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Saturday round was at Paso Robles Golf Club. Like I mentioned what a difference.
We love coming here. We had seven golfers 2 of which were first timers. hey both wondered why we did not play this course twice. We warmed up at the restaurant on the veranda overlooking nine and eighteen. Lovely setting to spend some time. Great food.
Course was very green and well taken care of. Low point were the tees. Kikuyu is trying to take over. They had verticut them so they looked worse than they played. Quite a few uneven lies also. Par threes were chewed up, but not where the tees were placed. Fairways are just great. Greens d%mn near perfect, Few ball mark damage here and there and firm, but will hold shots. The approaches that had kikuyu on them had been verticut also and were muddy. The cut lines were horizontal to the greens so you had to chip over them. The muddy conditions made this more difficult.One bunker I found had great sand. Overall a very good mid price course that will challenge you with a great atmosphere. Most enjoyable.
Stretched the legs a bit and played last Friday and Saturday in Paso Robles.
Weather both days mid 80's little bit of wind. POP four hours at both. Amazing how you can drive 20 minutes from one to the other and experience a totally different golf experience.

The Links is just basic golf on a course of average condition. If you can handle you will have fun. Not overly challenging, but you get the result you deserve. Tees had spotty coverage, but were at least not dirt. Level okay to play from, Fairways mostly good. Some spots need work. Rough was thin as well. Greens were actually just fine. Little slow, but looked and played well.Medium firm with not much roll. Amenities include a nice driving range and putting greens.
Clubhouse still not built, but most of the necessities can be found inside the "temporary" trailer clubhouse.

A great cheaper option for the area, but you get what you pay for.
Did not play, but heard course is open
Got out Friday afternoon. Coolest day in awhile here. Only got up to 100. $35 to ride.
POP 3 1/2 hours waited on a foursome who were really interested in cell phone conversations to look back and see us waiting. Took 6 holes, but they left us go through.
New owners are continually making updates. New flooring in the clubhouse. Solar panels over some of the parking lot and new carts! Course overall is quite a bit greener. Lots of tree trimming going on. Course conditions. Same tees with a bit of uneven lies. You can find level spots if you try. Good coverage. Fairways are greener than normal. Lots of areas are thin, but completely playable. One hole had an area of dirt on the edge of the fairway. Rough varies a lot with the thick stuff around the greens. Saw a lot of water being applied to the rough. That was a first for me so thats getting better. Bunkers are
okay. Some sand in most while others looked nearly abandoned. Greens were great running med/fast and held well. Little on the moist side, but thats probably needed to keep them alive. One green had a bare spot. With the country club name you would expect better conditions, but you are really getting a muni type course through a housing tract that has some narrow holes and is very flat. Greens are small and those to
things make it challenging. Good for a change up and located in the city near my home. Rating came out 5.1 but its probably a six
Played Sunday 9am. Hot muggy morning. 4 1/2 hours which did not seem that long even though we waited on every shot. Tees are still uneven, fairways a little thin in places, but always some grass under the ball. Other areas are very good. Rough varies from thick to sparse. Rough around greens is very thick and tall. Trees are plentiful are seem larger every time we go Greens are really nice. Little soft in some places medium speed with lots of sweeping breaks. Smooth and quite fun to put. Bunkers are few here, but I found one and it had a lot of sand in it.
Mostly typical muni condition nothing great, but nothing to keep wou from not coming back.
Played late morning June 29th. $39 with the stay and play package. POP 3 hours with waiting on the last nine holes.Conditions are good overall. Tees were a little beat up on par 3s, but every other were good just a little long. Fairways good coverage a few dry spots, but very few. Rough was good getting bare towards edges as to be expected. Bunkers looked a little ragged, but played quite well. Loose sand on top with a little firmer on the bottom. Grounds crew was working on them edging and loosing up the sand. Greens were quite good. Medium slow with lots of subtle breaks. Course winds through houses and lots of mature trees. Hitting the driver very essential here. Great old style vibe to the place.
Course is closing July 5 in order to remodel clubhouse, redo greens with bermuda grass, redo bunkers and improve drainage. Sierra Golf taking over. Schedule to reopen Labor Day.
