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Played 4/8/20 @ 1150am on a teeoff.com deal. This is supposed to be the sister course to La Purisima, but this is in much better shape... Tee boxes were great- all of them were level. Fairways and rough were really nice unless you got way off line and then it’s a crap shoot. The native vegetation is pretty gnarly. The course is surrounded by vineyards and everything is green because of the recent rain- it’s a pleasant sight. Sand traps were nice, a little firm because of the rain but at least you can get your club under the ball. Greens were excellent! They’re firm but fair and held short iron shots well. The only knock I have is that there are no flags! There’s a hole there, but it’s 2 inches above the ground. You’re putting into a barrier instead of a hole. Good luck trying to use a laser range finder! Customer service was awesome and they’re doing a wonderful job with all that’s going on right now. Overall it was a great experience- except for the missing flags...
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