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1. weber Posted: 02/19/15 2:07p Member Since: Dec 4, 2002 From: coto de caza
Stopped by here after playing the "big course" To be honest I found this little course rather charming and interesting. Overall condition was much better than the "morning course" The only problem ... Continue »
Stopped by here after playing the "big course" To be honest I found this little course rather charming and interesting. Overall condition was much better than the "morning course" The only problem was they are totally redoing the tee boxes, so many of the holes had the markers well infrom of the "forward markers" (potitically correct - right)
The golf course was packed with people, so the pace of play was at a snails pace. But the weather nice and it was like sitting in a parklike setting, so it's all good. Great customer service !
2. sixpez Posted: 12/20/14 7:00p Member Since: Oct 16, 2003 From: Irvine
This was my final stop today. I booked on GN to save a few bucks. It was $12 to walk or $18 with cart in the afternoon, so I took the cart option. They are building a new pro shop/clubhouse here, so t... Continue »
This was my final stop today. I booked on GN to save a few bucks. It was $12 to walk or $18 with cart in the afternoon, so I took the cart option. They are building a new pro shop/clubhouse here, so there's just a temporary trailer up and the parking lot is cramped with a lot of construction stuff. I teed off by myself around 2:00, but joined another single. We played through a couple groups on the front and were stuck behind a threesome on the back, but all 18 still only took around 2 hours.
The course conditions were good overall. The tee boxes were mostly good, but some of the short holes were pretty chewed up. For the most part, the course looks pretty green and lush throughout, but a little weaker when you look close-up throughout fairways and rough. Still, well above average for an executive course this time of year. Greens were pretty nice. Very soft and the poa was, as expected, a little bumpy late in the day, but the surfaces were well maintained. I wasn't in a bunker and there aren't too many on the course to begin with.
I was pleasantly surprised with this course. Fun 18-hole executive layout with some changes in elevation and nice greens. Four short par-4s and then a mix of par-3s ranging from 80 to 144 yards. Seems that whatever efforts they've made to restore/rebrand the big course here are also going into the short course, so that's good to see.