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Greens were hard to figure out. They ran slow with inconsistent speeds. Bunkers around greens had decent sand but also inconsistent.

Fairways had bare spots but for the most part coverage was decent. Tee boxes were mostly flatish.

POP was decent 4 1/2 hour round. Would have been nice if starter was a bit organized and called out groups teeing off instead of us muddling through it. Saw a twosome tee off then disappear while we were a fivesome. Would have been nice to know if some of our group would have been paired with the twosome.
Very Impressed with current situation here. Greens in good shape. Pace of play on a Saturday Afternoon was fantastic! And overall conditions really consistent.

Greens were a little quick but once I figured I needed to lag these putts it was easy peasy. They rolled quick but held their line. Fairways had very good coverage not a lot of bare spots you would expect from a course that retains a lot of water. There were some thin lies but nothing to write home about and overall the coverage was pretty extensive. Rough they allowed to grow thick and punishing. Height was perhaps 2-3 inches taller along the sides of the fairways. Sand in bunkers were pretty nice hard packed for fairway bunkers and nice fluffy sand around green-side bunkers.

Pace of play was brisk. Deal was spectacular not bad to finish 18 with a 2PM start at $16 which included cart. I was flying around the course and finished in just under 4 hours.

Very happy with conditions and will be back for more golf.
Greens are harder and won't hold a high arching shot but play for it and you get consistent results.

Greens hold their line and run med/fast. Fairways very lush. Rough is thick, very penalizing and you will loose your balls easily if you're not careful. Sand in bunkers are well stocked. Tees are flatish.

Pace of play decent for this executive 9 hole course and it offers various challenges for longish par 4s and decent par 3s.

Fun course if you don't have a lot time and like to play Long Beach Courses.
Gotta say the rains did some good for this course. Greens are in very good shape. They roll well and hold their lines.

Fairways in good shape. Not a lot of thin lies but mileage will vary. Rough is cut to same height of fairways. Sand in bunkers is hard packed. Tee boxes relatively flat.

Pace of play after HS match was not so bad. Considering greens are rolling this well this early in the season just be aeration... very impressed.
The short review. Conditions above standard. Pace of play abysmal.

Back in the day when this course was a dog of a tract I could literally get on quickly and play quickly. Not so nowadays. Conditions rival that of Rio Hondo it's upper scale older brother of a golf course. Greens held their line and ran with med/fast speed. They held shots well with high arching shots. Green complexes very lush and manicured. Fairways had a few thin areas but definitely not the norm with good to decent coverage. Bunkers well stocked with sand. Tee boxes were flat with good rotation so no thin lies.

Pace of play was ... stacked. Course was very busy for a Friday morning. Front 8 took 3 hours to play and we literally gave up after the front 9. No sense in turning it into a 6 hour round.

Will be back perhaps during mid week with more suitable pace of play. They are working on a few of the tee boxes but not a problem. Hats off to the crew for their tremendous work at improving the course conditions.
Disappointed. No mention of maintenance on greens. Get to the first hole, small little tine holes without sand. If that isn't green maintenance then I don't know what is.

Greens OK with tine marks. Bumpy with med/fast speed. Hard to keep the ball on line without a firm stroke. Fairways are spectacular. Great coverage. Rough is thick and penal. Sand in bunkers is hard packed. Folks Fix your messes in the Bunkers.

Not a lot of muddy areas. Course appears to drain very well. Not a lot of GUR.

Pace of play was an abysmal 5 hour round on a THURSDAY. I guess everyone was sneaking out before the rain came.

Wait a week/two before coming here.
Played Saturday for a quick 9 and hopefully shake off the rust of not playing for the past few weeks.

Course is WET. I mean soaking. Loads of standing water. Not a lot but it's the sort of muddy lies with water just squishing just below the grass. It's the sort that if it's just bare mud you will either slide or it would suck the boots off your feet if you're not treading carefully. These wet areas extend the length of most holes.

FYI minimum 9 trees fell here. Not from broken branches but literally uprooting from the base of the tree. If that is not an indication of really weak root systems I don't know what is. Made me think twice about walking underneath the mature trees that line pretty much the whole course.

