sbiskar's Golf Statistics
|Available to Play Golf:
||Will Ride or Walk|
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Los Angeles County; San Bernardino County; Riverside County; Orange County
What's in sbiskar's Golf Bag
Callaway XR16 driver 10.5 deg. reg., set closed face
Taylormade SLDR-C 3 wood 15 deg. reg.
Taylormade SLDR 3 & 4 hybrids reg., 19 & 21 (21 set higher) degs.
Cobra Bio Cell 5h , set 22.5 deg. reg.
Taylormade R11 irons 6-approach wedge, graphite reg.
Taylormade SLDR 56 deg. sw graphite reg.
Cleveland CG15 oil quench 60 deg., 12 deg. bounce, lob wedge steel
Odyssey 2-ball blade mallet putter, 35" shaft
Snell MTB, Bridgestone 330 RX, Titleist ProV1, Nike RZN White, Hopkins, Volvik Vivid or Callaway Superhot golf ball
Last Updated: May 3, 2019
Weekdays only. Mostly Orange County, Long Beach, and Corona areas.
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After many years of staying away, and for good reason, decided to chance a round. Green fee walking on a Friday was very fair. Wet, muddy conditions... » More
After many years of staying away, and for good reason, decided to chance a round. Green fee walking on a Friday was very fair. Wet, muddy conditions all around. E.g., Casual water, almost a pond, in front of 1 green. Brutal to hit out of thick, mushy rough. Hadn't rained in couple of weeks, so I didn't understand over-watered conditions. Pace was brutally slow. Greens are small, some are domed, presumably as protection for the short distances on many par 4s. On #1 you realize the tricks the course designer put in as there is a large tree just in front of green, blocking 75% of any approach. Beginners gather here so extra time, without a thought for etiquette, taken to search for errant shots as you watch from behind. Range balls are kept in large plastic tubs, unwashed. Every ball was muddy. Won't return to play on poorly maintained course.» Close
Played here on 12-2-19. Recent booking policy is to constantly adjust the green fee for different times each day. So, you have to decide whether to ... » More
Played here on 12-2-19. Recent booking policy is to constantly adjust the green fee for different times each day. So, you have to decide whether to book now at a possibly higher price, or wait closer to the date u want to play and hope for a price drop. It's like playing the stock market. I have a Creek Card, but it saved me only $10. Even though it hadn't rained for a few days, when I checked in it was cart path only for all 18 holes. No warning on their app re cpo. You have to call the pro shop the morning you're going to play to find out conditions. The fairways were very shaggy in spots. Looked like normal rough. The rough was brutal - long & sticky, with deep holes. The practice green near the range was punched and bumpy. Fortunately, the greens were in better shape. Pace was a reasonable 4 1/2 hours. I'll skip buying a Creek Card for 2020. No longer worth the ever increasing price.» Close
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