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For the second weekend in a row, I waited too long to book anything so I was scouring a bunch of sites in search of cancellations Friday night. This time I lucked into a 1:12 time popping up for San Clemente at $39 walking rate. I arrived around 12:20 in hopes of starting early enough to guarantee finishing, and actually started around 12:55 paired with three other singles. Seems like this course is still allowing walk-ups to get on the list, unlike many other courses that require everyone to have confirmed tee times during Covid. Three of us walked and one rode. Things moved pretty consistently and we finished in four and a half hours.

Conditions are excellent in my book. The greens are smooth, a little thatchy, running medium speed and accepting full shots well. Downhillers towards the ocean can get pretty quick. I thought the fairways were excellent, with great kikuyu coverage although there are some brown spots here and there. The rough is 2-3 inches deep, not too penal but enough to make you work harder and sometimes grabby due to the kikuyu. Tee boxes were all decent, no complaints. I was in two bunkers, one of which had plentiful sand, and the other was pretty thin.

Always a great time playing this course. I love it so much. Walking it can get tiring. Felt appropriate to play it during the Genesis Invitational week with its vague similarities to Riviera: kikuyu, William Park Bell’s involvement, coastal air and winds, barrancas in play, etc. Highly recommended.
Played here today at 11:40 with a “Deal” time for about $44 (after 15% off promo) w/cart. Check in through a window into the shop and then there’s a little table set up outside with another employee who assigns carts. Ended up starting a few minutes early playing with three others, including one walker. After a couple holes, we fell about half a hole behind the group in front of us (the group behind us was nowhere to be seen, though, so no big deal), but ultimately caught them at the 17th tee and had to wait a bit on the last two holes. Overall POP good at around 4:20. Carts had no sand bottles, no rakes in bunkers, no touching the pin, masks required on course the whole time, pool noodle in the cups… yet the mask-less Marshall was driving around and filling divots on the first tee.

Conditions are pretty good. Having played munis on back-to-back days, I’d say Rec Park actually looks better than Harding did yesterday, but where I lucked into avoiding the bare spots and lesser conditioned areas yesterday, I seemed to find a lot of them today. Greens were the highlight of the course… mostly smooth, medium-fast, accepted full shots really well. Fairways had good coverage of healthy green grass, but as I already alluded to, also their fair share of bare spots and unfortunate lies. The rough seemed to be a mix of grasses and also had some bare spots. While the rough isn’t deep, I had trouble making crisp contact when I was in it. (Although that may be due to the fact I hit my irons poorly all day.) Tee boxes were mostly good except the par 3s were definitely more beat up than the others. I was only in one bunker (greenside at 18) and it was full of high quality sand.

Many, many years ago I used to play here and all the Long Beach courses fairly regularly, but then for some reason I started to prefer Skylinks and El Dorado to Rec Park. As a result, I hadn’t been here for probably at least 20 years until today. I really enjoyed the course quite a bit. I still haven’t played Skylinks since the long-ago renovation, but I definitely preferred Rec Park today to what I remember of ElDo. Will consider playing here more often.
With nothing to do Saturday and decent tee times hard to come by, I was scouring several sites Friday evening in hopes of something popping up. Eventually around 10pm a 10:30 tee time for Harding at Griffith Park was available, so I snatched it and played there today. $42 to walk. Arrived a little before 10:00, tried to check in but they told me they’ll call me 10 minutes prior to my time. All the practice greens are closed and roped off with yellow “crime scene” tape, so there’s not much to do if you don’t want to go hit balls on the range. This results in lots of people standing around outside the clubhouse, and it seems to me they’d be more spread out if they were able to use all the practice areas. (Having them closed does prevent non-players from showing up to practice putting, though.) I was paired with a threesome and we started pretty much on time, maybe a few minutes late. We waited on the group in front of us all day, and things got a little backed up on the 18th tee, but overall pace wasn’t too bad for here. I think we finished in about 4:50, and it seemed quicker than that to me.

