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Played Friday Sept 18th at 7am, check in fast and friendly. Putting green is still closed?????? We followed 2 2 some and after the 1st hole never saw them, POP was 410 and that was all us, there was no one in front of us and no one behind us. Since that was the case my partners lost many ball and spent allot of time looking for balls. The course was very empty. The course has a sign and says it will be closed Monday Oct 5th for aeration. The course was just way too wet, fairways muddy spots and greens were so soft and wet it was impossible to fix your ball marks. Balls would plug in the greens to the top of the ball. I know I am over weight at 197, but I would walk on the greens and leave 1/8" to 1/4" foot prints and then you could see the water seeping into the foot print. They had their BBQ going when we finished at 1110. The parking lot only had about a dozen cars in it when we left. I still like this course and will be back, just hope they dry out the greens a little.
Played a quick 9 with the boys at this classy almost 100 yr old + track. Gotta say the conditions here are really pretty dAmn nice for a sub $10 9 hole track. #2, #6 and of course the BEAST OF THE IE #9 as always are not easy holes. Fairways pretty lush, well cut and watered. Sand in bunkers better than many of the so called "daily fee" goat farms out there that just cant or wont rake em and or put in sand. No weeds in these guys. Putting surfaces rolling at a 10-11 --very comfortable to putt on. Get out there --just do so before 4pm as that is their last TT.
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I went to Palmbrook for probably the last time today on a 130 tee time. As the previous reviewer noted this is a value course but a great place to play. I have to say the guys in the clubhouse are the most helpful and welcoming employees. They are always positive and friendly to my son.
Great value like I said with range balls included, great carts with GPS, and good course conditions. As Jamesg18015 said, the course won’t kill you with a forgiving layout but is a fun place to play.
A definite place to play especially now with so many courses in the valley getting ready to oversees.
Played back nine early 9/15/20. Shocked to discover that greens were severely damaged with many bare spots. Furthermore they were heavily sanded. No warning about this condition when we checked in and still charged full member rate. Very surprising development as the course had been in superb shape since coming back from Covid lockdown.
Rode the Eagle tees (6715/72.8/133) in 3H, 55M with Shaunstorm123 mid morning. Thanks to Shaun for setting up a fun round! The weather was hazy, muggy, fairly calm and around 110 when we finished.

Really fun layout, par 72. Three par 3's, three par 5's and twelve par 4's. Excellent mixture of risk reward, medium and longer par 4's. Definitely keeps things interesting. On most holes, if you miss the fairway, you hope the rough catches it, because there are native areas that they play like a water hazard penalty where your ball is likely gone. There is also a generous amount of water hazards on this course. Almost no holes where penalty shots are not just waiting to jump up and bite you on anything crooked.

Bermuda tees were lush and well maintained. No challenges with level lies.

Both the Bermuda fairways and rough were lush with occasional brown patches. Very good considering they will be over seeding soon.

Sand traps were okay, the only part of the course not well above average. First course I have played in over 6 months that had rakes in the traps.

Bermuda greens putted medium speed and were firm with few ball marks. Many greens had some pin placements where you could expect some fairly severe breaks.

The customer service was exceptional. Cart staff is great. Quick, efficient check-in with the pro shop. Drink cart around several times. Complementary range balls and bottled water are included with your golf fees. The carts were newer with advanced GPS including a video tour of each hole with tips on how to best play the hole. The course was in excellent late summer condition overall. Definitely recommended.
Out early not only to beat the heat, but also to get ahead of the course closure due to the 2 day "Windmill Classic". As expected the course was in very nice condition, with green speeds a bit quicker than typical. Green still very receptive. Fairways have great coverage, yet remain "tight" Overall the condition is very good, which means is typical because beginning October 5th, they will be closing the course for about one month to over seed and aerate the greens.

