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I can see how some of the recent reviews are mixed.

They've closed the back 9 of the Robinson Ranch Mountain Course and the facility has 3 9-holes they're now calling Valley, Desert (back 9 of the original Valley), and Mountain.

The biggest problem I had was with the tee time and rotation management of groups. I understand that they're in new territory, and I hope they get better. But as of this past Saturday, it was a big mess. Here was our experience with their tee time management:

- Called for a tee time and were told we're playing Valley and Mountain
- Got to the course and the proshop told us we're going to play the Desert and check with them after we're done to find out where we're playing for our back 9.
- Checked in with the Starter and was told to start at Mountain and play Valley as the 2nd 9.
- Finished mountain and were told we couldn't play Valley because there was a big tournament going out at that 9.
- Another tournament was going out at the Desert so we couldn't play there either, so we ended up re-playing Mountain to wait for either Vally or Desert to open up. It was either that, or site around for 3 hours.
- Ended up playing Desert later in the day behind the tournament.

The condition of the course was night and day between Mountain and Desert, I think it's fair that my grade is based on Mountain, the worse of the 2 since that's where some of you could be assigned to play.

On the Mountain 9: Tee boxes were very thick and really needed to be cut. Fairways and roughs were inconsistent and had many under construction areas. The parts that weren't being worked on wasn't great either. Random spots on the fairways had rough conditions. Piping a drive down the middle, landing where the fairway was supposed to be could mean your ball is in 2 inch rough. The greens were the worst I've played anywhere. I think the last time I experienced greens this slow and bumpy was in Whittier Narrows, a course I've never returned. It looked like they were trying to cut a few of the greens down to half size. Either that or the greenskeeper forgot to mow half of each of those greens. The green on #6 was completely destroyed. Looked like an under construction fairway, at best. Barely any grass on it.

On the Desert 9: Much better condition everywhere. The tee boxes were still a bit thick, but fairways were more consistent, and the greens were rolling much better. Still a bit on the slow side, but after putting the green on the Mountain 9, the greens on the Desert 9 felt like a marble floor.

We saw a lot of work being done on the course, and I hope they improve in the coming couple of years, especially their tee time logistics. I really liked the layout and look forward to giving it another shot in a year or 2. For now, I wouldn't bother.
Played on Sat as the 2nd group out. Great pace, finished in just over 3 hours. The small holes that "zeppelin51423" experienced appeared to be gone but the greens were still slightly bumpy. Medium speed. The rest of the course was lush from tee boxes to fairways. Bunkers had good sand and consistent for the most part. Saw the marshal a couple of times even before 9am, which was appreciated.

Played today as the first group out in beautiful cool, overcast weather. The tee boxes were level, nicely mowed and had little damage. Fairways were lush for the most part, with random brown spots here and there, but didn't affect play for the most part. The bunkers could use a lot more sand but at least were consistent throughout. The greens were the biggest disappointment since I didn't expect them to be punched. The holes were on the small side, but definitely impacted the roll and pace. Speed was medium at best. Lots of sand on the surface as well.

This course continue to be my favorite within an hour drive from SGV. Even with the punched greens, I thoroughly enjoyed the round. Service has always been top notch throughout the course.
One of my favorite tracks in the OC and the GK coupon made it affordable. Thanks to the recent rain, grass is great on the tee boxes and fairways. No complaints there. The rough was fair. It was inconsistent with good amounts of thin and balding areas. They could be in better shape. The bunkers were also inconsistent. Unfortunately, I found many during my round. On the nice ones, they were fluffy and filled with plenty of fine white sand. However, there were a few (green side) I was in that were thin and hard. The greens need another week or 2 to recover from recent aeration. Punch holes were clearly visible and delicate downhill putts were definitely affected.

Overall, a pleasant round (just under 4h pace with some waiting on the group in front of us) at a great track.
Course is in great shape right now. Go play!

Went out as the first group on Monday and got done before the wind picked up. Well under 3 hours. Tee boxes were flat and lush. Fairways were fantastic. Green, lush, and no thin spots. Bunkers were a little on the firm side, but very playable and consistent throughout the course. Green were very very nice. Med/fast pace, consistent, no divots, and rolled true. The hills have plenty of yellow flowers blooming thanks to the recent rain and the course is just beautiful right now. Do yourself a favor and get out there.

This is becoming my favorite course in the IE. The track is on the same caliber as Oak Quarry at a much lower rate. Current condition rivals Goose Creek but not nearly as busy. I'm heading out there again soon.
Decided to play here for twilight (12:30pm) on a weekday recently. Pace was deplorable even for twilight. 3hours to play 9 holes.