Conditions are decent. Thankfully, the greens are the highlight. For the most part, they ran medium-fast to fast and accepted full shots well. They were a little bumpy in places and some greens have some slight bare spots around the edges, but overall pretty good. Aside from a little bit of spotty coverage, fairways are actually not too bad either. The turf had more cushion than I expected for this time of year. Rough was a little more hit or miss, but where there is grass, it wasn’t too penal. Tee boxes were in mediocre condition, inconsistent from hole to hole but always somewhere to put the tee in grass. I was in one bunker and the sand was pretty thin, but not too bad.

I hadn’t played Harding for about 25 years, so it was nice to get back. Recommended if you can get a tee time. After the morning cloud cover burned off, it was a beautiful, partly cloudy day with only slight breezes and temps around 65-70. Pretty much ideal.
Such a shame that this facility – with two really exceptional layouts – seems so customer UN-friendly. Had a 12:50 time here today as a single, knowing it could be a little dicey whether or not I’d finish. Then when I checked in, they had a sign and the guy informed me carts needed to be in by 4:30. So I said, “Ok, how’s that work… then someone drives me back out to wherever I was to finish?” And he said, “No, the golf course is closed at 4:30.” When I told him that’s ridiculous, his reply was, “We had a tournament today, sir” as if that has any relevance to deciding to close the course at least an hour before total darkness sets in. Now the good news: I actually finished, but only because I was so visibly angry about the situation when I dealt with the starter that he figured out a way to get me off early and playing the back nine first, which was wide open after the tournament for some reason. Only because of that, my group played quickly and were finished by 4:00, playing with three seniors visiting from Canada. Total POP around 3:30. If the starter hadn’t moved me around like that, I assume I would’ve finished about 13 or 14 holes by 4:30. What the heck kind of facility decides to close at 4:30 when it’s light until at least 5:30 and playable until probably 5:45 right now? I hadn’t been here for 6+ years and still remember the front desk person was really rude that time, too. But this goes beyond the front desk. This is ownership and/or management blatantly willing to screw their customers for no good reason. (Has the Covid golf boom already gone to the heads of some course management?)

Anyway, the North course is in quite good condition. Holes 1, 8 & 9 are cart path only. The greens roll really good, but I’m a little concerned for their future. They are brownish/olive bermuda (I think) grass that seems very dry and brittle. Despite their firmness, they accept full shots pretty well. They rolled mostly smooth and medium-fast to fast. Fixing ball marks almost felt like you were damaging the green because the grass was so dry. Fairways were beautiful overseeded rye, providing good lies. Rough was the same stuff just a bit longer… long enough to potentially impact your swing, but I wouldn’t say deep. I played the yellow tees and several holes had black, yellow and white all bunched within a few yards of each other. There were quite a few divots on most tees but still plenty of good areas to choose from. Sand was good, although lots of footprints due to no rakes. (Practice putting green didn’t have cups; instead they had the pins with the peg on the bottom. Singles get single-rider carts; people who book together are expected to ride together.)

Really great layout; one of my favorites in the Coachella Valley. Gorgeous weather today: Clear skies, little wind, lots of snow on San Jacinto. The only residences on the course are the timeshare bordering a few holes, but even then it’s rarely in play. The South course was not overseeded this year… looks a little scruffy and likely VERY firm and fast everywhere. Despite my love for the layout, not sure how anxious I am to return here unless ownership or management changes.
Played here today with the GK Review Gurus. I was in the second group with sixpez and nutnbutcup. POP great at about 3:50. Cool, sometimes cold, windy and overcast day robbed the course of some of its visual punch, but that’s about the only negative I can think of.

Conditions are excellent! Greens are smooth, medium-fast, and mostly firm. Full shots did stop decently quick for me, but not necessarily for everyone. Play a spinning ball and/or hit high approach shots to ensure they stop quickly. Fairways are beautiful, lush overseeded rye, providing perfect lies and cushion all day. Rough was lush overseeded rye just a little deeper, not very penal. Most of the bunkers I was in were good, although one was a little thin. Tee boxes were lush, flat and well maintained with some noticeable divot damage.

