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Played today, Sunday 2/11 starting around 1:30 pm. It was very busy this afternoon and a little windy around 10-15 mph. Pace of play to play 9 hole par 3s were around 2 hours. A little slow. We had to wait to hit befor every hole as we were behind a foursome sharing 1 set of clubs and one person was playing golf for 1st time. There were a lot of beginners playing today.

It looks they were working on this course. It looked like the 1st hole tee box was under renovation as we were using a temporary tee on hole #1. It's nice that there are grass tees here but today it was looking a little thin and a bit beat up. Some areas of the tees boxes were all dirt. There are two sets of tees here - blue and white. Fairways had good coverage but it was thin in spots, bare in spots and bird droppings in spots too. There are a lot of birds grazing this course. Water comes into play on a couple of holes here. Yardages on this course range from 61 yards to 164 yards. There are bunkers here on this course. Can't comment on the condition of the sand but looking at it, it appears the sand looks nice and fluffy. The upper tee up the hill on hole #6 was not open. So hole #6 was around 61 yards. This is not an easy 9 hole par 3 course to play. Greens were looking pretty good here. Some greens were a little bumpy and others had a lot of unrepaired ball marks.

There is a driving range here hitting off mats. Course is walking only. There are pull carts to rent. There is a pro shop, which also sells food and snacks . This is a good course to practice your short game. On weekends it costs around $13 to play 9.
Today 1/27 we decided to just play 9 and work on our short game. First time playing this course. We found a discounted rate on-line to play here for around $10 instead of $16 for a Saturday morning. It's a 9 hole executive course with mostly par 3s and a couple par 4s. It's walking only here for golf at around 2,000 yards. There are two sets of tees plus a couple of junior tees here.

There is a driving range here with around 12 stalls for hitting off mats. I noticed they had a lot of yardage signs, a lot more than other driving ranges. You can practice your pitching, chipping as well hitting to specific yardages.

All I can say is that the course looks better on their website than what I saw playing today. It looks like golf maintenance here is a lot low key. Tee boxes were a bit beat up but they do have grass tees to hit off. Fairways were bermuda grass with a lot of yellow, bare and muddy spots. There are a lot of birds here too so therefore there is a lot of bird droppings all other the place. There are sand traps. Some were a bit wet and some had decent sand. Water come into play on about 5 holes. I figure as this is a Ted Robinson Sr designed golf course, there is water on this course. This is not an easy course to play. There is a creek running through about 5 holes. The 4th, 5th and 6th holes were a challenge to play. Also this course meanders through houses alongside some of the fairways. As there is no netting on the fairways, you have to take care so you don't hit into someone's backyard or house. Greens were just average. It did bounce around a lot and is was windy when we played so there were a lot of leaves on the greens.

I do like the 7th, 8th and 9th holes. The only thing I didn't like was that you had to cross a busy street to get to these holes. There's a sign saying the course wants you to cross the street at the signal. These holes didn't feel as narrow as the other ones.

It wasn't busy when we played. We got a lot of short game practice here as there was no one behind us. There are tennis courts here and a swimming pool (closed for the winter). But when we finished we had so much mud and bird droppings on our shoes and walking golf cart. Not a bad place to practice your short game.
Played on Sunday, 1/21 with a tee time just after 9 am. The day we played the golf course were doing split tee times that day. Some groups started on 1 and other started on 10. Therefore, we had to start before 9:30 am or wait until after 12:30 pm. We decided to go for the earlier tee time. Pace of play was around 4 - 4 1/4 hours to play 18 on a really chilly day. We did have to wait on every hole but it was not bad.

We found that the greens were in excellent condition. It's the best I've seen in the last month. Balls were rolling nice, a little fast and not bouncing around like I've seen at other courses. The tee boxes were in good condition and good coverage. Fairways were decent. There were yellow spots and thin spots here and there. I found that the bermuda grass on the fairway to be quite thick. I did find some spots here and there where ground was under repair on the fairway. My only complaint was that it was hard to see the yardage markers on some of the fairways as it was marked in the grass. But we had our golf GPS watches to help us determine our yardage to the greens. The sand in the bunkers were in good condition. The sand was nice and fluffy and not a thin layer of sand over dirt. Water does come into play on 4 or 5 holes and it is real easy to go OB into the orchard on some of the holes. It just makes it more challenging. It's also fun to hit your tee shot on their signature hole #17 with elevated tee hitting to the fairway below.

Driving range is basically hitting into a hill. There is a golf shop and a bar/clubhouse. Most of the seating for the clubhouse is outdoors. Love eating their hamburgers!
Played on Saturday, 1/13 with a tee time about mid-morning. Took around 5 hours to play 18. We didn't start on our scheduled tee time. It was about 20 - 25 minutes behind. It's been a while since I last played here.

