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The Lakes is in exceptional condition right now and also the best deal around. Miss the windy days and enjoy a lush, green (albeit turf dye) golf course.
Saw a $23 deal with cart and thought "at that price, we have nothing to lose" True for the most part, but we did get what we paid for...

Tees, very thin and mostly just thrashed....

Fairways, some occasional grass, mostly brown lots of dirt areas.

Traps, dirt, but raked.

Greens were very reasonable, lush and green.

Clearly, the overall course and facility maintenance has suffered tremendously with the drought as well as the round count and related income, I am sure. But to still have up the Christmas decorations in the clubhouse? Just sloppy.

We got about the value for what we paid. Manage your expectations and get a really cheap deal and it can be an okay day. We won't be rushing back even at this price.
First time here in many years, surprisingly (or not I guess?) the trees have really filled in and grown and the course is much tighter than I recall.

A late, late afternoon Saturday round, indicates the course gets lots of play, greens heel marked, spike marked and ball marked badly, although the underlying condition of the greens was quite good. They must have reclaimed water as the course was bright green and very lush which was a treat compared to what everywhere else looks like right now. The fairways were mostly cut tight and good, rough as well and the bunkers were in surprisingly good shape and green side bunkers are the real dal and come into play.

Small greens, super short muni feel but the nice views and the price make it worthwhile if in town. Certainly not on par with Sandpiper or Glen Annie, but I would say that if Sandpiper is Disneyland (and the price reflects) ...Glen Annie might be Magic Mountain and SB Golf Club might be the County fair...

As long as you expectations are on par you will enjoy it.
Played Creekside then Ridgeline, late afternoon weekday. Not too windy, course in very good shape. They obviously take the "private club" business model seriously and there was lots of evidence of maintenance efforts that would be overlooked by most other courses being part of the Moorpark plan.

Just feels nicely manicured.

Look for deals weekdays and late afternoons. Avoid the heat and the wind.

Suggest you avoid the Ridgeline nine, has a few Mickey Mouse holes.
Great layout and in great shape right now. Look for on-line deals.

Tees are mostly lush, fairways for the most part, are amazing, tight and cut low. Greens are challenging and in great shape, rough is mostly dry and the traps are in reasonably good shape.

Pace was slow. Lots of walking players, lots and lots of folks out period. The place is popular and should be for the layout, conditions and rates.

A winning formula that other area courses could learn from (Hello Sterling Hills and Camarillo Springs)
As said by the previous reviewer...bucket list golf day. Had the "kids" for the weekend and this has been on the list for along time. Sucked it up and dropped the $2000+ to be able to say this was off the list.

I'd do it again in a heart beat.

Course is close to immaculate. Somewhat surprised though by the divot damage in the typical landing areas. Seems the folks playing here figure at these prices someone else can fix the divots and rake the traps.

Super challenging. Pretty wide open fairways (ego boost) but an absolute premium is placed on the approach shots into the smallest greens you can imagine. Miss a green? You will be penalized. Not many opportunities to scramble and save par from off the green.

Strongly suggest you do your best to miss the windy days. We had nine holes of perfect weather and conditions, then someone turned on the wind in a big way at easily 40+gusts. The scoring skyrocketed and the experience became a lot more humbling.

A must do at least one time. I hope to be back.
Up on the Monterey Peninsula for a Pebble weekend and tried Laguna Seca again for the first time after possibly 15 years.

Not quite tour conditions. Very much of an average "muni" feel to the place and overall conditions were about the same. Shorter course, somewhat scenic, sort of a compact version of La Purisima.

Got an on-line deal at about $120 with a carts for the foursome, so all-in-all we got what we paid for.

The advertised specials at $79pp plus cart would be too pricey to play this course in this condition.
The fairways and rough are brown with a slight green hue and dry as a bone. Great roll off the tee, but kind of sad for this pace another couple of weeks and they could be 100% brown. They are irrigating the tees and green complexes.
Conditions were far better than expected today. Tees mostly level with reasonably good turf, fairways mowed tight with good lies, rough fair and traps nicely maintained but super dense and hard sand. (Visited too many today)..oh well. Overall very nice...
Boy we hit this course at the peak weather day and the peak of conditions.

An absolutely pristine day, immaculate course and no one around. It doesn't get any better.

Three holes are on the ocean. This isn't Pebble Beach but kind of like the Hawaiian equivalent of a Palm Springs course, surrounded by condos, on and near the water.

Avoid windy days. Super pricey ($225) look for twilight deals.

We typically play twilight here ($$$$), Big Island ($$) and Hapuna ($$$) just to try to take the sting off the big dollar green fees over the week trip.
Pretty typical Big Island conditions this trip. Tees shaggy and some level spots, Fairways surprisingly nice, greens splotchy but roll pretty well and hold most approach shots, Bunkers need some love. Rough can be brutal.

Big wildlife show on most holes. Hundreds of sheep, turkey and geese (Nene in Hawaiian) wandering around, but not really hurting anything, just noisy at times.

Look for print coupons or on-line deals, they are out there.

Skip the windiest days..
Hapuna is a favorite when visiting the Big Island. Last year or so the course conditions have been very disappointing. Not so this trip. Played two days back-to-back. Tee to green is bordering on immaculate.

Only exception is some sketchy spots, very infrequent where the turf, on some greens has died completely off? They have chosen to paint/stain the exposed dirt on the bare spots as opposed to re-sodding the turf. But infrequent and not a big deal.

They may be preparing for a development around the 8th and 9th holes. Lots of tree removal going on, perhaps to enhance the views from a possible development. Sadly, the tree removal really detracts from the overall feel of these two holes.

Ask about senior rates (if applicable) and look around for discounts. At $175 it is too pricey, but there are different deals floating around.

Avoid the hottest part of the day or windy days. Enjoy!
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