Played 6/17. Teed off 10am. About 108 degrees. First they do not have water on the course to drink. The carts have a small ice chest that they will fill with ice. Also got a couple of cups with ice. Played white tees pop was at 2 1/2
hours waited every hole from seven onward. They were a threesome and played pretty fast as I was playing as a single. White tees look like they were recently sodded. They were a little uneven a little thin, but nothing to complain about. Fairways were a little brown and thin in a lot of spots. Hey its 120 so we will give them a break. Bunkers were a little crusty, but they were working on them! Quite a few bunkers had been filled in with sod, but good Lord there are still a lot of them. Rough was good thin in spots. Greens were excellent. Undulating but not crazy. They were not hard, but saw zero ballmarks. Probably a first for me anywhere. It took me half the round to figure out play about a third of the break you see and you'll make putts.Love the Green complexes with the humps and swales. Overall very impressed by this course. Usually play Laughlin Ranch which is more money and a little more wow, but Mojave is a solid golf course.
Played Monday morning the 14th. $29 to ride. Tough walk in the heat. Course has not been going down hill for a long time. Good news it looks like they are trying to improve it. They were starting the remodel of the clubhouse the day we arrived. On to the course. Greens best part medium speed a little hairy, but good overall. A few thin parts but overall fine and the best part of the course. Tees were workable, Some thin spots, some needed mowing. Fairways oh boy! Here is the problem. Since they cover the most acreage they were the worst part. They had parts of super wet (first hole had a deep puddle with ducks floating in it) To thin and bare in some areas. All were really long and desperately needed mowing. Which they were doing behind us!!!!!!!. Rough was similar to the fairways. Bunkers.
They have let a lot of them go to grass. The ones that remain are quite hard as they get baked everyday. All the lakes had water in them also. talking to guy in pro shop Cal City is commited to making the course good again. I hope so its a wonderful layout and challenging, becoming really tough when the wind blows.
Played Saturday the 24th. Weather overcast with some wind and cool. Had a discounted round, but full rate of $89 is scary high. Tees are a little chewed up and uneven, but not
horrible. Fairways a little thin, but doable. Greens were pretty good. Bunkers were fine.
POP was slow at about five hours. Marshall told us on ten that he found the problem to the slow play. But they were on 17 so not much would change. Overall average conditions that seem to be okay. Every time I go here I want to love it, but never quite do. IF not for a heavy discounted green fee, I'd rather go play Morro Bay. For what they charge one would expect more.
Played 4/3/21 at 2pm as a twosome with wives as moral support. $40 to ride $25 to walk.
Back nine has hills so rode. POP 4 hours caught up several five somes on back nine.
Course is starting to come out of its dormant state. Tees real good. Fairways cut real low and are just fine. Rough is inch or two high and varies in thickness. The further from the fairways transition into natural state. Most hole are lined by homes, quite a few bunkers
that looked to have sand as my playing partner kept going under the ball. Greens were punched a month ago and have not fully recovered. Fast but bumpy in spots. You can still see the holes on most greens. Would have thought they would have sand or be filled with something by now. They have a lot of break in them too. Worst part for us was the fringes and just short of the greens. They had clumps of grass throughout and some spots that looked almost bare. You could not put from just off the green. It is quite an enjoyable course none the less and a delight to play something more upscale
than the usual spots here in Bakersfield.
Played 3/21. Cold windy low 60's. Tees were quite good. Fairways were pretty good. Its that time of the year wee there are three types of grass in the fairway all growing at different rates. Teeing off early avoids a lot of the problems. Cut quite low, but still little uneven with the clumps of different grass around the greens. Rough was a real mixed bag.
Mostly short and thick, but some places really tall or bare dirt. Greens had been punched a couple of weeks and are still recovering. Putts were bouncing and getting thrown off line.
Back nine was a little better. Bunkers, I was in one and not sure what is in it combo dirt/sand? Whatever it was it was rather firm and dry even though it had rained two days before. Now time to vent. I usually take the wife as a walk or ride along. I get one day off and we spend it together. Her best friend is married to one of my regular golf buddies so she will usually go too. Last year on Mothers Day management told us no spectators due to COVID, but they could go if the paid full price. So we did not golf.
Ran into another problem this time as well. We booked with four, but wound up with five.
They would not allow fivesomes. Two of us also brought our wives who are best buds.
They only allow one spectator per group. Seems crazy if you paying for another cart.
We asked if they would split us two and three not go on that idea as they would not be able to fit two more on the tee sheet. We went to the tee as four and one wife. I knew the starter semi well. Whined at him. He said call them back we will get you off as two and three can't do five however. So thats how we went off two and three and kept the girls together! Also they only serve lunch in the cafe there, no breakfast .
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