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Played on 7/18 and course was in very nice condition. The greens were smooth though on the slow side. This is a fairly well maintained golf course with good rates, don't expect anything fancy like clubhouse or food and drink choices. Mainly just golf here, course is not overly challenging but once you get to the greens you will discover the secret to scoring well here. Greens are the hardest to read from 5ft. and closer I have ever played. Not inconsistent, just odd breaks and always mainly around the cupl
Played on June 27 and pleased to find the course in very good condition. Some posts have suggested the course was lacking with new ownership, but I didn't find that to be the case. There are some areas that are under repair, very small area on the par 5 12th, other than that the course was like always. Good fairways, quick smooth greens, rough that was fair, and all but one teebox was flat and not badly chewed up. The course should still be re-rated so there is a split between the tips(6900 yards) and next set of tees (6290 yards) and this can be done with any chznges to the course just the scorecard. Three or four holes would play from gold tees instead of black and you would have about a 6500 yard layout. Unless that happens some holes are just to long to play for most average golfers, or those that can't hit a 270 yard drive and 230+ 3-wood. I haven't posted a score on this course for almost 2 years because I play from gold teebox on 3 holes and black on the rest. Still a great track, good conditioning, nice environment away from city traffic and encroaching housing developments.
Great little golf course. Layout is fair, challenging, and most of all interesting. Each hole offers something different and the being built in the old rock quarry makes for a great golf environment. No homes on the course, no traffic noise, just course and sky. Greens are running very slow, though looking at them you would think very fast. I would give this an immaculate rating, but there are only a very few courses that deserve that rating. Green fee is to pricey, though for internet coupon rate of fifty it isn't bad.
Played on 5/14 and as always course was in excellent condition. The wind was blowing so it made for a difficult round of golf. Still teeboxes, fairways, and rough were perfect; greens rolled very true if on the slow side, unusually slow for Goose Creek. This facility is probably the best run operation in the Inland Empire, great driving range (all grass), range balls in almost new condition, large and udulating practice green. Ross Fischer has been overseeing this course since it opened and he deserves the thanks of everyone that plays here for the first class facilities and fair green fees. The entire staff at Goose Creek try to make sure you enjoy your day on the course. Course layout, except for par 3 holes is challenging and interesting, five par 3's and they all play about the same. Without question a must play.
Played on 4/25 and found course in very good condition. Greens were smooth and about medium speed. FYI to all who played here before, environmental areas are no longer given a free drop. They play as a lateral hazard, and as such make this a much more difficult layout. Accurate tee shots are a must, and if you are borderline on being able to carry an environmental area, lay up or pay the price. Lots of elevation changes and some very tight driving holes. The toughest is the 17th hole, not long but requires a perfect drive. Second shot is to an elevated green that slopes so much it is almost unfair. If short of the green and hole is deep, unless the ball goes past the hole it will probably end up back at your feet. A front pin makes being long impossilbe. Very nice track, good senior rate, good conditioning.
Played on Thursday, 4/10, course was in very good to excellent condition. The fairways are lush and the right length, the rough though not high is sticky and thick, the greens smooth and quick. This facility has two of the best courses in the Inland Empire and their senior rate of $45.00 is more than worth the trip. They provide driving range balls with all green fees, and the balls are always in almost perfect shape. The Legends has same rating as the Champions course but I believe it is much harder. Legends has major bunkering around all the greens making approach shots tough. Because of the bunkering or elevation of the greens, many long or uphill par 4 holes become short par 5 holes for the average distance hitter. Trying to hit your 3 or 5 wood to one of these greens brings bunkers into play, and hitting the green with that much club can mean major trouble beyond the green. The front nine isn't that bad, in fact the first 4 holes will have you thinking I must be a wimp or hacker, but wait and see by the last hole if you aren't worn out from hitting so many woods or long irons. Also be forewarned, the first 7 greens on the "front 9" make the holes very difficult. Very undulating and tiered. On the par 4 holes make sure you land the ball at front of the green regardless of pin placement, these greens will take any ball hit from short middle of green or deeper well off the green surface. Holes number 1 and 6 are the most deceptive of all the greens on the course. Both appear to be sloped back to front but are anything but. Hitting just on the green on either hole will have you sitting in the middle of surface, and that's if you are hitting a short iron or wedge, anything more than an 8 iron hit it short. If pin is deep on the green than try for the middle of green with wedge or short iron, with 7 iron or more make sure to play just short of green. An iron hit just off the green short will easily end up beyond the middle of the green, sometimes off the back. I know hard to believe, but when you're there getting ready to chip remember the advice. Great golf facility, a very fair test of your game and playable for almost everybody. Players with serious driver misbehavior should make sure to bring lots of balls, 12 or more, you will need them.
