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Played here on Saturday, 2/27, with a Facebook group outing. There was over 80 of us, I believe, and the course did a great job handling the volume. No shotgun, had regular teetimes from 8am-11am. POP was pretty slow, as to be expected with all the festivities going on, it was overall about 5hrs. But we had fun, nonetheless. Enjoyed everyone's company and had a lot of good laughs.

The course conditions continue to struggle here. Teeboxes were just fine, not many complaints on these, they were fairly level with adequate coverage. I found one sand trap and it was in decent shape, actually. Nice sand and definitely the highlight of conditions on the course. Fairways continue to be autrocious. We played winter rules and for good reason. They are struggling with these fairways. Very barren and patchy grass. Rough was not much of an issue, continues the patchy grass theme and not long at all. The greens putted OK, fairly smooth and quick. However, they wouldn't hold a shot to save your life. Expect at least 5-10 yds of roll, even with short irons. I don't remember seeing any ballmarks, they're rock hard. Customer service was excellent. Beverage cart was around twice, nice hotdog at the turn, check in was easy. $35 to walk on a Saturday isn't too bad, but I'm going to stay away for quite awhile, it's a shame, because there's some neat holes on this mature tree-lined course. It has a pretty good layout with lots of water and some OB. I don't use driving ranges, but it looked fairly beat up and the larger practice green is for chipping, there's a small practice green for putting and it's pretty useless with severe slopes, not super indicative of the course.
Played yesterday with my brother and our wives for Valentine's Day. 9:30 tee time and finished right at 4hrs. Things moved great and there was not many people out there at 9am. It definitely was busier when we finished, but we had no problem.

Check in easy and fast. Conditions are just average right now. Teeboxes were fine, a little unlevel, but plenty of coverage, just take some extra time to find a good level stance. Fairways were pretty awful. Lots of bare patches and different grasses growing throughout. Others in my group were playing winter rules, which is recommended if you can. Didn't find any bunkers, but they looked ok as long as you gave yourself a break for footprints, please bring back rakes, this is getting ridiculous!! Rough wasn't penal, only about an inch or so longer than fairways. Greens were the highlight, for sure. They were a little hard and fast, but held shots for the most part, maybe a little more rollout than normal, but they putted smooth. The greens on the back nine are diabolical, so beware. No beverage cart, so stock up at the turn. $66 to ride is pretty steep for this place, but we enjoyed our round nonetheless.
Played Saturday, 2/13. Called the proshop around 9am and they said come on out as a single and I arrived at 9:30 and got right out with a threesome that was already on the tee. I like firing fresh out of the gate, actually. Check in fast and easy and played with some nice guys. That's about where the good things of the course ends. $38 to walk, not worth any price in my opinion right now.

Everything about this course is questionable condition-wise. Teeboxes are chewed up. Fairways are a total disaster (and I play the ball down so I can post scores with confidence and conscience). The rough has better lies than the fairways, ridiculous as I only missed two fairways. Found one bunker and it actually wasn't too bad, probably the best part of the course is the bunkers. Greens are rock hard and don't hold shots at all!! At least they had good coverage and were fast, but fairly bumpy.

I have avoided this course over the years because of the condition and only played because I'm in a golf outing on Feb 27 and really didn't remember the layout, so wanted to get a refresh. I'm having second thoughts on playing in two weeks, but I've already comitted and don't want to back out. Hopefully, they get it in a little better shape for our group on the 27th, but I'd stay away for now.
PLayed yesterday afternoon. Walked on as a single around 11:45 and was off by 12:30. POP continues to be excellent, around 4.25hrs. which is great for this place. Nothing to add to my previous reviews as far as conditions go, still the same from the last two weeks. Customer service from the starter is still fantastic!! Keep up the good work and get out there if you can, always a great day at Nado.
I was invited by a retired Navy vet to play yesterday, Wed 1/13, and I'm so glad I took the day off from the office to go play. Beautiful day and a very fun course!!! If you ever get a chance, do it!! Played with Lou(Navy vet, Bill and John. Great guys!!

