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Played today with a few fellow GK'ers at 9AM (9:15 because of frost).

Facility: The restaurant is open and was taking in-door seating. You are temperature checked before entering. The inside of the building was extremely clean and the staff were friendly. I didnt stick around for food, but the menu did look good, however items were $$$. The range was above average, you are hitting off of mats and unfortunately the sun rises towards the back of the range so seeing your ball land was almost impossible. Range balls were good quality. The chipping/short game area is where the facility really shines. The grass was well maintained and the bunkers around were pretty good. Nice to see a fully stocked practice area with enough balls for multiple people to practice. Water was provided as were bag tags, divot tools and ball markers. Staff was courteous and all around excellent.

Course: Fairways were dormant, but still played pure. You did catch a few thin lies, but it was still playing nicely. Almost like hitting off of a good mat at the range. The rough was lush and sometimes it was preferred depending on the next shot. Bunkers were good, not too fluffy, however, not compact either. Rakes were available (whether folks were using them is another story). There are some forced carry holes and a couple that are narrow, but if you can keep it in play off the tee you have a good chance of shooting a solid round. The greens were firm for the most part and fast, but rolled smooth. Pace of play was a little slow, however given it was the weekend I wont complain all that much about a 5 hour round.

I highly recommend playing here if you have not yet!
Played here on 1/24 with Matt, Rob and Tim. Absolutely fantastic course! The weather was cold and there was a frost delay, however the inside cafe and bar is open for seating. The staff was friendly and welcoming.

Range: Range is grass and there are a good number of stalls available. They also have a large practice putting green. You purchase balls inside or at the machine located on the range.

Fairways: Fast and pure. The fairways are green all around and run great. Lies are nice and tight, perfect reward for hitting the fairway.

Rough: The rough is dormant, but nice and fast and most of the holes funnel back towards the fairway. Worry not, hitting from the rough though was no big issue and you can almost play it as a normal shot and even retain spin on the ball.

Greens: Fast to start and then began to slow down a tad when the frost dried up. No major damage or issues, some great tiered greens and one or two with a hump you have to fight.

There is no doubt in my mind that if you enjoy golf, youll enjoy this course. Amazing place and I highly suggest you check it out!
Tee'd it up with Matt, Rob and Johnathan as part of the GK Event. I had an absolute blast and this course is spectacular! One of my new all time favorites.

Facility: The snack shop is open and the bar was seating limited people. They have a very nice all grass range, only knock is they use pinnacle golf balls for the range. Nice chipping area and putting green. Staff was very friendly and there was a third party company onsite for club repair.

Fairways: Fairways were great. Tight lies all around the course, but the it plays pure. I personally love this type of fairway. No real bad bare spots that I can remember and there were a few areas under repair, but no big deal.

Greens: Fast and firm. A few bumps here and there, but played nice.

Sand: Was in-between fluff and packed, pretty good in my opinion.

Course isn't extremely tough, but you want to stay within the fairways. Too far left or right and you will end up in desert/wash area; sometimes your ball will be findable but most of the time it wont be. The signature hole has to be the par 3 island green; it was windy for us and played about 170/180. All and all, great course and I would highly recommend you come here and play.
I played here on 1/22 with the GK Gurus. I was paired with Rob, Matt and Kevin.

Facility: The cafe and bar was open for dining. Fairly good prices on menu and they have a large selection of various foods. I had the philly cheese steak and it was pretty darn good, would order again. There is a chipping area and putting green, the range is a large netted area that you hit into. Personally, this is the only low point of the course IMO, I cant never fully warm up hitting into a net. Its obviously the indian and not the arrow, but that would be my only low score here.

Fairways: I wouldnt consider them lush, but i wouldnt say thin. The fairways were like nice tight lies all around; the grass doesnt look good but it played pure.

Rough: Wasn't all that bad and was maintained.

Greens: Firm and fast (it was also cold out and windy).

