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What's in Kevin's Golf Bag
Callaway RAZR FIT 9.5
Ping G15 3 Wood
Adams Idea Tight Lies hybrid 3
Mizuno JPX 825 4-GW
Snake Eyes Putter
Balls: Various brands of new, well used, found, premium, discount, and freebies.
Tees: Various new, used, broken, tall, short.
Bottle opener, Advil, beer and cigars. Sometimes Scotch.
Last Updated: March 31, 2016
I enjoy playing new courses as much as possible and will golf anywhere. I like the challenge of tough courses, meeting new people, sunsets, holding hands, long walks on the beach...
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I played here yesterday with SBogey and his buddy, Bobby. It was my first time here and the course is in nice condition. Check in was nice; the guy th... » More
I played here yesterday with SBogey and his buddy, Bobby. It was my first time here and the course is in nice condition. Check in was nice; the guy there gave me a small discount, charging me $30, cart included. The small chipping green near one tee is nothing to write home about but the greens on the course were very nice. Nice and soft with high shots, but they don't seem to hold anything coming in hot. They rolled true, and break away down slope more than you think. With that said, the hot tip of the day is aim for the front of the green in most cases. The mountain will have an effect on your putts and the elevation seems to add a little more to each shot. Turf grass in the fairways was mostly lush with a few areas that needed more work. The rough was lush, thick, and mostly penal. I was in one bunker and it did need some raking to fluff up the packed sand. We had a small (20 minute) lightning delay due to a nearby storm. Course personnel came around and made sure all were off the course. We left our balls around and on 6 green and finished afterward. This is a very scenic course and it is mostly lush right now. I would recommend it when in the area.» Close
I played here Sunday morning at 9:36 AM with fellow GKer, Noemi. The course is in pretty good summer condition. There are a few areas of the fairway a... » More
I played here Sunday morning at 9:36 AM with fellow GKer, Noemi. The course is in pretty good summer condition. There are a few areas of the fairway and rough that are somewhat stressed out but overall there were good lies everywhere. Parts of the rough were heavy and long enough to be considered penal. Wayward tee shots could find sidehill lies or tree trouble easily. I walked the course and it was fine. The pace got slow just before the turn but later it picked up. However, it still took around five hours to complete. The greens were medium slow in speed but mostly smooth. Tee boxes were nice and level without a lot of divots. Bunkers tended to be thin with hard pan. We got food from the “restaurant “ after. It was okay and reasonably priced.» Close
It’s been quite a while since I last played here. I’m happy to see that the course is in as good a condition as I remember it with the exception of th... » More
It’s been quite a while since I last played here. I’m happy to see that the course is in as good a condition as I remember it with the exception of the bunkers. It appears that some bunkers are being eliminated with marked GUR and grass planted. Other bunkers have a lot of small rocks which just gets worse the more you take. Most likely the bunkers are going to get redone. Anyway, I don’t remember hitting into one, but Jesse found plenty and got out most every time.
I’d give the tees, fairways, and rough high marks for appearance and playability.
Greens were very nice. A little slow but not terrible since they didn’t mow due to last night’s rain. They seemed very receptive to most shots. I felt that I could just hit right to the hole at times and not worry that my ball was going to run off.
Great times with the group and big thanks to Johnny for all the prizes and setting it up with LR.» Close
Okay, back again for the second time this week. Got to love a member for a day deal. Greens running a little slower, most likely due to the heat. Not ... » More
Okay, back again for the second time this week. Got to love a member for a day deal. Greens running a little slower, most likely due to the heat. Not too slow; I would say medium fast overall, maybe a 9 or 9.5. Greens were also a little firm and if you cannot spin an approach, it could be hard to hold.
The fairways were good overall. Water saving measures throughout the course, such as the first 100 yards off the tee and further from the fairways you will find it very dry. Mostly though, I had good lies and enough turf under the ball unless it was in one of the many desert features.
The rough was a mixed bag of lush, green fescue, Bermuda grass, and hard pan turf. Areas of shade were better than those areas exposed to the sun. There's also a good amount of trees to keep you honest; you can't just blast your shots anywhere.
Bunkers are probably the weakest part of this course. The best ones had a thin layer of sand over hard pan dirt; the worst ones were just dirt clods with a little sand over hard pan. I guess you should avoid them!
The course is in an older housing tract (think ranch-style 1960's) just off the 14 Freeway. The clubhouse and facilities match the surrounding neighborhood. Folks here are nice and it's a very relaxed vibe. I was able to play through a couple of groups this week and each round was about 2 hours for me.
Nice and breezy here in the afternoons. Just enough wind today to make things interesting, maybe two clubs at times. I suspect it's almost always windy here in the afternoons.
For the $54 (I took my buddy's voucher off him for $20, since he couldn't use it) I paid for two rounds here, I can't complain. They do not normally have public play here, so you need a special "Member for a Day" deal if you're not a member. GroupGolfer.com has offered it twice this year so far.» Close
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