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Early Sunday morning round in under four hours. First time here and noticed a lot of construction going on around the course. We were told that a substantial amount of money was being put into the course and new clubhouse. The staff was helpful and friendly. The tees all had good coverage and were level. The fairways had excellent coverage as well with only a couple dry places to be seen the entire round. I will say the grounds crew was putting a good amount of water on the course as many places throughout the round were quite soft, squishy and spongy. The rough was 2-4 inches long and allowed you to make good contact. The traps were all filled with good sand and most were very well groomed. The greens were rolling at a medium pace. The recent maintenance on the greens was still visible but did not affect the line on your putts. The amount of water features on the course was the most surprising part of the round. The course is set up nicely for the big bombers and the less experienced golfers. I highly recommend a round or two if you've not played here yet.
10 Likes.
Early Sunday morning round in just over three hours. The tee boxes were in good shape with the exception of the never level par three third hole tee. The fairways are in good condition with only a few thin places on this eighteen. The rough is also in pretty good shape with it becoming thin and drier in on some holes. It is easy to hit from the rough and will slow your shots if not in the fairway. The traps are their usual damp muddy mix of dirt, sand and decomposed granite. The greens are in very good condition with nominal ball marks. The greens were a little soft at the start of the morning but dried out and firmed up after the turn. The course has fair rates for what it offers and is always busy with the two courses. Recommended
8 Likes.
Played a quick three hour afternoon round yesterday. The staff loves their course which has a face ONLY mother could love. I've not played here in awhile but decided to give it a chance. Glad I didn't pay what they think their course is worth! The course owner is the PGCC college in Temecula. They do offer free lessons from the students one day a week and are strong with the Junior programs - kudos there! The course itself is in very sad shape. The front nine admittedly is not nearly as dismal as the back nine. The tee boxes are mostly level with the exception of hole six which is severely sloped and the green is blocked by overhanging trees. The fairways are very dry om the front and extremely thin and dry on the back. The rough is very thick six inch clover and weeds (forget about looking for your ball if not in the fairway). The traps are in really bad shape also with a few on the back played as ground under repair. The greens are still the only highlight of Temeku (the legends). They were much slower today than in the previous twenty years of play here. It's disheartening to see what was a good course for years looking like a dying family member. The rates are not equal to what is offered in the way of conditions. I cannot recommend and won't be back until conditions improve!
10 Likes.
Played early 4.5 hour round on Sunday. The pro shop staff is always welcoming and friendly, not so from the cart attendant. The practice facilities are basic but adequate. The tee boxes are mostly all level but a little thin and shaggy. The fairways have very good coverage and provide for some roll if you find them. The rough is pretty brutal if you can find your ball. There are quite a few rodents throughout the course with some doing a little damage. The traps were pretty sadly cared for and lacked sand. The greens are really good with few marks, good coverage and rolled at a medium pace. The scenery at Woods is above average and the rates are reasonable. It is a little ways off the beaten path BUT well worth the drive. Recommended
9 Likes.
Played an early 3.5 hour round on a course the dogs won't even show up at anymore. I would not be surprised to see this place closing before the end of the year! The tee boxes were thin, hard and sloped. The fairways were in sad shape with little to no coverage. They were so dry and hard that shots ran off into the jungle along the creek that runs through this course. The traps were either dirt hard pan or wet and all had little to no sand in them. The greens were SO SAD that they cannot even be called greens anymore! Every green had bare spots and patches of grasses that were either very long or dead! I can't explain how POOR these greens are. It's sad to see what has happened to this course. It was a pretty fair test of golf years ago before the present draining of blood from every part of it from the clubhouse to the course. To pay anything here to play is more than unfair to the golfing public. The clubhouse is in shambles and the course is in the toilet and almost out of sight. Definitely a waste of money to play here nowadays! Sad sad sad......
7 Likes.
Early out and finished in under four hours. When we arrived the main gate was still closed and the cars were out into the street? Finally at about 6:30 am somebody came to open up! Strange beginning. The pro shop is very sparse which carried over into the course. The tee boxes were mostly level but most were thin, dry and covered with rabbit droppings. The fairways were hit and miss with many having dry thin coverage. The rough was full of wildlife and thin to thick but very dry. The traps were in good shape with enough sand but a few were small ponds or very rocky. The greens were rolling at medium speed and fairly dried out. Some greens would hold shots but others would not. The wind picked up on a couple of holes which really made playing this course for the first time challenging. There are a few water holes and some great views of the hills and valley on many holes. The rates are attractive but you generally get what you pay for. The layout of this course reminded me a little of the now closed Diamond Valley. I could see this being a great course with some investment and care. Give it a try - why not?
