a little inconsistent from green to green. They held shots well that were well struck.

Customer service was friendly and excellent.

Can't wait to play again.
Played 1/28 POP 4:15

This was definitely the windiest golf I have ever played. We probably shouldn't have played with balls rolling off the green pretty regularly. The conditions of the course were great. Tee boxes, fairways, and greens were there usual great shape. Not too much to comment on other than the wind, be careful out there.
Played on 12/13 with the Gurus Johnny and Rob. POP was right on 4 hours.

I played here in the guru outing in August of 2016 and was pretty critical of the course. At this point in time I'd like to take it all back. Everything about the course and experience was top notch.

The new practice facilities were beautiful. They have two putting greens, a chipping area, and a new all grass range.

Tee boxes were lush and level.

The dormant rough was beautiful contrasted with the lush, emerald green fairways. The rough was dormant but wasn't penal. The ball often sat up a little bit making it fairly forgiving. It was 2-3 inches long.

The fairways were great. As mentioned above the color was beautiful. They provided a great surface for playing off of and also allowed for some great bounces helping me gain a few yards (when I actually hit the fairway).

The bunkers all had brand new sand in them. What I liked the most was the the fairway bunkers and greenside bunkers had different types of sand it seemed. Greenside it was fluffy beach-like sand. It was a bit coarser than I am used too, but it makes the sand heavier and less likely to blow away which is needed in the desert. The fairway bunkers was significantly less fluffy, but contained a similar coarse sand.

The greens are brand new. At times they were slower than I expected but they were true true true. The ball didn't so much as wobble on most putts. Because the greens are still new they were a bit hard but as they soften up a little bit will be perfect. There were very few ball marks outside of the 17th hole which gets peppered with full wedge shots all day.

Overall it was a great experience and day on the course. An A+ for the renovation work.
8/25/17 the range is officially back open. I did not play the course but arrived within an hour of the range re opening and it's very nice. There's a good 30 yard deep strip of land where they can move the tees around. The hitting surfaces were providing great lies with good cushion -- maybe too much. From the back of the range is 300 yards. Similar to Rancho Park they put in artificial turf at the range, but unlike rancho the greens are slightly elevated and tilted from back to front for a good view of where your ball lands. The artificial turf on the greens seems to react better too. If you hit a ball well it doesn't bounce like it's hit concrete, they keep the spin and can stick to the greens.
Played 7/30 while the Mrs was getting a massage. Teed off as a single around 1:45, joined a 2some on 9 and played in 3:30.

Course was in really great shape from tee to green. Some of the tee boxes could use a little love but overall no complaints about any of the conditions. The design was also really nice. Had some close encounters with the local deer and turkeys during the round.
Played 6/10 at 2 pm with uscdodger and golfplayer91. we were the second twilight group out with POP at 4:40. We lost sight of the group in front of us and the group behind us.

The course is in very good shape. Tee boxes were level and fairly lush, not too many divots to worry about. The fairways were the best I had ever played there. They had just enough cushion to be great playing surfaces. The rough was very inconsistent, up to 2 inches in spots and dirt in others. Bunkers were good, had to remove a few small rocks but nothing too big to worry about. The greens were mostly great. there were a few spots where they were in poor shape but thankfully those spots were pretty limited and not too close to the pin positions.
Played in the 6/5 Guru outing with nickesquire, stickboy, and mdames.

It was another beautiful day for golf and the course had conditions to match. We played all 27 holes so it's nice to write a comprehensive review of a 27 hole facility. This was my second trip to play Moorpark and got to play the newest 9 for the first time and absolutely loved it.

