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Los Angeles County; Ventura County
What's in Brian's Golf Bag
Ping G5 driver
Ping G5 3w
Ping ISI irons green dot 3-pw
Ping Craze putter
an assortment of balls usually the Costco special 24 Titliest for 29.99
Last Updated: March 9, 2015
Married with one kid play every couple of months now that the kid is around, but he is almost three and wants to start playing so maybe I get to sneak out more in the future. Have been playing for 15 years or so, and feel I am an decent player with room for improvement
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Played on September 20th with a 1:00 tee time after receiving an email from them for a free round of golf. (only had to pay for the cart fee). Went ou... » More
Played on September 20th with a 1:00 tee time after receiving an email from them for a free round of golf. (only had to pay for the cart fee). Went out as a threesome with 2 friends of mine. POP was right around 3 and a half hours, probably due to the fact that it was way to hot to be playing golf.
The tee boxes were chewed up on most of the holes, due to the par 4's needing layups to get around the doglegs. Fairways were in good shape with decent to good coverage in most all areas.
The rough was a long in some areas, and almost hardpan in others, but then again it's supposed to be penal and that is what you get for straying of the fairway.
The greens had some ball marks, but for the most part putted true. As others have stated, it's best to be below the hole on this course otherwise you could be in for some three putts.
I wasn't in any sand but one of my partners was and stated that it was so hard you almost had to pick it clean with can make for a tough shot.
A good time was had, not a big fan of the course as it is a little to quirky for my taste, but have a event for a friends school so wanted to get back out here to get some sort of knowledge before playing in the event. Beverage cart wasn't seen at all, and considering it was over 100 degrees out that is a big disappointment in my book.
Will be back for the event in a month, but it might be another 10 years before I make it back here with all the other courses in the area.» Close
Played Friday afternoon before the holiday with some friends. Course was in good shape, and is an enjoyable layout. POP was around 4 hours 15 minutes ... » More
Played Friday afternoon before the holiday with some friends. Course was in good shape, and is an enjoyable layout. POP was around 4 hours 15 minutes to 4 and a half hours. Stuck behind a three some for the front nine, with 2 of them leaving after nine.
The tee boxes are in great shape with very few ball divots, good coverage and fairly even lies. The fairways although are also in good shape considering the drought. The rough varies from sometimes needing to be trimmed to thin, depending on the hole, but my bad for not being in the fairway. Greens held shots well and rolled true (only downfall to the greens is the geese and some of the greens being overrun by droppings especially the 18th.
I would play again, and had a good time. The upgraded restaurant food is good, but at $10 for a quesadilla is a little on the high side, and I will probably find someplace else to eat for the price.» Close
Played the course the morning of August 29th, with a 6:42 tee time as a foursome with three friends. The course was running about 5 to 10 minutes behi... » More
Played the course the morning of August 29th, with a 6:42 tee time as a foursome with three friends. The course was running about 5 to 10 minutes behind already so I assumed we were going to be in for a long day. POP was about 4 hours and 15 minutes so once we got going it wasn't that bad of a wait.
Course was in good conditions considering the drought we are in with lush lies in most areas of the fairway. The rough was little thin, but it played didn't play bad or to harsh. Sand was soft. Tee boxes were in good shape mostly level except for a couple. Not to many divots except for the par 3's. Greens ran smooth, but weren't very quick at all. They held shots like darts, and I had a couple of iron shots into the greens that instead of spinning back or releasing got ended up looking like a fried egg in the sand.
I am used to playing in the Ventura area as it is cooler, and because of the wetter air from the ocean the courses seem to be in a little better shape, but I really commend the grounds crew, and would return.» Close
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