Normal Covid restrictions in place and strictly enforced. masks in and around the proshop. Snack bar on 12 was open. No drink cart, but I BYOB regardless with a cooler built into my bag.

Didn't hit the range nor the practice putting green, we were running a little late so went straight to the first tee at 7:30am. POP was incredible at less than 4hrs and we waited a little bit on a few shots. So I was back at my car at the main gate parking lot by 11:30am, scooted over to Coronado GC to walk another 18!!

I walked and everyone else had single carts. $33 to walk is a steal!!! Played white tees as I didn't want to be the only one from the blues. Seemed to play a lot longer than the 5900yds on the card, ocean air seemed thick, so took an extra club or two to get it pin high. Everything was above average in condition. Teeboxes were great, all level with little divot damage. Fairways were in great shape, perfect cushion with plenty of coverage, they did spray with fertilizer, so there was those white foam globs all over the place that show the macine operator what path they have already covered. Made finding your ball in the fairways very challenging on the front nine, it dicapated by the back. Greens were excellent!! Super fast, watch out!!! They held shots very well, too!! Tough to read, but local knowledge will help. Traps were pretty good (I found two), they raked them in the morning so you had a good lie, but they were a little firm underneath, could've been a little softer. No rough to speak of right now, but I hear in the spring and Summer it gets brutal.

Views are outstanding and so awesome to have the planes and helocopters all around. Very noisy, but it's the great sound of freedom!! Get out there if you have a chance.
I was able to get out as a walk on single again on Saturday, 1/9. I showed up around 10:15am and was off by 10:50. So happy they were able to work me in. I love Dennis in the starter booth. Such a great attitude and all around good guy. Most everyone I've encountered in the starter booth is great. $43 to walk is well worth it.

Conditions were about the same as last week, although the fairways seemed a little nicer. The greens were still very difficult to read. They were playing fast and had a few bumps here and there, but they were very receptive to shots and I can't complain. I just can't putt!!

Teeboxes were level and had some divot damage, but for the most part, nothing to cry about. Sand Traps were still hit and miss. I played out of the one that I was in on number 5, but for the most part, they were still loaded with footprints. So play it GUR or whatever you'd think is fair.

Saw the beverage cart a few times and she was great. Service is always nice here. POP has been great lately. POP at 4.25hrs, which is great for this course. Usual wait for the first 5 holes and then it seems to really open up. Get on out there if you can!!!
It was indeed a lucky Sunday morning for me yesterday. Walked on around 9am and got out by 9:30 as a single. Joined up with three nice guys and had about as quick of a round at Coronado that I've ever had. First 5 holes were normal slow pace, but then it really opened up. Total POP was at 4hrs!! Remarkable. Covid has the restaurant and bar shut down, but snack bar is open and beverage cart out and about, no problem.

Teeboxes were just fine, no issues. All level with minimal divot damage.

Fairways were a mixed bag. Fairly good lies all day with good cushion and decent roll out, but quite a few unfilled divots, which is expected with a lot of walkers on this course and the last day of a long holiday weekend. I found two divots in the middle of fairways, oh well, no big deal, just make sure you hit down on the ball and hit it perfectly.

Sand traps were awful. Once again, a sign from the long holiday weekend with lots of traffic and no rakes. Do what you want with em, take the ball out or give yourself relief from the millions of footprints. I found two bunkers, one was unplayable and the second was playable with decent sand.

Not much rough at all, don't even worry about it. I missed two fairways and was just fine.

Greens were a little bumpy. They were fast and held shots very well, but I couldn't read them all day. 44putts to start my year, not the best way to begin 2021.

