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Went off at 6:50 for a GK Cup match with lotrgolfer Matt. A bit of fog for the first couple holes but burned off quickly then warmed up nicely into perfect golf weather. The course is in excellent condition right now as you would expect a few weeks after a PGA tournament. Rough has been cut back to a good, still extremely penal, length. I like it better out here when you don't have send out a search party for every shot that doesn't find the short stuff!
Tees: level and nice
Rough: 3" and thick
Bunkers: full of fluffy sand
Fairways: lush and tight
Greens: running quick and smooth and well struck shots will spin and stop
Customer service: check in fine, saw a snack cart a few times
Recommendation: YES, for city residents and out of towners as well.
Played with the gurus on a beautiful day. Perfect golf weather. First time here and the course was all I thought it would be and more. Very challenging in a super fun way. Not many straight forward, hit it there and that's it shots. The ball was almost always in for more of a ride than that! Conditions were very good, can't wait to go back!
Spur of the moment after looking at Torrey, Balboa, Coronado . . . all busy. So I went to Admiral open for whatever. 6 carts waiting on the North so I asked about the South. Went off at 12:16 finished right about 4.
Tees: Good enough
Fairways: thin with bare areas, the guy I played with said they play winter rules 365, so bump it into some grass, thin, but green
Rough: variable, mostly nonexistent
Bunkers: very nice from what I could see
Greens: highlight of the course, running mostly smooth, much quicker than the practice green, downhillers could get away from you quickly
Layout: basic golf, but interesting enough to keep your attention, you still have to execute your shots
Overall: A good fun play worth playing, just don't expect to be wowed
Went off first at twilight yesterday 1/22. Finished in just under 4 hours without a wait until the 13th. Course is in really good shape in all the areas one should be playing from. Tees, fairways, rough, bunkers all in good shape with greens being in excellent shape. The greens are really fast (Torrey fast), smooth and tricky right now, such a pleasure to putt on! A little soggy in places, but a good play right now.
Went off at 10 am on the dot, finished at 3:20.
Weather was blustery.
Fairways: almost perfect
Rough: brutal
Bunkers: full of white fluffy sand
Greens: fresh top dressing had them a touch below fast, 10.5 maybe?
Went off first at twilight, only made it to 16 with reasonable light. Cart path only and the group in front of us weren't really golfers.
Course was in good shape, but a bit soft and wet. They had just mowed most of the rough (lots of cut grass laying on top), but finding balls was still quite a chore and advancing the ball from it was extremely difficult. Greens were nice (too many ball marks, fixed a ton) and the bunkers were mostly in good shape. Not much run out in the fairways.

Chipping area was closed as was the North side putting green. I long for the long, warm, dry days of summer.
Sorry for the late review, I've been brooding. Played at just after 8 am on Friday the 13th with Gary, Sal and Johnny GK. I found the course to be in better shape than my recent round a month ago with the greens and bunkers being the highlights. The course is filling in and the back 9 fairways needed a good mowing. I like this course and hope it stays around and is maintained. It is challenging with a good variety of holes, centrally located (less than 10 minutes from my house), with a good driving range, restaurant/bar and affordable.

My rating came out a bit low, I would say more in the 6.5 range.
Last chance to play, possible, for the next week or so, so I went out at 11:37. Course is in good, playable condition with fast, good rolling greens and bunkers in great shape (the two highlights) the rest of the course very playable with some rough spots here and there. Lots of roll out on fairways but still great lies. Get out there!
Went off (11/12) at 11:20 finished just before 4, no waiting just tough conditions. They are in the middle of overseeding and there are bare areas, wet areas and many roped off areas (CPO). The greens were mostly nice with a few still showing signs of being punched, but mostly ran fast and smooth. Bunkers, mostly, at least the ones I was in, were nice to play from. Hopefully everything will turn green and plush soon!

. . . this course, from the Blues, can play rather long and tough with the wind, forced carries, water, tight landing areas and sloped FAST (at the moment) greens, but is fun and challenging. Great deal on the GK coupon!
Played 10/29, at 11:10 with the GK coupon, great deal! The course is in good playable shape all around with greens still being a bit bumpy but running fast! That's not a good combo. The greens are already tricky, then add a bumpy surface (still recovering from being punched) while running really fast and . . . makes for tough sledding! Bunkers are maintained but firm without a layer of anything soft. Tees are a on the chewed up side. Fairways are mostly nice and good to play from, some tight lies here and there mixed with some soft wet areas in others. Not much rough to speak of but what there is is sticky. Staff is great, POP was right around 4 hours, weather was perfect so it was a good day to play. Fun course with lots of different challenges that will eat you up if you are off.
First off twilight, finished in just over 4 hours, 2 walkers, 2 in a cart, group behind started yelling on 16.
Tees: fine
Fairways: good
Rough: good
Bunkers: decent
Greens: good and speedy
Overall: there are some rough spots (4th green just isn't doing well) but mostly very playable, tough and fun
Pre-opening special, complimentary tacos at the Ram shack, closest to the pin contests (on course and on a simulator featuring the 7th hole at Pebble beach) for free rounds, fun day! Weather was beautiful, cool in the morning warming up as the day went on with just slight easterly winds. The only thing I noticed that they changed was where the counter is located in the pro shop.
On to the course conditions . . .
Tees: level, a little furry (but everything was, more on that later), clean and ready for play
Fairways: soft and in need of a trim, very little roll out, some areas need a bit more time to fill in, some rough spots here and there, but given the time of year and coming out of summer heat very nice (like usual)
Rough: very consistent and plush
Bunkers: good soft sand looking well maintained
Greens: very good, medium fast (not lightening quick but some unexpected roll out on certain putts), rolling smooth and true, obviously no ball marks (I did fix a few fresh ones) the aprons and green edges were still filling in on some holes but nothing major
Layout: fun and makes you think about proper positioning
Facilities: fantastic, from the semi-hidden chipping green just past the first tee area to the putting green to the driving range loaded with pro b's, great warm up
POP: just under 4 1/2 hrs, nice and relaxed
Customer service: excellent, like always, only exception was when we finished and went in to try our hand at the simulator our bags were moved from our cart, they were placed with other bags along a bag rack, my rangefinder that was in the cart was set on someone else's bag next to mine and we had to go to the cart barn to retrieve my partners cell phone and the pro v's I had left in the cup holder. We got everything straightened out but in the future they need to tell people what they plan to do so one could collect all their things right away.
Overall the course still needs a few nips and tucks to get back into the pristine condition we all know and love about Ram's Hill but it was still well worth the drive and the cost. The layout is fun, interesting and challenging without beating you up the whole round.
I look forward to hearing about the course rounding into shape!

*After seeing the rating number I would say it came out a bit low. I would put it more in the 7.5 to 8 range today.
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