I noticed that there were a few changes here. The driving range appears under new management as I had to get the balls at the pro shop instead of at the ball machine. The usual starter window where you paid was closed and you had to pay inside the pro shop. There was hardly anything in the pro shop for sale.

Course was in overall good shape to play. Being in January, the weather was warm when we played. It's been a few days after the recent rains and the course hasn't completely dried out. I did run into a lot of mud on my ball while playing today. Fairways were still a little wet. Fairways had good coverage. It was not all green, there were yellow spots, bare spots, muddy spots on the fairways but you can still play. There were a lot of leaves on the fairways/rough so it was a little hard finding your ball. Greens were in good shape. The bunkers had decent sand (it was a little thin). Tee boxes had good coverage. Water does come into play on a couple of holes.

Course was very busy today. It's a popular course to play. It's one of my favorite golf courses to play. It's got enough challenges to make it interesting to play.
Played on Monday, 1/15 a holiday with a tee time around 9 am. It took us around 4 1/2 hours to play 18. First time playing here for me.

Course was in overall good shape to play. The fairways were looking a little thin, yellow and bare in spots but you can still play. I didn't care for spots on the fairways with dirt mounds here and there. But I liked that the fairways were rather wide on the majority of holes. There were a lot of birds on the fairways and tee boxes on a lot of holes while we played. The greens were in really good shape today. I did find unrepaired ball marks here and there. I didn't land in any sand traps but my playing partner commented about the the thin layer of sand over the dirt in the bunkers. Tee boxes had good coverage but on one of the tee boxes had a lot of bird droppings. Water does come into play on a couple of holes. There a few lakes here on this course as well as a lot of birds too. You just need to approach your ball carefully with a lot of bird dropping all over this course.

The driving looks nice now after it was recently refurbished. Tho' I saw a sign on the door saying that the driving range lights are temporarily not working. Course is really flat so you can walk 18. Saw a lot of players walking today. This course doesn't seem to be as busy as Encino or Balboa. Will have to keep this course in mind in the future.
Played here a couple of times in December. One on Sunday 12/17 with a tee time around 10:30 am and the other on Saturday 12/30 with tee time around 1 pm. Pace of play on 12/17 was around 5 hours and 15 minutes and POP on 12/30 was around 3 hours and 45 minutes (twilight start time).

Course is an LA county golf course. It's not a destination golf course. It's just an ok golf course to play for me. It was reasonable to play here. Water comes into play on 4 holes. First time playing hole #16, I lost two golf balls. You need to layup on your tee shot on hole 16 short of the water (toward the bridge) and then you need to carry the water on your approach shot to the green. What I didn't know was there is water to the right on hole 16 on your second shot. Did better on hole 16 the second time I played it (almost got a par).

Fairways had fairly good coverage but there were bare and thin spots here and there. Landed in a few bunkers. They have sand in their bunkers, which is nice compared to some courses that just have dirt. Greens were very nice. Parts of the course are next to housing. You need to be careful not to hit your shots into their backyards. Some of the holes have severe dog legs.

They have a driving range here and short game practice areas here. Course is pretty flat if you want to walk 18.
Played here during the first week of November (11/8). It's one of our favorite places to play when we are in this area. It's a 9 hole executive course. It can be easily walked or you can rent a cart. Our favorite part about playing here are the views of Morro Bay from the course. Can't get these views anywhere else. Price is very reasonable to play here.

Course is in great shape. POP during the week about an 1 1/2 - 2 hours to play 9. Water comes into play on 2 holes. Plus if you're not careful, you can easily hit some of your shots out of bounds. The time we played, we noticed that most of the greens were punched. It was a little sandy putting on the greens. There is a driving range here -- an open field with yardage markers. Course is fairly flat but there were minor hills here if you hit into the valley in the middle on holes #4 and #5.

You can stay here and play here. There is a restaurant and bar here in addition to a hotel.
Played on Sunday, 9/10 with a mid morning tee time on a rather warm day. It took us around 4 - 4 1/4 hours to play 18 as the course was not busy due to the heat.

Golf course had decent coverage on the fairways. With the weather being so hot, it seemed like they were always watering here and there. There were bare spots and divots on the fairways. There were a few very wet spots on the fairways. You can still play. The tee boxes had good coverage too tho' there were some rather large divots here. I didn't care for the sand as it was mostly hard packed. The rough was rather lush and deep so it can be hard to find your balls if it lands in the rough. Greens were in great shape. It seemed to roll rather slowly as they were watering a lot of greens while we played.

