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We played here today teeing it up at 7:30 and finishing at 11:30. With many courses aerating now I saw on GK that they were starting today. Called ahead and was told that the punching was starting at noon so jumped at the $55 senior rate and loved every minute of golf today. The greens were pure! Just rolled perfect with no bumps and running semi fast. Everything here is in great shape right now however the bunkers do need sand. It's kind of a bummer that I am giving this course such high marks knowing that by tomorrow it will be full of holes. Oh well, today was a great day and look forward to heading back in a couple weeks after they heal.
We played here yesterday as a five some at 8:00. First off, due to traffic we arrived late and luckily it wasn't that busy so we got out right away. I walked and the others rode the blue tees finishing in under 4.5 hours. This course is not at all tight but it does keep you interested throughout the round. The par threes have some teeth and there is some water in play on a few holes. Conditions are really good right now especially for a muni and considering all the recent rains. I rated everything above average especially compared to Talaga the day before. I paid $33 to walk and it was worth every penny. The greens were excellent and putts moved a lot. Let the driver out on almost every hole and you can score well. This is beginning to be one of my favorite muni's to play based on conditions, not difficulty. We will definetly return soon.
Played here yesterday for the second time. It has been years since my first visit so I didn't remember anything about it. The place has a resort feel to it as soon as you drive in (as you get past the grocery store). We rode the blue tees which were plenty for our group of 11 handicappers. The layout is great but this is not a walkers course! The distant between the greens to tees were lengthy at times. We found the course conditions to be rough at best. I am sure all the rains have a factor in this but to be honest I would want to pay the high asking rates to play here right now. We payed $87 per player which is a little steep for what you get. The fairways were thin, wet, and spotty. The traps were all hard pan and left unraked, and the rough was long and inconsistent. The highlight of the day were the greens. They rolled smooth, semi fast and held shots. I look forward to the next visit here when conditions are better as the layout is super fun with many risk reward holes that keep you engaged.
Oh and one more thing.......we never saw a Marshall or beverage cart all day....could have made good use of both!!!!
Played here on Memorial Day for $53 walking......a little high in my opinion but it was a nice day and with good friends so it was worth it. The course has suffered a bit since I last played due to all the rains. The course drains pretty well for the most part but there were areas on the back nine that were real wet and you needed to take relief from puddles. Conditions on the entire course we're just average and needed attention except the greens. I think they purposely let the greens dry out in preparation for the rains and it worked out great. They rolled great all day and held shots hit well but they were still firm. Chips really ran out if you didn't hit it right. Repairing ball marks were minimal due to the firmness and we all loved the smooth surfaces as a result. In defense to the maintenance crew, there wasn't much they could do to the rest of the course as wet as it has been, but the greens made this a great day. Play well and enjoy
We played here today and last review writer was spot on. Great layout, really fun to play, the greens were great and the course was soggy. We wish we we behind his group though, the groups in front of us were slow and we finished in just over 5 hours....oh well I could be at work or stuck in traffic so with carts allowed on the cart paths only I was okay with it. A real fun day and I look forward to returning to Old Ranch. Not a great ball striking day so want to have another crack at this place!
Back out at Los Robles today at 8:30. We finished in 4 hours walking as a foursome. The course is very green and is in great overall shape for a public course. Depending on your tee selection, this course can jump out and bite you if you aren't on your game. There is a lot of water saving habitat areas that come into play if you miss the fairways and greens and you will need to hit all kinds of different shots to get it close. The fairways were nice but a little patchy, the sand traps were nice, and the tees boxes level. THE GREENS were very nice and rolled true however if you had a downhill putt watch out! Some putts we hit missed by an inch and picked up pace after the hole. A couple holes were almost unfair but you just needed to keep the ball under the hole....afterward we had a nice lunch with great service so the day was great for us all. Recommend the course and pick your tees wisely.
Played AG yesterday with 12 of us to end the year. We teed off right on time and finished in 4.5 hours. Everyone enjoyed themselves however scoring was difficult. With fast greens and tight lies being the norm, accompanied by a little chilly wind, bogeys we common. The fairways are dormant right now but very playable, the tee boxes are always level, and the greens were real nice and held crisp hit shots. Also great was the $55 senior rate given on-line. The bunkers had good sand but lies were inconsistent due to the lack of raking by players.
We did experience a few problems though, the range was sanded and all chewed up and after 9 holes on a chilly morning the snack bar didn't have coffee made. How does that happen? Also, we all wanted to have lunch together and found that the restaurant is now closed on Mondays. Oh well, still a nice way to end 2018!! Happy New Year.
Rio is usually my "go to" course for a number of reasons...….pace is usually great, conditions are above normal, customer service is great, and the course layout is fun and fair to play. We played here yesterday at 8am with no waiting on a beautiful day. Everyone enjoyed themselves and we all thought the course was in decent shape however, we have seen it in much better. With the recent rains it appears the course has taken a little beating especially the fairways which we all found to be a little spotty. The greens rolled true and were at a decent pace and everything else was typical Rio...…..we will return!
We played here last Monday at 8:30 with six players. We went out as two threesomes and since we kept waiting to hit on the first 4 holes we decided to join up since no one was behind. We managed to finish our round as a sixsome without ever seeing a group behind us until the last hole. Fun day, great weather, and the course is fine. The layout is a little boring on the classic course but conditions are a little above average and pace is usually good. With the recent rains there's no doubt the course will look even greener then before.
Eight of us played here yesterday at 8am.most had never played here and it has been awhile since I had played it. The Santa Ana winds were blowing all day but the course was still playable. I am not sure how the course is doing overall since it was not too crowded for a holiday (Veterans Day). I chose here for a couple reasons, the GK ratings were good and the price on there website was $54 per person. They had plenty of tee times available and most courses were up charging for the holiday so we gave it a try.
Course conditions were all above average with the exception to the greens, we all found them to be great. They held shots, rolled fairly fast and smooth, and were a joy to play. Pace was great at 4 hours and we all stayed for lunch afterwards which was great too.
I recommend Anaheim Hills right now with service,conditions,and pace being great however the holes can be a little gimmicky due to blind shots and sloping fairways especially to first timers.
Played Lakewood yesterday with an 8:00 tee time for 5. We teed off right on time and finished in 4.5 hours walking with almost no waiting. The course is in pretty good shape overall. A few tees were chewed up, a few bunkers were being repaired, and the fairways were very payable. We all thought the greens were very nice running semi fast smooth and held shots well. We haven't played here in quite a while so it was nice to see the remodeled restaurant and clubhouse. We stayed for lunch and it was nice sitting on the patio overlooking the course and the food was decent. Our only gripe was the duck poop on a number of greens which i am not sure if the course can do anything about. With many courses doing maintenance at this time i would recommend giving Lakewood a try.
COME ON WESTRIDGE!!! I use to play here often but it has been a while (2 years) since returning on 10/22/18. I agree with Weber, there are many fun holes here but the lack of care for the course shows and that is why i stopped coming. I understand that things happen when management/ownership changes but this has gone on far too long. Come on get it together Westridge! How about leveling the tee boxes, cutting the fairway and rough to a consistent level where a player knows what he will get when he lands there. Hey the bunkers were nice and the greens were a little better than average but that is where it ends. This hilly course has always been difficult to get pristine conditions but in the past they have done a good job but now it appears they have given up......the best thing was the $35 rate given us with carts.
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