The tee boxes were all in good shape, only one (#2 Canyon Crest) had some uneven lies. 7-8/10

The fairways were excellent. Even though there was some browning in areas it was only cosmetic and still provided a good hitting surface. There were a few soggy/muddy spots in the low lying portions of a couple fairways 8/10

The rough was well kept and could make approach and recovery shots difficult 7/10

The bunkers were nice and had few if any rocks in them. They were firm, but fluffy enough to provide me with a nice fried egg on one of the par 3s. 7/10

The greens were the highlight of the course conditions for me. They were much slower than the last time we played (thankfully!) but rolled true at a medium+ speed. they were firm which meant very few ball marks which was great but were receptive enough to allow for spin to matter -- stickboy spun one back a couple feet for eagle on one of the par 5s. 8.5/10

Overall a great day at Moorpark and would definitely recommend to someone who is looking for great golf, views, and food.
Played on 5/22 at noon. 4 hour POP

Rancho Park is really benefiting from all of the rain this year. Most of the course is in very good shape. Its rough spots are near the fences and near the cart paths. The fairways were the highlight today. Fantastic coverage and were very nice to hit from. The greens were next, followed by the tees, then the rough. I didn't find any sand so I won't comment on it. Overall a very pleasant day. Played the front 9 in 1:30 which was great and we were met by a three group wait at the par 3 12th for our first wait of the day.
played 5/16 with the GK Gurus Mark, Kevin, and Keith. POP 3:50. I had a great time with the group despite playing my worst round in over a year.

Just as noted by the earlier reviews, the course was in fantastic shape from tee to green. Although we played the blues, 5-6 of the tee boxes were set up at the tournament tees which could often be 50 yards behind the blues. Tee boxes, fairways, rough, and greens would all rate 8+/10 for me. The greens were quick and sometimes appeared to gain speed going uphill. They were a little over medium/fast and rolled very true. Biggest disappointment for me were the bunkers, of which I found a few: there were quite a few rocks and pebbles among the fairly thin sand.

This was my first time playing at Goose Creek and I loved it. I will definitely be back for another round before too long despite the hour+ drive.
Had a great time at the GK Plays event here on 5/7

We got lucky with the weather, was in the 60s with lots of cloud cover, at times was a little windy but nothing too bad. I was paired up with my friend Nathan along with Rob and Gus who were great playing partners, was a lot of fun!

As far as conditions go I don't have much of anything to complain about. The tee boxes were lush and provided great lies, fairways were perfect, rough was amazing, bunkers had good sand but were tough to get out of. Greens were in fantastic shape. They held shots well but were firm enough to prevent huge ball marks and rolled very true. Would love to play here again now that I know a little about the layout and strategy. Lots of bunkers and water around the course.
Took a drive out to play Sierra Lakes with USCDodger on 4/23 at 2:30. POP right at 4 hours. 1:30 on the front and 2:30 on the back stuck behind a 5some that was at least a hole and a half behind the group in front of them at all times.

The course was in overall fantastic shape.

The tee boxes were level and lush. I'm sure if you looked hard enough you could find a poor lie, but I didn't see any. 10/10

The fairways weren't the greenest, but had excellent coverage and wasn't until 17 that we saw any real browning. 9/10

The rough was short in most areas, was a little longer in others, was dirt in spots too. 7/10

The greens rolled great. They were quick but not too fast and could be tough to read in spots. aside from some ball marks they were excellent. The greens were firm but held shots well throughout the bag. 8.5/10

The sand was.....not sand. greenside bunkers were okay but fairway bunkers were mostly rocks and hard pan. 4.5/10

Overall a fun course but not sure how often I'll make the hour+ drive out to play.
Played on 4/16 at 7:30 am. POP 4:30.

After all the rain we got in SoCal the past few months it seems every course in the area is at its best in a long time an Knollwood was the same.

The Tee boxes were level and had good coverage.

The fairways were lush with minimal browning and bare spots.

Rough was hit or miss, wasn't long in any areas but plenty of areas with dirt.

Bunkers had good sand, weren't overly fluffy or too hard.

Greens were medium/slow but rolled true if you could avoid the ball marks that people neglected.

Overall it was a good day out there other than the very slow group in front of us.
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