This is one of my favorite golf courses to play in the SFV. The par 3s are fairly long but the fairways are very wide so you can swing away.
Played here on Saturday, 9/16 in the morning. This is nice facility with a two tier driving range, 9 hole par 3 golf course, a couple pitching/chipping area, bunker practice area and putting green. It was great seeing this facility being used for junior golfers as they had golf lessons on morning that I was there.

The driving range is two tiered with mats. Lower level is nice that there was shade from the second level above. Driving range is not too long with about 200 yards to the back netting. The entire driving range is covered - both sides, back and netting above. It was nice that there were targets on the driving range plus a football field goal post about 150 yards out. You just can't hit your ball too high as it will hit the netting from above.

It's nice 9 hole par 3 golf course with yardages ranging from 50 - 100 yards. It will take you around 1 hour to play 9 depending on the number of people in front of you. I like that the teeing mats had a little bounce to it (no mats on top of concrete). There are bunkers on this par 3 course. You can get your short game practice in. Fairways and greens were in good condition. The greens were a little soft as I saw a lot of unrepaired divots here. There's a lot of beginners playing here. You just need to watch out for errant balls from players on other holes. Hole #4 was fun to play as there was driving range on the left and a tree on the right with branches going over the fairway. You either have to hit your ball low under the tree branches or go through some of the openings in the tree branches over the fairway.

This is also a learning center with community room where instruction can be take place indoors. There's a small golf shop and they have some food available for purchase. They have their own parking lot. There's a lot of construction nearby on 5 freeway so there's a lot of road closures and detours in this area.

If I lived closer to this facility I would come more often. When I'm in this area, I might come here to get some practice in. Also this golf facility has lights. I don't know their hours but you can call them.
Played twilight on July 30 on a hot sunny afternoon. POP was around 4 hours to play 18. Not bad for a Sunday afternoon. It was rather quiet. We kept up and we didn't have to wait on any tee.

Course conditions were in great shape. The fairways were well covered and quite green and lush. The tee boxes were in good shape. The rough were deep in spots and bare in other spots. Had a few shots on bare ground off the fairway. The greens were in good shape rolling about medium. The only issue we had on the greens were unrepaired ball marks. The sand in the bunkers were decent.

Some holes on this course can be a little tricky with various mounds rolling through the fairways. Still can't figure out how to play the 18th hole. There's some serious mounds or hills rolling in the middle of the 18th fairway. I'm keep on hearing about the buried VWs or railroad cars on the 18th hole. It's a fun course to play.

There's no GPS in the carts. There can be noise from the ambulances that are going to the nearby hospital on the front nine.
Played today with a tee time before 12 noon. Got one of deal from . POP was around 4 1/2 hours to play 18. It got a little slow on the back 9 when all the groups in front of us got caught up as they were letting groups out before their scheduled tee times. Par 3s on the back nine was a little backed up.

Course conditions are the best I've seen for this time of year. The tee boxes had good coverage. The fairways had excellent coverage from tee to green. Fairways were fairly green. The only bare spots on the fairways were divots that were not filled in with sand. I did notice that some of the fairways on the back 9 were punched but it did not interfere with play. Rough can be a little tough. I did encounter some spots on the fairways that were a little mushy. We were told if you ball landed in nature areas that you need to pick the ball up, take a penalty shot and drop outside the nature area. Plus there were signs in the nature areas that no carts were allowed in this area.

Landed in a couple of bunkers. Bunkers were mostly dirt. Couldn't play out of sand like you normally would. Greens were in great shape. I did notice that some of the greens were a little soft as my soft spikes were leaving marks on the greens. Putts on the greens were rolling a little fast.

Love the layout of this course. This is kind of a links style course. Fairways were fairly wide. You just need to keep your shots on the fairways. There is water on this course but it was mostly off to the side and hidden behind tall weeks. There is a driving range here and a chipping and putting areas. I just didn't like that both the bathroom and clubhouse are in a couple big mobile home trailers. Carts don't have GPS in it. You need to bring your own to help you determine yardage to the greens. This is not an easy course to play.
Played today on 5/14, mother's day with a mid-morning tee time. It was very quiet today. Found out after I made my tee time that the greens were aerated about 5 days ago. Probably another reason why it wasn't that busy here. POP was around 2 hours to play 9. We hardly had to wait while we played.

The fairways and rough were fairly lush. There were some yellow spots here and there but you can still play. Tee boxes were well covered. As I had mentioned earlier, the greens were recently punched. Greens were very sandy with rather large punch holes. Probably should wait a few more weeks for the greens to recover. I noticed with all the sand on the greens that it made for a rather slow and bumpy putts. Oh well, it was just a nice day to be out playing and not a good day to putt.
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