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Played Goose Creek today on a beautiful and rare day off from work and the course looks and is in fantastic shape. Check in was smooth and went over to range to hit and chip.. When I got to the first tee I met up my playing partners who were an an older (65+ ) korean couple Yoon & Anne and were extremely nice to play with. I was planning on playing III (the whites) because my back can't take the 6700 yards anymore but they had the IV (blues) moved up so I said what the heck. First I will start with the tee boxes, I didn't see too many divots and overall I thought tee boxes were excellent. They must have came out of overseeding recently because starter said it was 90 degree rule and cart path for the par 3's and fairways showed it because they were in great shape. The greens are the best I have seen there in a while, very few divots marks and they rolled very true. Didn't visit sand at all but it looks they were raked this morning. Regardless of when you play here, this course is first class all the way from the check in to the cart girl who came by 3-4 times, everyone and everything there is top notch. Definitely recommended..
9 Likes.
Played this morning at Twin Oaks, I found a tee time for a single yesterday. at 7:30 am. First time playing here, the course looked narrow from pictures I saw and from some reviews I read. I played the blue because it looked like they had moved up a bit, so it was probably playing about 6350, maybe 6400 yards. The fairways looked to be in good shape and on some holes they had replaced some sod, so it looks they are trying to keep in good shape. Tee boxes were fine mostly level with a few occasional divots not filled in, but overall good shape. The front nine greens were in very nice shape but a few of the backside maybe 3 were sanded. My foursome included a local couple Annie & Rich who were regulars saying the course is about to aeriate the greens soon. The fourth was a fellow named John who has moved to Carlsbad from New Hampshire, all 3 were excellent playing mates. Back to the course conditions, if you strayed off the fairways the rough was tough maybe 1 1/2” and combine that with the morning dewness it made it hard to find the ball at times. Overall, I had a great time and always fun to play a course I haven’t played before. Definitely recommended.
10 Likes.
Played in GK outing on 09/13 under what I thought was a beautiful day albeit a little warm (100 degrees).
I got stuck behind an accident on the 60 freeway where they are widening it and it was a pain. I called the pro shop and they were very accommodating saying not to worry just get there safe and they would take care of everything. 1st time playing Mountain View course and I really enjoyed it. I played with Kevin (kg1791) and Johnny and we had a great time. For those who haven't played with Johnny, he is very personable and very easy to talk to and I enjoyed his and Kevin's insight to golf and everything else under the sun. I thought the course was in excellent shape from fairway to green there was a dry area or two on the green but they didn't affect how I putted. Not my best round but not my worst, my back was acting up, but playing with Johnny and Kevin was the highlight and if you are in the area definitelya must play..
10 Likes.
Played The Crossings at Carlsbad on a cool Sunday afternoon with all the Covid restrictions in place. I played with a couple from Temecula and they were very nice. The tee boxes were better than average with most divots filled in and having said that sand was available on the carts and by the looks of things divots were filled in on the fairways as well. The fairways were green and firm and wide so if you found them, it was very playable. I haven’t been there in a while and I forgot how hilly it was and the few forced carries there are. The lady I played with said she plays there regularly and if a ball were to go in a bunker one could take it out due to local rules. There were no rakes, but it did look like someone was maintaining them and you could see shoe/foot rakes from previous people trying to rake the footprints. I was only in 2 green side bunkers and I played out of them because they looked playable to me. Greens were on the medium speed side, and the guy in my group went out of his way to fix what ball marks he could find. In closing, the course was in very good shape, very green and I had a very good time and look to return soon. Definitely recommended..
14 Likes.
Played the palms course yesterday at the Desert Springs Marriott. Teed off at 8:20 single cart rider so my girlfriend rode in one cart and I in the other, which was great because she complains about cigar smoke.

It was a beautiful day about 95 with a nice breeze and we played with 2 guys from Los Angeles. Masks were order of the day and the starter told us a marshall will be checking to see if people were wearing them. Not going to lie, it was a pain but the tradeoff was well worth it.

Range balls were provided and the only restroom was at the beginning and at the turn. No food or beverage for sale, maybe on Monday starter said. Water fountains were working to fill any ice bottles.

