"those that are cruel to the kind will be kind to the cruel//the larger the government the smaller the citizen"
50 years old
flight attendant/yoga instructor
steve jund's Golf Statistics
|Available to Play Golf:
||Weekdays & Weekends|
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||any lefty, moe norman|
Where steve jund Plays Golf
Los Angeles County; San Bernardino County; Riverside County; Palm Springs Area; Orange County; San Diego County; Ventura County; San Francisco/North Bay Area; Mesquite/St.George Area; Laughlin/Bullhead City; * Other
What's in steve jund's Golf Bag
Epic Flash Driver 2019
Odyssey seven putter 2019
C3i 65 degree LW
Last Updated: July 10, 2019
I quit golf..... until tomorrow....
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steve jund's Golf Course Reviews
Chester is the kind of course where you think you should score well based on your initial look of the scorecard and the look of the course not having ... » More
Chester is the kind of course where you think you should score well based on your initial look of the scorecard and the look of the course not having many hazards and OB. But don't let that fool you. The postage stamp size greens surrounded by nasty velcro like grass forces you to be accurate of the tee so that you can be precise with your approach. For over 30 years I have walked off this course many times thinking I could have played better while shooting the same mediocre score. The course today had great fairways. The greens were decent but a little too bumpy. On the back 9 you must take into account that putts tend to break towards El Segundo Blvd. I noticed some fairway bunkers have been added to the course. This has made the longer par 4's even tougher.» Close
I know I just reviewed Alondra. But after having played it today since my last review the course has is even more dry and the greens are worse than be... » More
I know I just reviewed Alondra. But after having played it today since my last review the course has is even more dry and the greens are worse than before. They are slower and bumpy. There are strangely, spots on the course where the grass has grown quite thick. The course in its usual pattern will probably be in nasty shape until we can get more rain.» Close
This is simply the best condition I have ever seen Rancho Park in. My only complaint is the one bunker I was in on No. 6 that didn't have enough sand ... » More
This is simply the best condition I have ever seen Rancho Park in. My only complaint is the one bunker I was in on No. 6 that didn't have enough sand in it. Undulating topography, large unforgiving trees, and doglegs where ball position is vital make this course more challenging than your typical muni course. I want to play here tomorrow!!!» Close
On July 4th I went to practice and after hitting several chips realized how few people were teeing off. I took advantage and played instead of practic... » More
On July 4th I went to practice and after hitting several chips realized how few people were teeing off. I took advantage and played instead of practice. The greens are still in good shape. The rest of the course is drying out. This is typical for July. I even saw cracks in the clay based soil. The July 4th festivities in the park were packed with people. The next day, today, I heard they might turn the golf course into an expanded from what there is now, park. If they do this public golf on a per capita basis would safe to say would be the worst in the nation. Seeing how crowded it was in the park, I see their point. But, to eliminate a revenue (even though it is down) producing facility would be a big mistake. Rancho Park and Los Verdes are still very crowded. Where would you go? Victoria, with its methane soaked fairways? Yeah right! Chester L Washington would turn into a Rancho Park. Weekday fees would soar to 45$ to walk. Keep Alondra open!!!!!» Close
The contrast between good and bad out here is striking. Good:.The staff are very nice.Greens are med. fast and roll true. The fairways are outstanding... » More
The contrast between good and bad out here is striking. Good:.The staff are very nice.Greens are med. fast and roll true. The fairways are outstanding. This is a great course to play if you are a junior golfer. You need shotmaking, accuracy, course management, and the chance to deal with well bunkered sloping greens. A low or mid handicapper here would defeat a low handicapper say at a Woodley Lakes or Encino almost every time. The Bad: The rough too thick. Maybe they are letting it grow for a tournament? The clientele are a bit odd. They are not nearly as friendly as the staff. Golf just takes too long out here in the afternoon. The traffic is horrible on the 110 going home. I will stick to Alondra even though it is not nearly the caliber off these two great courses.» Close
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