While I appreciate this is a needed to maintain the good conditions, that means we will have over 1000 members vying for just one course with limited tee time availability and shorting daylight.
played as a single joining a very older 3some on a very warm turning hot by the time we finished on thursday 9/17...tee time 840..price 34.00 including my own unshared cart..pop was 415..check in very easy/starter assaigned you a cart and 1st tee here we shop and first tee are about 30 yards apart(that helps when you are running behind and only have 4 minutes before tee time after you check in) putting green is fairly large next to 1st tee..played the blues 6315/slope 127.. fairways are mostly sloping one side more than the other..most are fairly narrow 30 to 40 yards wide a few browning spots but mostly good coverage..they are trying to keep every thing green which causes overwater sections of the fairways, over half had a spot or two of muddy fairways grade 7..bunkers were not consist and very wet/muddy(saw maintance working on 2 during my round and only the 18th greenside had grass clumps/weeds growing in it..grade 5..greens very very good with above average speed/again most of the collars around the greens were overaly moist..grade 8
quiet/nature/no homes on the front nine/rough was spotty and most areas were habit sensitive so if you hit it in there just wave to your ball as you drive by..snack bar was nice and large/no cart girl on my visit/no water stations/bathroom on the course was porta pots
overall a real country feel and a great value for the senior price of 34.00 with cart/about a 50 min drive from sdsu...highly recomend
I played as a single on 9/16/2020 with a 10:00am tee time. POP was fine, getting around in 4:10. Marshalls are sorely missed here at times but overall it's not bad.

The fariways and greens were in great shape. A few tees, while mostly lush, have some pretty serious divot damage. If was nearly impossible to find a decent spot on a couple fo the par 3 tee boxes. Overall though, the course is in very nice shape, especially given the severe weather we've been seeing.

This course is a serious test of your short game. Huge collars surround all the greens and depending on pin placement it can be tough to get tight to most pins. Sadly, I noticed a lot of players playing from the blue tees that absolutely shouldn't have been and as a result sometimes we waited on a few tees.

as always, I had a great time here and look forward to going back. you can only get aa senior discount if you have a senior card, which seemed like a lot of hassle, but that's about the only concern I had. Covid procedures are as expected, masks in the clubhouse, food only through a small window, and such, but again, not a big deal.
I always look forward to playing the goat. I can not believe just how much better the course is condition wise from my last time here. Night & Day. And I suspect it will only get better. While the greens roll well, they are still too slow for my taste, but I suspect if they were firm and fast, one would never be able to finish a round of golf there. They are small, undulating and just tough !

As i did not bring any kind of game with me, the course absolutely humbled me. This course can humble you when you play well, so when you struggle, it makes for a brutal day, BUT, despite that, still love playing here and will return again soon. For those who have never played the Goat, don't me put off by the short yardage, this course is all you've be able to handle.
Out again today. POP 3 H. Fairways in much better shape this morning. Cut and fresh. No tee issues. Bunkers were all clean and they provided players a rake on the cart and asked that you rake them after play (nice idea). Greens were hit/miss IMO. Some good and others in need of aeration (11,12,15) and quickly. Customer service excellent. Mask at check in and cart pick up. They even have a "mask area notice" on the GPS as a reminder when you enter required areas. Was told that restaurant is being prepared for opening ASAP as OC has removed some restaurant restrictions county wide. Agree with Weber. Sr rate is too high @ $60.
Sunday morning round in about 4 1/2 hours (very slow). The staff is friendly enough and helpful. The back tee boxes have gotten worse recently and are thin, dry, shaggy and a few very sloped. The rough has dried up for the most part and the weeds are starting to take over again. The fairways are about 50 - 50 with some in acceptable condition and others pretty dry and thin. The traps here haven't changed with most thin and compact. The greens were holding shots well but many people didn't care to fix their marks. The greens were somewhat slower than usual and damper most likely for the heat we have had in the valley lately. The ownership NO longer offers a free birthday round to golfers and they are not missing much. Hopefully it will cool down and start raining again!
9/ 16 using teeoff deal time $31 POP 410 fairly busy 1100 time following a 5some and a slowish 4some. Fairways are still ok overall with some brownish areas and still pretty good cover. Rough about 2 inches mostly thick enough to make it interesting. Bunkers mostly groomed with covid conditions and varying sand quality. Tees thin many slanted to some degree.
Greens are again the highlight for the course mostly healthy mostly smooth rolling medium fast. Some pins in places I have never seen before often nears the periphery and often tucked behind bunkers for front placements.
Course is still a major construction mode so aesthetics are not so good. Still a fun tricky layout with accuracy a premium.
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