Staff was the usual great attitude. and the scenery for such a beautiful day couldn't be beat. $43 to walk on a Sunday is a great value, can't complain. Get out there if you can!!
Played the Vineyard/Canyon nines. Teetime of 1:09 on Saturday 12/5, but didn't get out until 1:30 because they were out of carts, so we didn't finished. Played 16holes, last two holes were pretty much in the dark. Course was very busy, the staff did the best they could and kept calm, which was nice. In fact, the staff was very helpful when I made the teetime on the previous Thursday, they were having a brush fire out there and their power was shutoff. So I didn't get a confirmation and couldn't call the proshop. I emailed and they responded very quickly. Hats off to the staff!! They gave me the 1:09 teetime over the phone on Friday morning. $65 for county resident twilight, well worth it, just wish we could've finished 18. Oh well.

Course is in it's normal great shape. Mostly dormant Bermuda, so it's a little on the brown side visually, but everything played very well. Never had a bad lie in the fairways, had some good roll and perfect cushion. Greens held shots very well, not too many ball marks and putted very fast and smooth. very nice greens!! Teeboxes no complaints at all. very level and never any problem. I didn't find any bunkers, but without the rakes, I heard they were brutal from my playing partners. Pretty much should play them GUR during this Covid mess. Covid rules were normal, masks were worn inside and they had pool noodles in the cups. Shared carts, no problem. Beautiful course and beautiful day, always an easy recommend.
Well, we went and gave this place a shot yesterday, Monday 10/26. Place had a few groups out there, the group in front of us was slow, which was fine, because my wife and her friend really like to take their time anyway. Green fees were about $46 with a cart. Way overpriced for the conditions. They are finally trying to work on this course and it's getting back to playable shape, but that's about as far as it goes. Most of the greens were pretty awful, still had some fungus going on and dead spots throughout. They held shots well, as they were soaking them, making for huge ball marks. But putting was definitely a challenge. The fairways were actually quite nice, definitely the best part of the course. Bunkers were unmaintained completely, take a drop. Teeboxes were pretty much awful for the most part, a couple of them were ok. They were very unlevel and mostly dormant Bermuda or dirt, at least the blue tees were. The white and red tees looked a little better.

Very friendly check in, proshop was closed, but they had the register at the threshold of the proshop entrance. Snack bar looked open, but we ate before we went so we didn't use it. No beverage cart so we BYOB, which is fine with me. Carts don't have GPS and my golfbuddy GPS was way off, so just use the yardage stakes on the course (100, 150, 200 and 250), some sprinklers were marked, too. I hope they can bring this course back to life. It's an awesome layout in my opinion. It's very tight and demanding, especially the back nine. They are building some incredible homes in the hills, so maybe that's a good sign.
Played yesterday, Sunday at 2:04 teetime that my friend arranged on their website, $42 to walk on a Sunday isn't too bad a price. However, conditions with the whole course were definitely lacking, so I feel it wasn't a very good deal. POP was great at 4hrs, we played as a twosome and took our time, never waited on anyone. Covid: no flags on practice green, but holes were cut. masks in proshop and snack bar. wood blocks in the holes on the course. driving range looked open without any problems

Teeboxes were a mixed bag. Some were good and level, but most needed some leveling and had some divot damage. They were about the best part of the course, 4/10.

Fairways were just ok. I never had too many bad lies in the fairway (2 poor lies), but they were a little shaggy, offered little to no roll and were a mixture of grasses, all different colors with some new sod being laid down. 4/10

Bunkers were the best part of the course!! Nice sand and clean. Finally they put some rakes out. 8/10.

Rough was fairly non-existent. It was only about 1inch longer than the fairways, easy to hit from and thin in many areas. 4/10

Greens were deplorable!!! Worst part of the course. They were very soft, so they held shots well. But they were incredibly long and shaggy. Bumpy and loaded with ball marks. Had some dead parts around the perimiters. Temp green on 14, so it plays as a par 3 at 204yds. Automatic 2putt if you find the green, becuase it's just dirt painted green. Total joke. All greens super slow and very dissappointing. 2/10

I love the layout of the course, it's a tough walk, but totally doable, just two hills to really climb. I like the layout of Willow better than Oak, for some reason. But conditions will keep me away for awhile.
Wish I could've joined the Gker crew in the desert. I had a buddy who wanted to play for his bday yesterday and we were on time constraints.