The course was in excellent condition and there was no real rough to speak of, after all it is a resort course.
Sand traps no rakes but they were playable and the greens were maybe 8-9 not fast but not slow. We never had a wait and we finished in 3 hours 45 minutes and if my gf was not with me, I would have played again.
9 Likes.
Played Yorba Linda CC today with stickboy on a email invite through my players club membership. The cost was 55.00 which included the range balls and the cart. It was a shotgun start and we started on hole 1. The course was in very nice shape, rough was not to penal although sometimes tough to find ball. The whole course is very tree lined and fairways were a little narrower than most private clubs I have played, it kinda reminded me of El Dorado Park in Long Beach only due to the trees virtually on every hole. The fairways were in good condition and a lot of divots were sanded in. I was in a few bunkers today and the sand was very fine sand with the exception of one where there was a small rock below my ball, but they were very playable. Most of the greens were very quick, just pick the right line and it's off to the races. The course is in the middle of a housing tract and overall the course and the staff were great and it's always nice to play private clubs that I don't normally get to. If you get a chance to play it, I would recommend it..
7 Likes.
Played Morro bay yesterday on a cool but sunny Sunday morning. Played with an older couple and they were very ice to play with. The course was in very nice condition, tee boxes were mostly green and level and divots were filled in. The fairways I thought were excellent shape. The greens to me were the star of the show, they held every shot I had making a ball mark and the ball staying within a foot of the ball mark. I had a little trouble reading them and I thought I left at least 5 strokes out there to do not making those short birdie putts. I always have a great time playing here and I would like to play it more if I lived closer, but I will definitely return.....
7 Likes.
Played Monarch Dunes Challenge course on Sunday because we were visiting my girlfriend's parents and we were meeting them there for lunch and a little golf. That course never ceases to amaze me it is always in fabulous shape everytime I visit. Also playing with my gf's family was a treat and to top the day off my gf got a hole in one on # 10. Talk about beginner's luck, she has been playing a little over a year, amazing. The whole monarch dunes vibe is something is something I could get use to and if I only lived closer. The challenge course is a great tune up before your round or if you're working on something it's a great place to practice. Highly recommended....
8 Likes.
Played the GK match with Eric this morning at Skylinks on a warm sunny Sunday. The course was in good shape as I didn't see anything out of the ordinary. The greens were in very nice shape with most ball marks repaired and they rolled well. Sand was soft and very playable. Pace of play was normal for LB courses at 5 hours, but we didn't have to wait much and it seem to flow ok. I personally think it's a little overpriced but that's just my opinion. Anyways, I always enjoy Skylinks when I get a chance to play there.
7 Likes.
Played the Navy Course this afternooon on a warm day and was paired with a very nice twosome. Haven't been here in a few years but the course looked to be in very nice shape and they have mown down a lot of the areas where there use to be grass bunkers? The fairways were in great shape and all sand traps I were in the sand was very soft and very playable. Greens rolled true and were medium pace. The pace of play was a little slow but nothing to complain about, I teed off at 3 and finished around 7:45 so all in all wasn't too bad. A good time was had by all and I would love to play it again sometime..
8 Likes.
Played Pebble on January 13 and was a little concerned about the weather with a chance of rain, but to my delight there was no rain and the weather was beautiful, that is if you like overcast and 50 degree weather. My caddie was Jerry Franklin and he was a great guy. From all the reviews that I read about the course they were all spot on. I was paired with 2 other guys from Seattle and their families. At times there were about 10 people with us but everyone was very respectful. The course was in great shape and you can see workers setting up stands for AT&T. The rough was a little challenging because I was playing a yellow srixon and it made it difficult to find sometimes. The course is tougher to walk than most people think especially if you're taking a cart because of the walking back and forth. I was in the bunker on two when Jerry to said hit only 160 because of another bunker/hazard and the sand was pristine. On 7, I had a 60 degree from 95 yards and was in the bunker to the right, I was very fortunate to save par from there. The greens were fast at times and slower at times and there were more breaks than I realized. All 18 holes to me were standout and it was enjoyable time that I will never forget. It's a shame they don't allow you to play the course without staying there but If you ever get the chance I highly recommend it...
14 Likes.
Played Bayonet today on a beautiful cool but sunny day. I teed off at 9:20 and was never held up in fact we played in 3hr 40 min. On to the course, the course was in fantastic shape. The fairways were great condition and the speed of the greens were very quick. Lots of break on the greens. Everything about the course was in top shape, and I highly recommend either course if your ever in the area.
9 Likes.
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