Layout-wise, the course offers lots of beautiful views especially from the tee. You can tell a lot of attention was paid to placing trees, bunkers, and mounding in eye-pleasing spots. Maybe the only minor knock on it is I’m not sure this course has a definitive “signature” hole. (I'm not saying every course has to have a signature hole, more of a comment in relation to FireCliff.) Still a really fun play especially when conditions are like they are currently. Highly recommended.
Played here today with a 1:10 “Deal” time purchased just a couple hours earlier. I was checking the app a few times an hour to see if any new offerings popped up, and when this one did, I jumped on it. (It must’ve been a cancellation because the starter’s printouts showed a foursome in that 1:10 slot.) Got a great deal plus 15% off promo code to pay around $28. Sounded like another player was arguing with the starter a bit about whether or not he and his buddy would have to ride together. Apparently if you book as a single, they’ll give you a single-rider cart. If you book as a twosome, you have to share with who you booked with. At any rate, I got my own cart and luckily the starter sent me and another guy off as a twosome around 20 minutes early when the group that was supposed to be teeing off was nowhere to be found. Front nine POP was awful, with four groups stacked up on the par-3 4th tee, and multiple groups waiting on several other holes. When the backups continued on the back nine, it seemed highly unlikely we would finish, but eventually the group in front of us left after 17 and me and my playing partner decided to give it a go. Luckily we both hit good shots all the way, and were able to find them and finish just as it was pretty much too dark to possibly play anymore. Total POP just under 5 hours. Seems like the course could’ve managed this better, because when we were on the 12th tee, there was no one at all playing the adjacent 14th hole. Someone should’ve told that group to speed up.

Conditions are mediocre, but playable. Greens are in decent condition. Seemed a little bumpy, far too many unfixed ball marks, medium speed and more firm than soft. The weird part is they look great, by far the most visually attractive part of the course right now. Another oddity: At least two greens had piles of sand on them in spots that looked like bare spots from afar. Not sure what that was about. Probably 6/10 overall. Fairways are a mix of thin dormant bermuda and bare spots of hardpan dirt. Very tight lies and very little to slow balls down when they get near the edges/ESA. Where it exists, rough was pretty good. Some lush rye and some dormant bermuda. I wasn’t in any bunkers but my playing partner was, and said it had very little sand in it. Blue tee boxes were fair.

Every time I play here I ask myself why I don’t play here more often. It’s a really good layout and pretty fun right now with the extremely firm and fast conditions. (My playing partner hit a great drive that went almost 400 yards on the par-5 12th.) You really have to think about what the ball is going to do after it hits the ground, which can get in your head and also adds an element of extra fun. Recommended at “deal” prices, but not sure I’d be happy paying more considering current conditions and pace of play.
Waited until the last second to decide if and where to play today, and ultimately couldn’t resist a last-minute (after-midnight booking) tee time at 8:40 this morning for about $38 ($45 minus 15% off promo code) on Arrived around 8:10 and the course was far less busy than I expected. Only the North & West nines are open. Looks like they didn’t overseed the South this year, or maybe just recently did so. A twosome headed off before me, and I played by myself. I have often jokingly said I think you should get one free stroke on every hole that you “play through” another group, and today I would’ve received three free strokes from that twosome ahead. They waved me up on my approach to 2, but then after I hit they putted out and went and hit their drives on 3. Then I rushed over and hit my tee shot on 3 before driving ahead and finishing the hole. But then one of them sprayed their approach over on the 4th tee and so I felt hurried again, and dunked my tee shot on a watery par 3. Anyway, was happy to play through and finished the front nine in a little over an hour. Back nine was slower but overall POP was outstanding at 2:47.