Tee boxes were fine, some thin and some thick, not very consistent, but mostly level. Fairways had brown spots galore but it was still playable. Rough areas were cut very short but had random growth spots here and there. Bunkers were consistent and had plenty of sand. Lots of foot prints though. The greens were not good. On the slow side for this course and very bumpy. It felt like they haven't cut/rolled it for a while.

Overall, the condition wasn't on par with this premier course and the rate they charge. I've played it in much better shape than this. That along with the ridiculous PoP was a huge disappointment.
Played 2/18. The course has finally recovered from the heavy rain from a couple of weeks ago. The back 9 was closed at one point due to mud slide on the 16th hole. This course does NOT drain well. It was a mess after the rain. Better now.

The course is really 2 different courses. Front and back doesn't look anything alike and are completely separated from each other.

Tee boxes were a bit thin but wasn't much of an issue. Fairways were still soft from all the rain, but at least it was no longer cart-path-only. Tee shots would NOT roll. Green were medium speed and super receptive. Not surprised. It did rolled true for being so soft. Bunkers had plenty of sand and was consistent throughout the course.

If you don't mind the trailer pro shop and the lack of a driving range, this course is a gem. Good rate and never very busy. Will be back.
Played on Saturday 8/19 knowing that the greens were recently punched. They were not too bad. Bumpy with some sand, but playable. Tee boxes were fine. No issue finding a clean spot to tee off. Fairways had a few brown spots, but didn't experience any thin spots. Rough areas were good and well kept. Lot of sand in the bunkers and they were consistent throughout the course. Wish people would rake after their shots though.

Second time playing this course after a long time, so it was like a new course to me. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Fairways were tight and the holes didn't have a lot of separations, but I was having a great driving day, so it didn't bother me. Service in the pro shop was professional and timely. Saw the cart girl at least 3 times. Overall a great experience and would recommend.
Didn't see any recent reviews before heading out there, so I was SHOCKED at the horrible playing condition. I'm not sure what is going on here. Tee boxes were decent, with bad damage on a few par3s. Didn't have a problem finding a good lie to tee off though. The fairways were in horrendous shape for a championship level course. Worst I've seen. Tons of bald spots, inconsistent thickness, and ground under repair areas galore. The same problems extend to the rough area. Balding and bad consistency all around the greens as well. The greens were decent. A few still showed recent aeration and were a bit bumpy. It was on the slow side for this course. Bunkers were also decent, with just a few that needed more sand.

I still had a great time. I love the course layout and design. Lots of bunkers and lakes make the course extremely beautiful and I don't mind the challenge. Target your tee shots well or you might end up with the ball below or above your stance.
The Bebe is not in good shape right now. It's no better than a local muni and far from its prime. Tee boxes were unleveled and heavily damaged, especially on Par3s. Fairways were poor, with dry areas and damages galore. Much worse than my local muni (Santa Anita). Rough areas were also not taken care of and had many bald spots. The greens were good. Average in speeds, rolled true, but had some large damaged areas on a few of the holes. Pin placements were set up far from the bad spots. Only got into a bunker once and it had good sand.

With that said, I thoroughly enjoyed the round. Bebe has a great fun layout. While shorter than the Ike, it challenges you with tight tee boxes and fairways. Some say that the course is suffering because of it's $69 weekend rate special drawing more play. I don't buy that. A ton of other courses are busy and they still are able to maintain a good course condition.
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This is as close to immaculate condition as it gets folks. Great track, services, and condition is prime. Go play!

Tee boxes were level and nicely cut. There were divots from previous players of the same day, but that's normal. Fairways were nicely cut, lush, and consistent everywhere. Rough was again nicely mowed, consistent, and just absolutely beautiful. Greens were undamaged, rolled true, and just above average in speed. Bunkers had plenty of sand, which is amazing for an inland course that gets quite windy, and was consistent throughout the course.

Custom service was great from check-in, starter, to the cart girl. We had an early morning tee time and finished in just over 4 hours in a relaxing pace. I believe this was the best condition I've played outside of Pebble.
First time playing my favorite local (<1 hour) track this year. Tee boxes were lush and in good shape. Could have been cut a bit shorter. Fairways were in great shape as usual. Some felt like carpet. Greens showed no sign of aeration from a few weeks ago, but were a little bumpy for Oak Quarry standard. Bunkers could use a LOT more sand, which is their usual problem. But at least they were consistent through the course and playable for the most part. Weather was perfect and only had light wind. Pace of play was great for a Sunday afternoon at just slightly over 4 hours. Customer service was top notch, and the California Club from the restaurant was fantastic! :)
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