Greens ran with med/fast speed some of the greens were heavily damaged. Looks like birds were trying to feed off the worms underneath. Holes 4 and 7 come to mind. Fairways are still muddy. Rough is THICK. Tee boxes are squishy but playable. Pace of play was a decent 2 hours for 9 holes.

Overall course will green out nice when given a chance to dry out.
Played Sunday. POP 4.25 hours walking

Greens in perhaps best shape I have seen them in quite a while. They roll fairly true with med/slow speed. Breaks are more pronounced as ball slows but a firm stroke is typically rewarded as the ball rarely skipped/bounced around to the hole.

Fairways are a mix of muddy grass, standing water, and thin lies. I would say the front 9 does not drain as well but there were some holes on the back that were this huge mud puddle. Typically these areas were just beyond the tee boxes but some were in the landing zones. Bottom-line it's a mixed bag of lies. Sand in bunkers are hard packed. Playable but very hard packed. Rough is thickish and a little penalizing, quite a surprise for this course.

Course was crowded for a Sunday which was a surprise but it's good to see a course busy after all the rain. I would wait for these breaks in the storm to play. Loads of standing water so golfers make sure your boots are watertight.
Snuck out today. Greens on front 9 are perhaps the best I have seen. Folks please remember to fix your divots. Aside from the occasional unrepaired divot the greens ran pretty true with slow/med speed. Greens on Back 9 ran true with med speed. Fairways are thin but definitely an improvement from what I remember. Fairways cut to same height as rough so not an issue. Water in quite a few bunkers especially on back 9 which are the older set. Loads of standing water on back. Front drained pretty well.

Overall pace of play decent. 9 holes in front in under 2 hours. 9 holes for back in around 2 hours. Not a lot of challenge but when you haven't picked up your clubs since the storm start it's nice to knock the rock around even at your participating municipal golf course.
Played yesterday before the rains come. It's my short course for 9 holes and at $17 before twilight it's priced OK to satisfy that need to play.

Greens are in fine shape currently. They roll well (later in the day a bit more bumpier and that's to be expected) but ran with med/fast speed and held their line well enough. Not a lot of subtlety to the course what you see is what you get. Fairways have good coverage and rough is thickish in spots with some bare areas -- also to be expected. Tee boxes are chewed up but playable. Bunkers are OK with a gravelly sand.

Overall course is in decent shape for this time of the year.
Played here Friday. Course is in pretty decent condition for the amount of play and the fact it's executive. This day wasn't busy. Finished round in under 3 hours (more like 2 1/2). Greens in good shape. Some work on the greens and some patched spots but otherwise playable. Greens ran with med/fast speed and a little bumpy but that's from the afternoon sun. Fairways and rough had your mix of lush and thin lies, typical for this time of the year. Bunkers had decent amount of sand (most of bunkers on the course are 15/16/17.)Tee boxes while beaten up were playable.

Overall course conditions very consistently above par with some of the golf courses in the area. Throw in the price point a definite value. Play here again? Of course, just mind the air traffic it is after all adjacent to LAX.
Played here Friday. Walking.

It's been almost 10 years since I have played here and I can understand why. I am not complaining. Ok well I may be a little but for the time of the year and the type of grass I would have expected better coverage in the fairways. Instead I had a bunch of thin lies on more than 5 fairways. Tee boxes are good, level and flat. Bunkers placed in some of the toughest spots -- i.e. landing areas from the tee box so you have to really plan your shots. I enjoyed the fact what you saw is what you got. No surprises just golf but the thin lies in the fairways was a tough pill to swallow especially when you don't have that shot.

Greens rolled true but to a med/slow speed. They did speed up later in the day. Overall I was happy with the conditions except for the fairways but like I said I remember only 5 fairways where the landing areas were on the thin side.

Pace of play was a decent 4 hour round but we were playing behind a walking foursome of seniors and were consistently a hole behind the group ahead of them. Lots of fun holes to play just since the course sits on a hill the grass just doesn't seem to grow along the fairways. Play here again? Perhaps when I can find another deal like this one.
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