Conditions are really great! The greens are just about perfect: Smooth, medium-fast, accepting of full shots and very few blemishes. Fairways are lush with great coverage and attractive mowing lines. The rough varies from lush rye on some holes to a mix of rye and dormant bermuda on others. The bermuda is a little thin but the rye rough is great. Black tee boxes were mostly good; some of them are a little small (Black tees almost seem like an afterthought or were maybe added later here) so some of them had lots of divot damage because there’s not much room to move the markers around. Still good, though. Bunkers were not all that well maintained (no rakes) but played really good anyway, filled with sufficient sand.

When this course is in really nice shape like this, I enjoy it quite a bit. It has some nice elevation changes that you don’t often find on some of comparable “resort courses” around the Valley. It’s not very long at all (except the 645-yard par 5 on the West nine), but it requires you to think your way around and rewards players who can move the ball both ways. On that note, the GPS seemed a little weird. Either it was wrong or the yardages on the scorecard are wrong on some holes. Some of the par 4s listed as in the 330-340 range on the card said only like 310 on the GPS, and it wasn’t like the tees were moved up. GPS said the 645-yard par 5 was only about 610. Pro shop staff and starter were very friendly. Overall a lot of fun and a ridiculous value for this time of year at the rate I got.
Played here today with an 11:33 “Deal” time for a great price of around $77 after 20% promo code. Hard to beat for a course that’s hosting the PGA Tour in two and a half weeks. (More on that in a minute.) Started right on time, got paired with an old guy who has been a PGA West member for 23 years, and then a guy from L.A. playing with his young son (and had an even younger son riding along with them). So we teed off and as we were waiting to hit our approaches to No. 1, the starter drove out and yelled to us that holes one and nine were cart path only. No problem, although we weren’t notified beforehand. Here’s the weird part: I never saw the guy who was a member again. One of the young kids said they saw him driving back toward the tee, but he didn’t say goodbye or anything, just bailed on us halfway through the first hole. I’m not sure if he was mad at the starter for sort of “yelling” at him, or didn’t want to play with young kids in the group, or didn’t feel well all of a sudden, or what? Anyway, the other guy and I didn’t let it faze us, and we soldiered on. Overall pace was good, finishing in just a little over four hours. Sometimes we were a little slow (understandable with a young kid playing one of the hardest courses in the world) and other times we were waiting on the group ahead of us. Group behind us seemed to always be just far enough back that they didn’t have to wait. Weather was absolutely perfect, beautiful and comfortable all day, blue skies and little/no wind.

Anyway, onto conditions. First of all, the course looks absolutely gorgeous right now, and I’d seen lots of 5-star reviews on GolfAdvisor leading up to this round. And here’s where things get tricky, ratings-wise. When you get on top of the fairways and greens, there are quite a few thin spots. Don’t get me wrong… there are also super-lush areas that you’d expect with the Tour arriving shortly. And for the most part, the course is in great condition. Just not consistently “Tour quality.” Especially on the front nine, many greens seemed very thin and even had some bare spots around the edges. I also found the greens really difficult to read today. They were mostly smooth, medium/medium-fast speed, and medium firmness. I’m frankly surprised they’re letting the public play on them when the world’s eyes will be on them in a couple weeks. Fairways were deep green lush rye, but did have some thin spots and muddy spots here and there. The rough is mostly dormant bermuda but there is some rye rough around some greens. Blue tee boxes were good; a couple were moved up in to keep the “pro tees” pristine in advance of the tourney, but not to a ridiculous degree. A few tee boxes also had large coverings in spots to keep things pure as well. All the bunkers I was in were good; no rakes.