Overall, I had an absolute blast with the GK Gurus and would recommend you play this course if possible. There are many "picture" type holes spread throughout the course, so make sure your phone is charged up :) Thank you to our wonderful hosts!
Played here today, 12/15, and I will get right to it, not worth the cost right now. This course is almost unplayable, especially in any sort of wind. The greens are bumpy and extremely fast; I watched many putts go flying from a small tap. It was unheard of. I have never played a course in these conditions but I knew something was off when the clubhouse had a sign "no wind rain checks, play at own will." or something like that. There were plenty of times i felt like the wind was going to knock me over on the swing or just standing there; some of the elevated tee boxes made me feel uneasy because of the wind. I would avoid here at all costs right now until they get the greens back into some sort of decent shape.
Played here on Sunday, 12/13 as part of the GK Event. This place is absolutely amazing!!!!

Range: Pure range. They use Pro V1 practice balls and the range was awesome. The grass was a little eaten up from previous folks warming up, but easy enough to find a sliver to hit on. Nice targets throughout the range and yardage to those are posted.

Clubhouse/Bar/Grill: Food is take out only, I had a deli sandwhich and a pulled pork sandwhich after. Both were pretty darn good; the home fries/home style chips are delicious.

Course: Overall not that difficult, there are areas to miss and you really shouldnt lose many balls. There are some holes with forced carry or water in front on a par 3; but overall pretty playable. The greens were really firm and had a lot of roll out on them; speeds were quick so you had to pay attention. Rough was nice and lush; some areas were thicker than others but still playable.

Pace of play was great, they have starters out there ensuring you go off at the designated time.

Highly recommend this course.
Played El Prado Chino Creek side today, 12/11 with my dad.

Staff: Starter was friendly and the snack shop is open to go. Fairly easy process to check in and we were on our way.

Range: Range is grass and if you have an earlier tee-time you wont have many divot marks, but get there a little later and the grass will be beaten up by other golfers. Range balls were decent, many of them had some bad scuffs on them, but I am just happy to be outside at this point. There are two practice greens and today the practice green seemed to match the Chino side.

Pace of play: We finished in about 4 hours and 15 minutes which I thought was good. We were never waiting on a group and groups behind us were keeping us going. All and all good pace of play.

Course: Not very difficult, fairly open if you are wild off the tee but long hitters can just use iron off the tee for many of the holes. Its the smart play and you are left with a wedge in most of the time. The fairways were in good shape, there were a few muddy areas and some bare spots but nothing that would make me upset. There are leaves out there right now so beware. Bunkers were OK, some were like hitting off of a mat, others were nice and soft. There is some water on the Chino Creek side, but not much and i dont ever think it crossed my mind when playing today. Greens are almost healed from being punched, you can tell they are a little shaggy in some areas trying to get the grass up enough to be cut just right. The greens were pretty slow for the most part and the back 9 the greens seemed a tad softer.

All and all for $42 bucks with a cart I would recommend playing here. Be aware, most of the time the Butterfield side right now is walking only and there are certain time frames where carts are not available and it is walking only on both courses. Best to check with the course when you make your reservation just to be sure. This gives the workers enough time to clean, charge and disinfect the carts in-between everyone. They were letting you go two to a cart if you'd like, or singles, your choice.
Played a tournament here on 12/5; so I wont comment on Pace of play because that would be unfair (there were actually 3 tournaments that day).
Range: Pretty decent; you can choose between grass or mats for the same price. Grass was packed and pretty beat up I heard so I warmed up on the mats. The mats are new, or newish because they had some give and werent the usually scraggly ones you find at courses. Range balls were decent; I dont usually expect much so they were fine.
Course: Tee boxes were decent; some were not level and eaten up. Lots of divots on the par 3's as well. Fairways are really thin and not very green. The ball is rolling a long way, but most of the fairways are more like links courses right now. Greens were good, there were punched about a month ago I was told and today they were really fast and firm. The course isnt very difficult, when there is no wind, most long hitters can get away with using long irons off of most tee shots. Overall, I would play here again.
Played today, 12/3 at 8:30AM. No one was out on the course or range which was surprising. There was a ton of wind so the course was challenging.
POP: We finished just around 3 1/2 hours which is great by my standards.
Range: Range was decent; you are limited if you are a big hitter because the range is short; essentially you have to aim into one corner or its over the net.
Course: Allowing single riders if you opt for that, my buddy and I just rode together. The course conditions are average, the greens were recovering from being punched it looks like, but they were soft and rolling FAST. I think the only thing here that bothers me is even if you hit a ball down the middle of the fairway you can easily lose it because of the leaves. I try to only play here during the summer but was desperate to play somewhere today. Its so frustrating losing a ball that should be right in the open; not really the courses fault I guess but something that bothers me at this course. It is fairly cheap to get 18 holes with a cart, I think today it was $55 bucks with a medium bucket which isn't terrible. I think I will wait until summer to play here again.
Played a fun round with mpisarski01 and Rat-Patrol this afternoon, 11/27 at Borona Creek.