9 Likes.
SAD day for this place just when it was starting to look up! Receive emails from the course and the last stated their rates for the Spring and Summer. Called for a tee time on Sunday and asked what the rates were for Memorial Day and (quoted what the email had stated). Upon arrival to check at the pro shop the employee (DEWEY) charged more than the printed and quoted RATE. After informing him what I received in their email and was quoted the day before he shoved his rate sheet at me and said this is what it is!!! BY FAR the worst customer SERVICE ever at any course I've played. It's sad this OWNERSHIP is so lost when it comes to running a business and golf course. The course itself was in pretty good condition on the tees and greens. The fairways are still thin with a mix of many types of grasses. The traps are in better shape than previous visits here but most very damp. The pace of play was great at a little over three hours. ANOTHER issue I've encountered here is the grounds crew working on or around the greens when you are trying to get in your round you WERE overcharged for! On three holes we had to wait while the grounds crew raked traps and mowed the greens! Then on another hole as the group ahead of us vacated the green the IDIOTS turned on the sprinklers for a good five minutes while we sat in the fairway waiting to hit our approach shots! Also heard the GM here was let go very recently? Par for this course as it is a revolving door most likely due to the CLUELESS ownership! Cannot and WILL NOT recommend ever again.
6 Likes.
Played early Saturday morning in a light drizzle finishing in under four hours. I had played the original Hidden Meadows and Meadow Lake course here many times before the turf destruction renamed this place Boulder Oaks. The name sadly is the best thing it has going for it now. The staff was friendly and helpful once you located the pro shop. The vibe there was more like visiting a liquor store. The carts have plenty of pep but lack a wind/rain shield! The tee boxes were okay to thin and shaggy with most being level. The fairways were in sad shape with all kinds of grasses, bare spots and rodent holes/mounds. The dirt traps were filled with just that dirt, grass , pebbles and rocks. The rough ranged from a few inches of clover to two feet of weeds! We found the greens to definitely be the highlight of the course, or maybe it was the carts? Anyway the greens were pretty firm and rolled quite slow. Most of the greens have break to them some quite a bit. This used to be such a nice challenging picturesque course to play. Sadly now I cannot recommend this place to anyone.
12 Likes.
First off on Sunday and finished in a little over three hours. This course is probably in the best shape I've seen it in. The staff is familiar and friendly. The rates are very reasonable and a deal compared to the local casino course who has jacked up their rates. The tee boxes are mostly flat with a few being sloped and a little thin. The fairways have good coverage with areas that should be marked as gur. The rough is fairly thick and long making for an easter egg hunt if your ball finds it way there. The sand traps were their usual wet compact mess. The greens still showed evidence of being plugged, but the ball rolled pretty well albeit slower than usual. There were many greens with numerous ball marks in need of repair as well. The water features on this course actually still have quite a good amount of water in them which is great. I find the layout to be somewhat challenging and always enjoy a round here. Recommended.
8 Likes.
Played Sunday 28th in right around four hours. The entire staff is always great from the pro shop to the grounds crew. The carts here do not have windshields which can make for a cold start early in the morning. The tee boxes on this side are mostly level with the exception on the 8th hole which is not level and always quite beat up. Many we found to be a little thin on coverage also. The fairways are in pretty good shape with spots here and there that should be marked gur. The rough is not consistent from hole to hole but for the most part is not too penal. The traps are fairly well maintained BUT all are extremely hard and almost everyone was wet. The greens are always in good to great condition and they were on Sunday. The greens were a little slower than usual and seemed to have more break as well. The Lakes 18 definitely has the more challenging greens here at MLCC. The Lakes also has a few more water holes than the Palms 18. I find the rates are reasonable for the quality of what is offered and always recommended.
9 Likes.
Early off in cool overcast weather and finished in about four hours. The staff is always fantastic and welcoming every time here. The driving range and practice greens are always in great shape and busy. The tee boxes were a bit thin and beat up but playable and most were fairly level. The fairways were all in pretty good shape with a few bare spots marked as gur. The kikuyu grass is tight enough to give you a good lie on almost every shot. The rough was in okay shape consisting of longer thinner mix but playable. The bunkers were all well groomed but extremely damp and/or wet. The moisture made shots from it difficult for some but I found it to be acceptable. The greens were in real good shape showing a little bit from the maintenance but held shots well with very few marks to be found. The greens rolled pretty quick for a cool damp day and held lines good. There are several greens with break that is hard to see for some golfers. The water features, dog legs, sloped fairways, sloped greens and a 600 yard plus dog leg par five make for a somewhat challenging but enjoyable round. Definitely recommended especially with the rates and deals. Great comfortable carts but no gps.
6 Likes.
Early off and done in about 3.5 hours. It would be nice if they had carts with windshields on the cool mornings. The tee boxes are level with the exception of a couple that are really sloped and need some work. The fairways have very good coverage. The rough was thick and about 3-4" which made it difficult to hit shots from. You were able to locate your balls today unlike some other courses where balls seem to disappear. The traps are all well maintained just in desperate need of sand!! The greens were in great shape rolling medium to semi quick and holding lines well. The staff is always great and rates reasonable for what is offered. Recommended.
8 Likes.
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