First time I’ve stayed dry on 17! But… I still missed the green. I was in a little patch of rough on the far left edge of the island. Also first time I was ever down in the greenside bunker on San Andreas… hit a fantastic bunker shot to about 8 feet on my first try, but missed the par putt. Overall I had a great time and I’m sure it will add enjoyment to watching the American Express tourney when it arrives. Highly recommended at the rate I got.
Played the FRONT NINE ONLY of the Cove course after we finished Classic today. We started around 3:55, so we were flying around trying to play as many holes as possible. We caught a threesome ahead on one hole, but they quickly let us play through. Then on another hole someone was seemingly practicing putting on the green for a few minutes before they noticed we were on the tee. Finished nine holes in probably a little under an hour. We still had enough sunlight to probably play at least 3 or 4 more holes, but didn’t want to press our luck with having the carts out too late as grateful guests invited to play more after our first 18 of the day.

Conditions were very similar, although it seemed some of the rough on Cove wasn’t overseeded quite the same as on Classic. I saw some dappled yellow spots here and there. Otherwise, medium-fast, smooth, firm greens (although accepting of full shots). Fairways great. Tee boxes and bunkers both very good.

While the Classic course has more history, the Cove course (at least the front nine) is arguably more fun, with wider fairways, a more modern look, and beautiful mountain backdrops on many holes. (Classic mostly looks like a 50s/60s Palm Springs course, while Cove looks like an 80s/90s Palm Springs course.) I’m anxious to play the back nine sometime!
Got an invite from a friend to play out here at 12:00 today, Sunday 12/27. Worked out perfectly as I was sitting on 299 different lifetime courses, so getting to play such a historic private club and former PGA Tour venue for No. 300 was awesome! We started right on time and were sent out just as the two of us, following a walking threesome and with two single riders immediately behind us. The club puts an emphasis on fast play, and even though we were waiting on the group ahead, we definitely felt pressure from the twosome behind us as we both wanted to relish the experience a bit and take lots of photos. Things worked out when the twosome behind us decided to jump over to the Cove course after the par-5 5th. Even with lots of waiting on the group ahead of us, POP was great at about 3:45. (And quick enough that we got offered the opportunity to keep playing on Cove. I’ll write a separate review for that.) Saw the beverage cart twice. Even the attendant stressed fast play, as she encouraged us to continue playing while she made our Bloody Marys and drove to catch up with us when she finished. Marshal came by every few holes as well.

Conditions are fantastic. Everything is deep green with really good coverage. Nothing was quite immaculate, but 8s and 9s across the board. Greens were smooth, medium-fast and pretty firm. A few blemishes here and there, but mostly great. Fairways were lush, cut short with good coverage, and never had to think twice about any lies. Rough was even more lush and not too deep, maybe two inches at the most. Tee boxes were all good. I was in a bunch of bunkers and they were all pretty consistent with a firm base (not hardpan, though) and sufficient sand on top to play shots accurately. No rakes due to covid, but it’s obvious they are grooming the bunkers daily as they all looked really nice.

The layout shares similarities with many Coachella Valley courses such as palm-lined narrow fairways, occasionally playing through the flood channel/wash, and desert homes lining the edges and bringing OB into play. Then there are a few holes – 3, 4, 5, & 18 – that play right against the Santa Rosa mountains and are clearly a step up from the rest. I loved those holes, especially the 5th and 18th, both of which are excellent and beautiful par 5s. The only minor bummer of the day was that the sun never fully emerged from behind pretty thick cloud cover, stifling the course’s beauty just a bit. Overall it was a fantastic experience, and felt great to notch off because I was supposed to play here back in March, but my tee time at that point was the first weekend of the Riverside County covid golf shutdown.

If you ever get a chance to play here, make sure to take advantage of it!
Played here today with an 11:51 “Deal” time from for a great deal of about $53 after 20% off promo code. Check in went smooth and the starter informed me I would be playing by myself, wedged between some foursomes. That was fine with me; no need to worry about Covid from a stranger, and I could take all the pictures I wanted. (Although cloudy skies all day didn’t make for the best picture taking. By the time I finished, the cloud cover was very thick, making it almost dark at 3:45. Then it started raining on my drive home.) POP was moving along fine, and then the foursome in front of me asked me to play through on No. 8. By the time I got to the 10th, there was another foursome on the green ahead of me, but I was fine just relishing the back nine on one of my favorite courses, so I just laid back a bit and tried not to pressure them at all. Total round was a little under 4:00.