Facility: Very nice complex. You are required to take a temperature check when arriving on-site before parking. I did get a little lost on the way in, without many people and good signage I ended up back through the round-a-bout and the temperature check station, d'oh! Plenty of parking and you aren't too far from the golf area. There are bathrooms available in the pro-shop; everywhere inside was clean. Proshop has a good amount of clothing available, staff was friendly and took care of us in a timely manner. Range balls are included as part of the round, for those not playing or wanting to hit; they do not charge by the bucket but rather the hour and its $15 an hour to use the range. There is a chipping area along with sand bunkers in another area to practice in. Putting green is large and rolls true to the greens on the course.

Pace of Play: Slow, very slow. We teed off around 12:30 and did not complete the round, it was dark and hard to see by 16/17. We felt the starters/proshop was allowing too many tee times to go out, too quickly inbetween one another. By hole three, there were four groups waiting on the tee box and for most of the round we were waiting on the tee box or for our second, third and fourth shots.

Course: It was extremely windy for us today; a real challenge. For the most part, if you arent wild off the tee youll be in good shape. In reality, the holes are pretty open and there are a few more narrow holes, but nothing all that bad. The wind really makes some of the holes play extremely long and tough. The tee boxes were great, I thought they were all fairly level and nice with grass. The fairways look dry, but they are still pure in the sense of good lies and there is grass. This course is setup more as links golf, so the fairways do run out and the ball can really roll. I loved it. The rough is the rough, some areas much more punishing than others; there are a few areas where if you go off line good luck finding your ball in tall grass or weeds. Very little water at this course, there are a few holes that have water guarding. Sand traps were hit and miss, a few of them were nice and fluffy and others seems good until you swung and there wasnt much sand, resulting in a firm strike to the ground below. Greens were fast, really really fast; also very firm.

I had a great time with the group and would highly recommend you check this course out, I will be going back that is for sure.
Long time player of Rancho; hadn't been there in some time now but played on 10/17 at 8:20AM.

Range: Prices went up, large bucket is now $15 dollars which is a fairly large jump from $12. The range was PACKED and by PACKED I mean it was full at 7:45AM and many people were waiting. I wish the employees would do a better job of policing those people that set their clubs on a stall and walk away for 30+ minutes. Multiple stalls had bags and half buckets of balls, but no one around for the entire time I was there. Frustrating when the range is extremely packed and this range is notorious for that. Its extremely rude to your fellow companions. Balls are nothing great and you hit off of mats.

Course: The price is extremely high these days, $70 dollars on the weekend and I'll say right off of the bat it is not worth that price. It seems with the pandemic and being located in Irvine, gave them the idea they can raise their green fee $15 dollars on the weekend. Pace of play was great, we didn't catch up to anyone until about the 16th hole and still finished in just under 4 hours. The course isn't very challenging, fairly wide open so you can go left and right and still be OK. The greens were rolling nice and seemed to be healed from last months maintenance work. The fairways are pretty good, but some spots are overwatered or a thin whispy grass. The bunkers are nice, I know they redid them all in 2019. There were no geese out there, I was disappointed :(. They are allowing carts to share if you want, otherwise its single rider. They offer a players club, however the club only works at their course and no longer works at other players club courses.
Played this morning, 10/13 at 10:00AM. They are promoting single riding carts but you can rid together if you want to. POP was good, we finished under 4 hours, it wasn't that busy on the classic side. The only complaint I have about this place is they wont really let you check in early. I usually arrive 45 mins early to warm up and I like to hit until just about 5 minutes before my tee time and walk to the box, well here at Mile Square anything before 15 minutes and they wont let you pay. They say it is too early, what that means exactly I have no idea but when I questioned it they never have a straight answer. I am literally trying to give them money and they say no, not yet. Pretty annoying because then I have to cut my warmup short and wait in line to pay after they call my name over the louder speaker. Very strange.
Course itself is great, the fairways are in excellent condition as are the greens.
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