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Played Glen Annie on 7/18/16. It was a Monday afternoon, so the pace of play was great. Weather was fantastic and the views were amazing. While this course is a little "quirky" with its reachable par 4s, a shared green, double dogleg par 5, etc., it's still a fun and challenging course. I must say that I am not very familiar with the course, having only played it on one other occasion, and course knowledge is a premium. Many blind shots. And, don't even ask me where I was supposed to hit the ball on hole #'s 4 and 14! Conditions were pretty good. I took my 4 year old along for the ride and he had a blast. Good time and we will be back.
Some buddies and I played Dairy Creek on 5/13 and 5/14 of this year. We camped next door at the El Chorro campround, so Dairy Creek was super convenient for a couple of golf camping rounds. The course was in good shape, again, after recovering from the drought. The fairways and rough were nice and green, and the greens were rolling tight. It was quite windy, as I am sure is usually the case, so that raised some havoc with our games. The guys in the club house were a little grumpy with us "non-locals", but the snack bar lady was nice and helpful. Not a lot to choose from for food, but the hot dogs were pretty good. We will be back next year!
I really like the fact that Dragonfly re-routed the golf course, making the front the back, and vice versa. The new back nine (old front) is definitely more difficult, so I like having the easier nine to get up to speed. The course is in good shape, once again. And the GPS on the carts also allow you to summon the cart girl (which we did on several occasions), as well as to order food to pick up at the turn. I like this new technology. My only complaint was that they insist that you drop your golf bags when you arrive, and they will not allow you to take a cart out to the parking lot. Not sure why they care so much about this, but it is kind of a nuisance. I personally like loading/unloading my own clubs in the cart, out by my vehicle. Otherwise, I had a great day on 8/16/15.
This is my favorite public course in the Valley. The elevated tee boxes are enjoyable, and the multi-tiered greens are quite the challenge. Pace of play can be slow on a weekend morning, but the atmosphere and conditions make Eagle Springs a great place to play. The restaurant serves some really good grub, too!
This has been one of my favorite courses for the past several years. It was disturbing to learn that they now allow "Foot Golf" on this course. Evidently, "Foot Golf" is golf played by kicking a soccer ball into a larger hole, near the golf green. These foot golfers will be using carts, the tee boxes, sand traps, etc. I am now avoiding going to Madera, as I believe in the traditional values and etiquette of the great game of golf, and I do not wish to share a course with a bunch of soccer players who cannot play golf as it was meant to be played. C'mon Madera! Knock it off.
I thoroughly enjoy this course! Played this past weekend after 11am on a $25 special due to the heat. The usual green fee of $55 w/cart isn't that bad to begin with. This course is challenging enough for the experienced golfer, yet not too tough for the weekend hackers! The restaurant-Putters- serves excellent food. I recommend this course to those traveling through Chowchilla!

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Fun Muni. Quite crowded early on a Saturday. Enjoyable round, if you have 5 hours or so. I'm never in a hurry, so wasn't an issue for myself. Greens aren't real fast. The rough and fairways are much better than they have been in years past.
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My wife and I loved our day at Bodega Harbour. We played on a Tues this past August, so the crowd was thin. The views were beautiful, and the golf challenging. We can't wait to go back!
My first time to play this course. Played in the afternoon on a Saturday in March 2011. It had rained in the morning, and I was the only golf on the course in the afternoon. They only charged me the nine hole fee because of the conditions. My wife did not feel like playing, so she rode along. We had a blast having the place to ourselves, other than sharing it with peacocks, wild turkeys and deer! The golf was challenging & fun, with quite a few blind shots. We can't wait to go back.
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Went to Laughlin this past weekend and played this course 2 days. Staff was very friendly, and they were running some very good specials. The course was perfect for a guy like myself, looking to spend more $ in the casino than on the course. The conditions were actually pretty decent.
Played Dairy Creek this past Friday. Due to the rain, we basically had the whole course to ourselves, which was awesome. Not sure how crowded it would have normally been. It is a well-kept, public course that is well suited for beginners and more experienced players. They also made a mean hot dog. I'd definitely come back to Dairy Creek the next time I'm in the SLO area.
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