Conditions are pretty good, and probably a little better than Dunes, which I played a few days ago. Greens are good, mostly smooth (16 had tons of ball marks), medium-fast and accepting of full shots. I don’t remember which holes, but I did notice a few bare spots around the edges of some greens. It seems this course always has certain greens that aren't quite pristine. It’s weird to me that a course of this caliber and reputation can’t get things like that under control when other high-end desert courses can present near-immaculate conditions this time of year. Fairways were mostly lush and had good coverage. If there was a downside, it seemed that quite a few front nine fairways were quite wet and even muddy in areas. The rough on Mountain is lush overseeded rye (as opposed to dormant bermuda on Dunes) and pretty easy to hit out of, maybe two inches deep at most. There are some of the deep, nasty grasses if you get too far offline, which killed my score on No. 17. Avoid those areas at all costs! I think I was only in one bunker and it was good quality sand. Tee boxes were good. Also there’s an abundance of coots around the water features on the front nine.

Highly recommended at the price I got. If paying full rack rate, you might be let down by the conditions, but in my mind the layout here never disappoints. One of my top 10 favorite courses and it was nice to play it in lush winter conditions (Seems like I usually play it in summer.) Merry Christmas all!
Had an 11:33 “Deal” time here today for a great price of $45 after 15% off promo code. Bag drop and check-in went smoothly, and then I walked over to the practice putting green for about 10 minutes (at the most), only to return to the staging area to find that my cart was missing (along with my bag including my wallet and keys and my camera bag). I told one of the outside attendants, and I am so impressed with how vigilantly they jumped into action. He first grabbed a new cart and drove me down to the range to see if someone had mistakenly taken the wrong cart, but my bag wasn’t there. He radio’d to the starters on both Mountain and Dunes to have all players check that they had the right carts, and we still couldn’t find it. He said maybe a food & beverage employee accidentally used the cart without noticing there were clubs on it, but a few minutes of investigation found that wasn’t the case, either. By this point I’d missed my tee time and was beginning the process of freezing my credit cards when they finally located my bag and brought it back to me. Crisis averted!

Evidently some idiot who was renting clubs somehow thought my cart and my clubs were his rental set. I was so happy that they weren’t stolen, I didn’t even check to make sure everything was still good, but then when I was on the first fairway, another attendant drove out to me and gave me two additional clubs that had been removed from my bag by this dolt. Oh, another employee gave me a couple free bottles of Gatorade as a “make good” before I teed off, too. (Even though it wasn’t the course’s fault at all.) And one other impressive point, one guy said they have video of that staging area, and he was already contacting the person in charge of it to figure out what happened to my clubs. All in all, excellent service from everyone involved. I ended up teeing off in the 11:51 group with two cool guys visiting from Seattle. POP was good… minimal waiting all day and we finished in just over four hours.

If you're a La Quinta Resort employee reading this: Thank you very much!

If you're the idiot who took my cart reading this: Pull your head out, you dumba$$! (Or at least apologize when you pull such a boneheaded move.)

Conditions are pretty good but not great for this time of year. The course probably looks better than it plays by just a bit. Greens are excellent, smooth, firm yet accepting of full shots, and medium-fast to fast. Fairways look good from afar but when you’re on top of them it seems the overseed didn’t take all that well. There’s good coverage but they’re not “desert high-end resort post-overseed lush,” if that makes sense. The rough comes in two varieties: Dormant bermuda that is thin and easy to play from, and then further off line are nasty, thick, tall grasses about a foot deep that you absolutely do not want to be in. Black tee boxes were good. Bunkers were good, not great. No rakes.

Didn’t remember how difficult Dunes is; it beat me up all day today. Clearly a step down from Mountain, but still a decent course.
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