""I didn't come here to lay up" "Even a blind squirel finds a nut""
40 years old
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||Simi Hills =) read below|
Where YOUNG CHO Plays Golf
Los Angeles County; San Bernardino County; Riverside County; Palm Springs Area; Orange County; San Diego County; Ventura County; Santa Barbara County
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Last Updated: March 10, 2019
Proudest golf moment is shooting even par 71 at Simi Hills. Driving the ball 300 yards at Woodley Lakes Golf Course on the short par 4 11th hole. Never had an Ace but I still have time. I love to play golf and I go out about twice a week if my wife lets me. I hate slow play. I don't understand why a 20+ handicap marks a 2 footer instead of putting out. And yes Titleist is the number one ball. Everything else is a blur.
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I had the opportunity to play this course on 4/19/19. I took my dad out around 11:30 am on a Friday afternoon. Had no tee time, just showed up and t... » More
I had the opportunity to play this course on 4/19/19. I took my dad out around 11:30 am on a Friday afternoon. Had no tee time, just showed up and the pro shop said, "go on out to the ball boys and they will set you up." We were teeing off literally after we left the pro shop. The cost was $60/per player ($120 total) which included a cart with GPS, cold towel, and cooler with ice. As soon as you drop the clubs off you are greeted by the cart attendants. They take your bag and strap it to a cart waiting for you as soon as you leave the pro shop. Everyone on the course is very friendly. Got paired up with two members and they were in a match game so I didn't really talk to them. The fairways were immaculate. I've seen greens similar to the fairways at this course. Rough is non-existent, only a secondary cut then cart path. I love these dessert style golf courses. The bunkers were compact but had enough sand to get out. Everything about the course layout was challenging but very playable. The one caveat was the greens. They were in bad shape. Maybe it was because of the different type of grass they use here but they looked like mini weeds growing into each other. They were very receptive but putting on them were very very tricky. The grain of the grass dictated a lot how the ball would roll more than the break and the speed. They looked fast but they were extremely slow. I had a hard time finding pitch marks on the green but our playing partner said don't bother, "they heal themselves". Also, most of the greens looked diseased with dark black patches. It was a shame to hit a nice drive and a second only to struggle hitting puts. I have to state this, driving the ball off the tee is a premium, a couple of the holes run along the driveway of the entrance so if you have performance anxiety maybe this course might be too challenging for you. I did notice the ball travel and roll a lot further on this course. I normally drive it around 250 yards but I was getting tee shots of about 270-280 yards with my Project A and Cleveland Custom XL drive. I have to say this course has so much potential if they fixed the greens. I would definitely play this course again because my brother lives behind the 4th hole so access is not a problem. Also, twilight M-F is only $30 for non-residents which includes cart (they don't allow walking at any time), which is cheaper than my local course (Whittier Narrows). On the weekday there is no one playing on the course after 3 pm. Whenever I am visiting my brother in Henderson I will be playing this track.» Close
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