Course was very busy. Paid the rack rate $75, which seems a bit over priced for Serranos, but it's one of my favorite courses in SoCal, so it was worth it. POP was deplorable. 3hrs front nine and then it picked up on the back and was 2.25hrs. Total 5.25hrs, waiting most every shot and long waits on the par3's.

Course is in pretty good shape. Teeboxes were all pretty good. Couple of them were not level, but didn't pose too much of an issue. Fairways in the landing areas were all very good. They've done some "turf reduction" it seems and are letting some of the grass go dead in many areas that you shouldn't be in, anyway. I had good lies all day.

I didn't hit any bunkers, but they seemed playable. Never heard a complaint from the other members in our group. But they did place it a couple of times.

Greens were all very receptive of shots. Nice and soft. They putted well for the most part, but it really seemed like the grounds crew yanked on the hole a little too hard when they were making the cups. They all seemed to have a "crown" around them and the ball would break away from the cup at slow speed during the last 3-4 inches of the putt. Very frustrating, nobody made hardly any putts!!

Covid measures: masks in and around the clubhouse, pool noodles in the cups, no beverage cart and cash only at the snack bar.

Customer service was just fine and I just love this course, great layout and a good test from the blues (they didn't have the black tees out, I wouldn't have played them anyway, but wanted to make note).
Played yesterday, Labor Day. Teetime at 1:20 and went out about 10mins early. POP was actually great for this place, finished in 4hrs. Surprisingly not too busy for a holiday. $50 to ride and I walked for $36, not bad for a holiday. Have to book a foursome riding online and then they reimburse you if someone doesn't show or if you don't want the cart.

Conditions remain playable for this place. It doesn't ever seem to be outstanding, but it's not deplorable. Teeboxes had ok coverage, but some aren't very level. Fairly easy to find a decent place to tee it up. Fairways were rather long and "patchy", especially on the front nine. Back nine fairways were much nicer. Bunkers were in playable condition all around. Soft sand for the most part, so you were able to place it a decent spot if you were in a footprint or area that's normally raked. Greens were soft and held shots very well. They were a little bumpy and had tons of ball marks, but it wasn't a huge distraction and everyone made some nice putts. Didn't see the beverage cart, not sure if they have one here? Snack bar open at the turn, plus we brought our own beverages.

Covid precautions were weird. Masks at check in then not required elsewhere. They have a weird driving range system. You need to sign up online and pay $12 for unlimited balls. They have range "sessions" and the next one started at 1pm, so we didn't have time to hit balls. Very strange. Tons of people hanging outside the entrance to the bar, no social distancing or masks on. Just sitting there drinking beers and chatting it up.

Now the super strange part: we took my father along for the ride as this was literally my first round playing with my two older brothers (my oldest just started playing 6 months ago and he's a natural). Plus, we just buried my grandfather (my dad's dad) on Sunday, so we thought it would be a good destraction for my dad (he used to play a lot, but bad shoulders have sidelined him for a couple of years). So after playing the front nine without any problems, one of the staff (name withheld, not important here) came out to the tenth teebox to say my dad needed to leave immediately. The "manager" said it was due to their Covid restrictions and they didn't allow 5 people in the same group. We didn't put up much of a fight and I tried to reason with him about the passing of my grandfather, but it didn't help, so off my dad went, he drove separately and my parents live very close. So we were very bummed but didn't let it get us down. However, we come off the 16th green and I noticed 5 ladies playing in the same group coming off the 13th green. HMMM!! Seems to go against their 5 person policy? yet, the ladies were able to play as a fivesome. Very poor policy management system!! I've already written an email this morning to Meadowlark, haven't received a response yet, and I doubt I will. Enough of my rant, I will avoid this course if I can help it.
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