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Was invited to play at Redlands Country Club on 2/27. My expectations (unfounded) that it would be a dog track. I couldn't have been more wrong! The course was absolutely beautiful and nearly perfect in every way. I played Virginia Country Club in Long Beach a few years back and I would liken it to that but in better shape.

A very challenging course which will require draws and fades off the tee box, a good mixture of short and long holes (some of the short holes are no walk in the park). The layout was so impressive.

I read in another review that this is a 2nd shot course and I agree 100%. Driving the ball on the course wasn't an issue mostly, it was the 2nd shot had to be in the right place or you have no chance of 2 putting.

I always struggle out of the sand in public courses but not here, it was so nice to hit out of freshly raked bunkers with soft sand.

Can't wait to get another invite out there and play!!!
Played Rancho Del Sol on 1/24. Was really excited to hear that Moreno Valley Ranch was back up and running. Played here many times back in the day.

First off, for a course that reopened 4-5 months ago, those greens were astounding!!! Kudos to the greenskeeper, they were definitely the highlight of the day!

The layout of the course was cool as you had two completely different courses from front nine to back nine. Front nine winded through homes and was pretty flat while the back nine winded through the hills and was much more hilly.

I was disappointed that no range was there as I need to warm up before I play (old man).

We were talking to the starter and they have plans to update the original clubhouse but it will take time as squatters destroyed it.

All in all, it was a great day, so happy to return to Rancho Del Sol. Looking forward to coming out again.
had a chance to play Sierra Lakes on 12/11. Been looking to play this course for awhile now. It's a bit of trip but with how hard it is to get tee times these days, I'm willing to go anywhere to play.

I'm not a fan of courses that wind through homes, especially those courses with homes on both sides.

The homes had no effect on play at all. Course had big wide fairways and plenty of rough so the houses were never in play, although, we had one buddy put one in a house. it was an extraordinary effort. lol

Loved the layout of the course, greens were excellent. Fairways were very nice, though in winter condition. Not much rough to speak of. Sand Traps were covid sand traps so not going to say anything.

Overall, had an excellent times out at Sierra Lakes. Looking forward to our next round there.
Finished our 50th golf trip to Mesquite by playing Falcon Ridge on 11/18.

Of the 4 courses we played, this would have to be my least favorite course. I'm not a fan of blind tee shots and this had many. To go along with the blind shots, we had wind gusts of 40mph so things got a little crazy and frustrating.

The course's condition was nice. Greens rolled true and had some speed to them. Tee boxes for the most part were in good shape, rough was good.

I just couldn't get over the tricked up layout. It had some very nice holes but when I think of Falcon Ridge it's the tricked up holes that come to mind first.
Played Coyote Springs on a 50th birthday golf trip. Played on 11/17

During our golf outing, we played 4 courses (Primm, Wolf Creek, Coyote Springs and Falcon Ridge)

Hands down, our favorite golf course was Coyote Springs, it was agreed upon by all four of us.

This course was absolutely beautiful, from tee to green, just about perfect in so many ways. Depending on which tees you play, you are going to get a very good challenge. I loved how the ball sat up on the fairway like you were teeing it up.

BTW, this has one of the best practice facilities I've ever seen, just short of Orange County National in Orlando, but not by much. Because it's in the middle of nowhere (and I'm not kidding), they could build their practice facility as big as they wanted and they tried. lol
Played Wolf Creek on 11/16 on a 50th birthday golf trip. Played it once before and it makes my top 3 golf courses I've played so the expectations were very high.

The layout was nothing less than outstanding, the greens just about perfect. The whole experience was incredible. Not only is the course awesome but the staff do such a great job at making you maximize your experience.

If I did have one complaint and it could be just this time of year, is that the fairways were awfully thin. Last time I played there, I recall how nice the ball would sit on the fairways, almost as if they were teed up. Not this time but I'll give them a pass this time.
Played La Mirada on 12/6 with low expectations based on what I've read on Greenskeeper. Even with low expectations, we were completely disappointed in the conditions of the course. I've always enjoyed the layout but the course today was on par with Victoria Golf Course in Carson. And I'll take Victoria's layout over La Mirada's.

There were so many dead spots in the fairways, we agreed to pick up your ball and move to grass. The rough was non existent and in some cases, if you hit it and miss the green, your ball would roll and roll because of the lack of rough.

The only saving grace i guess would be the greens were solid. Not great but compared to the other areas of the course, it was the lone bright spot.

The customer service during check in was great as well.
Played Lakewood on 10/24.

Course is in good shape. Funny, Lakewood is never really bad or really good condition wise. It maintains its condition consistently.

Greens were a little on the slow side that day. Rough isn't so penal on this course, it's the trees that will get you. Find yourself in one of those and it's hit or miss on getting to the green.

Not a big fan of the par 3s myself, I favor a mix of par 3s some short some long. All 4 of the par 3s here are pretty brutal.

Overall, had a great time at Lakewood and coming back out soon to play again.
Played Harding on 6/5 two groups going out around 10am

They are allowing two people at a time to go in and pay for their round. They call you up approximately 15 minutes prior to your tee time. You pay for range balls at the ball drop machine. They have a cool new range toy where it can track your ball flight and provide you with all of your information. May have to come back and play with that. Putting and chipping areas remain closed.

Course was in great shape, fairways were incredible, ball sitting up perfectly. Greens had some minor punching but rolled very true although a little slow.

Love the layout of this course, need to play strategically to score well. 18th hole is a great finishing hole running along side the LA Zoo.

every time we play, we always ask ourselves why don't we play here more often.
Played Sterling Hills on 4/26, first time playing this course, we don't make it out to Ventura that often from the South Bay due to traffic.

What a gem we found, conditions are good/not great but the layout was a lot of fun and challenging.

Loved the 18th finishing hole, par 5 up hill dogleg left, great way to finish.

If the conditions were a little better, we'd be making the trip out here more often but it's a course that we will definitely come back out and play.
Played Rustic Canyon on 5/1, one of my favorite courses in Southern California.

Course was in great condition from tee to green. We as a group couldn't be happier with the conditions of the golf course. Landed in one bunker and it was in good condition.

Driving range was open and the putting green was open to I believe 2 or 3 players at a time. No food from the restaurant, cart girl was out, had to wear a mask inside pro shop. social distancing was not a problem.

I got beat up on the last 3 holes (lost my legs, I blame working from home lol) but we had such a good time we are going back to get beat up again on the 22nd.
Got out and played on 3/28. Took all the precautions necessary, we each drove separately, 3 of us walked/1 rode a cart, I paid up front and everyone venmo'd me their fees, we brought our own food and kept our distances at all times. Despite those measures, we had a blast yesterday, probably more so because at least for me, I've been working from home and not going out at all.

The golf course was in really good condition, it's been about 12 years since I've last played here and I forgot what a great layout/challenge this course is.

Greens were rolling so smooth and if you found yourself on the wrong side of the hole, it was a challenge. Overall, greens were great!

The rough was hit and miss, you could find yourself in rough 4"+ high or nice and thin.

Fairways were in good shape, not much divot damage to speak of. Maybe a tad thin but not bad at all.

All in all, an absolutely fabulous day with my buddies. The way we figured, from 6am until 4pm, I came into contact with a total of 5 people. This morning, the wife had me go to Costco to get some things for our parents and I probably came into contact with 40-50 people.

Stay safe out there!
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