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Played today at 7:50 AM.. Low crowd attendance. Easy on, no push from impatient (in a hurry) players, behind us.
The track is in really good shape. Fairways are lush and soft. It looks like they are really watering, ???? throughout the course. The rough is about 1 1/2" - 2". Playable and fair. Bunkers have good quality sand and is maintained, yes RAKE, after you hit out of them! The greens are soft and squishy, and rolls at a medium pace. Many greens are really large, so 3 putt is a potential here... Hahaha ??
I would play here again.
I got out here with a few buddies, I haven't played with in a few years. We where impressed how top notch the conditions are in.
The tee boxes are firm, flat, and minor divot damage. The fairways are superb , with lush yet firm, like carpet. You will get great roll and set up on your next shot. The rough is a bit long, where you are penalized with missed fairways and rewarded with hit fairways. The rough is about 3"-4" long and you can loose your ball in this long stuff. You practically have to look on top of the ball to see it. You can advance your rough shot, but be aware to add 2 clubs. The course is lined with a lot of bunkers on practically every hole, I know because I hit quite a few. The bunker sand quality is really good. Greens are rolling true and medium-fast. Greens do have undulation, so read carefully.
This is a must play, and I'll be back, next week.
I haven't played here in over 5 years. I was impressed with how nicely they have kept up the conditions. The tee boxes are fairly level and are in good condition. The fairway and rough is well watered and gives you good lies throughout the course. Greens where soft and a bit slow, but rolled true. I glad they kept up the conditions, so I'm liking this track again.
My buddies set up this golf outing for this morning. I have never played, and won't come back... This track had terrible, uneven, tee boxes, with a lot of unrepaired divots. The fairways have squirrel burroughs everywhere. Drives can land in these holes. Dry turf with plenty of dirt patches. Good drives are not rewarded. The rough are hard panned too. The bunkers are weed grown pit holes, some had 2-3 Foot weed stems sprouting from them. Greenside bunkers are really hard pan. The greens are spunggy and very slow. I would Not recommend this Country Club.
I played in a Charity golf tournament here today. Good thing is they allowed shot-gun start, because it played in 5+ hours. I heard Troon has purchased them. The course design is really nice, but the course tee box,fairway, out lining rough are in really bad shape. Hard and dry conditions,, due to lack of watering and maintenance. So, hopefully the deep pockets of Troon will put money to improve the conditions. Rating Will Reflect.
Played here on Cinco De Mayo, at 11:20. Got there about an hour early, just to utilize the great practice facility. Great putting and chipping area. Bunkers to work on sand game, and grass hitting range. The course is always in top notch quality. The tee boxes are firm and flat. Footing is secure for all those power hitters from the tee box. The fairway are well manicured. There aren't any worn out or dry areas. The rough is great to hit out of, you can find and advance your ball strikes, even though the rough is a bit long, about 2". Bunkers have rakes, so we played shots, and the quality is sand was firm but playable. Greens are undulating, and rolling true. Speed seemed med-fast. The have a lot of great challenging holes, which keeps it fun and entertaining. A must play track.
Played here today with my weekly tournament group. We had a good tee time (9am) ,so I got out early enough to miss the usual slow play here. The course was in okay condition. Tee boxes where nice, they are firm and level. The fairways where firm and fast , but they did have some GUR and spotty patchy dirt areas. The rough was a nice playable level, again, some spotty dirt patches. Bunkers with no rakes are in good condition with good quality sand. Greens rolled at a medium pace, but rolled very true. A good place to play, with a lot of undulating fairways ... Fun and challenging.
Played early, before the heat kicked in... The course is in very good condition, some heavy water spots, but not too bad. At least they are watering. The tee boxes are firm and flat, not too much divot damage. The fairways are nicely mowed, keeping it short and playable. The rough had some deeper conditions over 2", but most was cut low enough yplay through. Bunkers where hard packed and looked tough to get out of... I did not land any! The greens are rolling smooth and tru, med-fast. The short but challenging play are the elevated greens, when getting good drives, because of the undulating course. I play again.
I was "invited" to play here yesterday, 1:30 tee time (cost me $96, very pricey for twi-light). The private course is nice, but not $96 nice. It did include range balls! Conditions are very nice, tee boxes are firm and level with few divot damage. This course is a bit older, so you are playing on many narrow fairways, with mature tree line. The fairway condition is nice firm, mowed very low. Be careful not to get into the rough, it is long (2+") and moist and very difficult to advance your ball very far. The course has bunkers protecting the green on every hole, the sand quality is good, but no rakes, just foot prints. Greens are med-fast and roll true, but with a lot of undulating surface. Very nice course, not worth $96 for twi-light.
I played in the GK Play, on April 24th, at Desert Willow Firecliff. This course/resort, was hard to find any flaws here. They have a large practice area. They have over 20 bays to hit (unlimited) balls. The putting area is large, undulating surface with many holes to putt at. They also have a separate chipping area with many balls to hit. You can spend a good full day here.
Now to the actual golfing... The landscape and scenary is breath taking. Palm trees, ficus, and all sorts of variety of trees and plants. The tee boxes are firm and flat with little to no major divots. Some of the holes can be a bit intimidating with desert landscape separating tee box to fairways... So, select the correct tee box for your ability, or you will be embarrassed and frustrated, not making the fairways on your drives. The fairways are perfect, like carpet. Firm, and a bit plush, giving you great lies, when hitting from the fairway, approaching the green. The rough had 2 rough levels. First cut, low enough to hit from, fairway.the 2nd level was a bit long, about an 1 1/2-2, but playable, long enough to hold till out drives from rolling to far into trouble. Bunkers are nice, with good quality sand. Racks are there,
so USE THEM! The greens are firm, fast, maybe med-fast. Putts rolled, very true. This is definitely a MUST PLAY... Those of who missed this event, will regret this great opportunity. I can't wait until we come back... I'm in!
My buddies and I played this course today, hearing, Montebello CC, may be sold and shutdown for Top Golf... Well, the course was in good shape, of course some typical bare spots, but not bad. The tee boxes where fairly level and not too many divot damage. Fairways where firm and fast, giving good roll out. The rough was cut to a playable level, some parts some deep rough, when you hit too far off the fairways. Bunkers are concrete hard (no take) which is common with many tracks right now. Greens rolled really nice, medium speed... I hope they don't t close, like what has been rumored...
I played my last round of golf for the year here. This is my 1st time here. The course is a Resort course, so the layout seems very playable. I did enjoy my round. Winter conditions in effect. Course did drain well, because the previous day, there was a big storm that past through. Rating the course conditions, the tee boxes had a lot of "Resort" hack divots. They where a bit unlevel on a few holes. The fairway was in really good condition, hence the rain that just past through, actually firm with good roll out. Rough was kept short and playable. Most bunkers where okay. A few bunkers had large puddles of water, so free drop, yes!!
The greens rolled really nice and true, and a bit fast. I liked them overall. It's a recommended track.
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