This course is in very good condition considering it opened 3 weeks ago. Customer service is top of the line, from the guys loading your cart, pro shop staff, and marshalls, the best I have encounter in So Cal. The senior rate of $35.00 is a real value and a small bucket of balls is $3.00. The course is flat, the fairways have lots of undulations but no elevated tee shots. Very entertaining layout, and from the white tees, just 6200+ yards plays much longer. As others have mentioned it is a hard course to score on without any course information. The GPS on the cart is all text, and seems almost ass backwards. The GPS will tell you all about the trouble you can see, but almost nothing about the "burn" (means creek or wash) which in most cases is hidden. I mean looking down the fairway it looks fairly open until you get to where your ball was supposed to be and find it down in the "burn". When it happens you will be the one to burn. Still I would recommend this course to anyone with half a game and look forward to playing it again.
Played on 2/27 and course was in pristine condition, but this will change when the aerification program starts next week. It won't be terrible as they have a nice program, I believe they only do two greens per week; one on front and one on back; so the rest of the course will be very good. Great layout, very well designed offering challenges to low handicappers while not being impossible to play for the average hackers. Customer service is tops and the cart girl is always there when you need her with a great attitude and warm personality. This is one of my favorite tracks just wish it were a little less expensive, though with Roger Dunn card it is more than worth the money. It is a definite must play course, nice secluded feel on most of the holes.
Played on 01/17 buddy and I have birthday during same week so free took the free birthday round. Before reviewing the course I must mention cart fee policies at courses. I remember when a cart fee was just that, a fee to rent the cart. Nowadays it is not a cart fee but a seat fee. If I ride alone let's say the cart fee is $15.00, so why if two golfers share a $15.00 cart do both have to pay $15.00 making cart rental fee twice as much. It used to be a cart fee was listed and if two players were to share a cart they each paid 1/2 the cart fee rate. Is it just me or does chap everybody's hide. Anyway the course is a great layout, though all the housing has taken a lot of the character away from the place. The holes are still quite challenging yet very fair, sort of. The hole layouts are good but the greens are super hard to read and get any kind of feel for how they break. The greens were smooth and medium fast. The fairways are almost unplayable, so dormant they produce dust clouds when hit off. You find yourself aiming tee shots toward rough were there is grass to hit from. Good course not worth $70.00 during week and no senior rate. Play Cross Creek for less money, get free range balls and enjoy a totally secluded golf course.
Played on 12/26, things started poorly but thank the Lord the course conditions made up for it. Had problem with green fee price, I specifically asked twice, once on day of making tee time and again day before tee time if holiday rates were in effect. Was reassured they were not so time was kept. Get there and the pro shop wants to charge holiday rate so of course it is the back and forth finally get regular senior rate but now are pushed back by three tee times. This lead to a 5+ hour round of golf. The course is in very good shape, the greens are smooth, the tee boxes good, and most spotty areas in fairway are marked as ground under repair. Some bunkers are very compacted so check closely before playing your shot. The greens are not fast as people have been stating, they are just very sloping. The slope can be tricky because of how the course wanders throught the hills, and many pin placements are illegal (no flat area around the cup). You can definitely putt off the greens or chip off the greens into an awaiting bunker. Very important to be aware of how the land falls, since it is what makes the greens seem so fast. Some greens have settled so much since this courses opening they truly are impossible. Check out the practice green, tap a putt from the top of the green and watch it pick up speed until it finds the other end.
Played on 12/24 for $25.00 and though it was a good 60 mile drive one way it was worth it. Course was in good shape, not great, the greens were nice medium fast, but the fairways were spotty; not terrible but had to move the ball a few times to find grass when in fairway. Nice layout and when it is this price it isn't too bad, anything over $45.00 even on weekend play closer to home pay extra cash and save money you would spend for gas and time of commute.
Played on 11/15 and will say the course was in good condition. Greens were smooth and medium speed; most fairways were very healthy and bunkers were quite playable. It is not one of my favorite courses to play, too many holes seem the same, though there are a handful that are very cool. Very difficult to get a feel of how the greens break, they don't seem to follow any particular pattern - two greens parallel to one another will break in two different directions. Some break toward Imperial Blvd. and some break away from it, very odd. At $58.00 it is not a bargain to play unless you live in Orange County where anything at $75.00 per round is considered inexpensive. The worst part of the experience is playing a great round, moving at a good clip, nobody in front nobody behind then traffic jam at the next tee because of a slow fivesome holding up everyone behind them whom have now caught them. Playing so well than a 15 minute break followed by many more excessive waits, talk about killing a score. Sorry guys but fivesomes are the bain of the average week day golfer trying to avoid the crowds and expense of weekend tee times.
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