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Played on Sat Oct 29. Had a 7am tee time (official sunrise was at 7:07am) and there were five groups in front of us. The first group literally teed off in near darkness. When we asked the starter what the first tee time was, he said 6:24am. Needless to say we started off about 25 minutes late. Course was in pretty decent shape. Rough seemed pretty long and there were a ton of grass clippings around, but overall, I can't complain. Greens were pretty consistent. Standard problem of not enough people fixing ball marks. Fairways were in really good shape. Can't comment on the bunkers, because I didn't get in one. But my friend said they looked fluffy, but were pretty solid about 1-2 inches down. So don't be fooled. Biggest complaint was that we only saw the cart girl once. And believe me when I say she was worth waiting to see...
Played in the afternoon on Jul 21. Hadn’t played this course in at least 6 years. Not much has changed. Greens are still very small and undulated. Lots of mature trees to make you shape your shots. The ‘wash’ comes into play, or at least in the back of your mind, on about a third of the holes. It’s not the longest or hardest course you’ll ever play, but I’ll tell you what, it’ll challenge your game. Thought the course was in pretty good condition for the amount of play it gets. Remember, it’s not a TPC course, it’s a muni. And for a little over $30 in the afternoon, including cart, it’s not too bad.
Played in the afternoon on Jul 15. Are the greens bumpy? Yeah, a little bit. Are the fairways a little bare? Yeah, in spots. Was it slow? Sure, a 5 hour twilight round. But for $32 not a bad deal at all. It’s still a great layout. We played it from the tips, and at a little over 7000 yards, it’s all the course you could want. Or at least, all the course I could want. Yes, I fixed a lot of ball marks that should have been fixed by other players. No use moaning about it, just bend down and fix them. Better to fix them than let them sit there. Are the sand traps in great shape? No, but then again, you're not supposed to hit it there. That's why they call them hazards... You think Old Tom Morris, or Bobby Jones played on perfectly manicured courses. No, they just played the course as it was. Sometimes I think today's golfers are a little spoiled by the standards we have today. Remember, it's just a game. Go out and enjoy it!
Played all 18 on July 2nd for the 1st time since 2004. As expected the course was in pretty good shape. I think the new greens are a little slower and surprisingly a little softer than the originals. The new look 4th with the cross fairway bunker is a good look. New tees on the 5th make the hole play a little more straightforward. The new 7th seems to have more room long and left in the fairway. The new bunker gives a nice look to the hole, but beware, it's deep and soft as my playing partner found out. I don't think the 8th hole has changed any, but it feels different. It may just be the new bunkering around it. New tees on the 9th again make the hole play much straighter. Pace of play was about average, 4 1/2 hours. I know it's been a long time coming, but overall I think they've done a great job and made a really good course even better. Hopefully Mother Nature will give them a break for a few years or longer.
Run, don't walk to this course!!! Nestled in the hills of Paso Robles, it's always in good to excellent condition. Great layout, challenging holes, a thinking man's course. Sure you can grip it and rip it on some holes, but watch out for the water, meandering creeks and big oak trees. Definitely worth the visit.
Played the course in Apr05. A bit of a trek from SFV, but a nice layout. The course conditions are what you'd expect from a local muni. Similar to Elkins Ranch. Tight lies in the fairways, dormant grasses, little or no rough to speak of, and decent greens. For the money, it wasn't bad at all.
Played on Apr 2 as a practice round for the SCGA Net Am Qualifier on Apr 5. Was surprised that the greens had been punched. I know it says they were done Mar 3/14, but it looks more like they were done about a week later. Overall, except for the greens, the course is in great condition.
Played on Sep 21, 8am tee time. Pace of play was obviously good due to midweek morning time. Course was in expected condition. Nice layout. Good thinkers course due to layout of holes. You can't just tee it high and let it fly. Don't think it's worth $80 for a weekday or $100 for the weekend. It's a little more challenging than Rustic, but not $40 bucks more!
Played on July 31 as a seven-some. Ok, a foursome and threesome. Pace of play was pretty good for a Saturday morning. Course was in typical Soule Park condition. Fairways are never 'lush' due to the type of grass. Greens were in their usual good shape. Smooth, medium-fast and consistent through all 18 holes. All in all, a nice course, moderately priced and easy to score well on. A tip for #7, play your second shot into the 2nd fairway on the right, and you'll get a nice look into the green instead of worrying about the big oak tree on the right of the 7th green.
Played on the afternoon of July 15. 325pm tee time, and finished just before 8pm, and we were a fivesome. Not too bad considering the previous comments. Agree that the greens are in pretty bad shape with lots of spots of poa all around (at least that's what my friend was calling it). Many of the tee boxes were not level. Fairways were decent, but nothing to write home about. There was enough sand in the traps I visited to fill all the traps and waste areas at Rustic Canyon. And the number one rant&rave, unrepaired ball marks. Correct me if I'm wrong, but even a badly repaired ball mark is better than an unrepaired one. I just wish I had the answer to solve this problem.
Played on 4th of July, as a 3-some in just a little over 4 hours. Course seemed to be in pretty good shape. Still had a couple greens that were a little dicey and still trying to recover from the recent aeration. GPS on the carts may have been a little off, but otherwise, really enjoyed the course.
Played 6/12. Also was unaware of the small hole aeration that was done earlier in the week. Although, I must admit that considering they were done only days before, the greens were in pretty good condition. Fairways were as expected, very good shape. Tee boxes are getting a little worn, but that's mainly on the par 3's. Usually can play there in 4-4 1/2 hours, even on a weekend. Unfortunately, the 740am group didn't believe in keeping up the pace. Called the pro-shop from the 9th tee to advise group in front of us was at least a hole and a half behind. Didn't seem to help. Rustic doesn't really have a true Marshal, but then again, I've never needed one there before. Otherwise, everything was up to their normal standards.
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