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Long Beach just announced the reopening of courses so we booked a 1:30 tee time. Was absolutely shocked at a pop of 4 hours flat! And we walked, although there were carts available. Course was in pretty good shape, fairways were good and seemed very well maintained. FYI only blue tees were out for some reason.
The rough was quite rough. Lost a ball I know was under my feet just couldn't see it. Greens had not fully recovered from recent punching, but that wasn't as much a problem as the shocking and disgusting number of not repaired divots. Seriously embarrassing after not even a full day. Such a shame. Hopefully the courses keep the max 4/group and spacing tee times 10 minutes. I had never played such a quick round there!
Had an 11:50am tee time this past sunday at Redhawk. Had never played, but just happy they were open. That being said, I'll start with pace of play--6 HOURS. There was a marshall, but clearly he was not pushing anyone. And before anyone says "well, not everyone is used to walking," let me counter with....we had been waiting behind a slow group ahead of us after every hole. Then at the turn we got to hole 10, and found that the moronic starter snuck in a twosome in between 2 foursomes! The course was actually in stellar conditions, pins still there with foam inside. But I'll never go back there, reminded me of a Long Beach City Course. Did I mention it was 6 hours?
Single carts allowed, $15 discount if you walked, but it was 104 degrees yesterday. Fairways were in great shape, the greens were running crazy SLOW. The rough was insanely thick, but they were mowing it during our round so should be better for future rounds. Many sand bunkers were as hard as rocks, but some were okay to play from. Overall a fantastic outing, and crazy good deal. Finished in 3 hours 40 after skipping a very very very slow group that was nice enough to let us pass on hole 4. Everyone just seemed ecstatic to be out there, myself included.
Played here with my friend Robin a day after crazy storms in San Diego area, so the course was cart path only for the day. Also as a result of the rain, the driving range was flooded so it was closed, which was a bummer given I wanted to work on some things. On the positive, the chipping/bunker/practice green areas were in quite good conditions. As for the course itself, we played South/North (the rains flooded East so it was walking only), and we got stuck behind a 4some and 5some. Pace of play still was good at 4 hours, but if the 4some wasn't betting on every green we easily could have finished in under 3.5.

Overall conditions were average. The greens were in great shape, not too fast or slow, possibly due to the recent rain storm. But not a lot of ball marks which shows at least the members tend to repair their divots. The fairways were in rough shape though, lots of patchiness and brown all around. Was surprised at how poor overall they were in. Same can be said about the tee boxes, which were full of divot marks, and grass that was so tall we called them "fluffy"--not what you want to tee off from.

Appreciate the pace of play, but you can find better condition courses for the guest rates it'll cost you to play here. (Also, in what world does a 4some who are gambling on every green not allow a twosome behind them to pass?)
Took the healthy drive with Blake from Long Beach to the Saticoy to join the rest of the GK crew (thanks Johnny!), and this course was as emotionally exhausting as the LA traffic to get there--what a challenging course! My accuracy was off for most of the day, and boy did the course make me pay. Then once getting on the greens, you were greeted with lightning fast speed and crazy undulations. On more than one occasion a seemingly nice chip/putt caught an unfortunate ridge and would roll all the way off of the green. If you're looking for a challenging course, this one will be right up there. Absolutely stunning conditions and the staff was awesome!
Played Sunday 11/10, tee time at 8:44am, closer actual to 9am. Played behind a 5some which moved rather well the first 4 holes, but then things slowed down quite a bit. Ended up with a 5 hour 20 minute round. No marshall as usual, no waving up on par 3's. My partner and I rode cart and played with a twosome walking, but they kept up fine and we were typically waiting on the tee boxes. Course conditions were good, and the greens were fast with the weird breaks (always breaks towards ocean, no matter what you see). Fairways were also in good condition. It's always a well maintained course which is impressive given the sheer quantity of golfers that play here everyday. If the rounds could ever get under 5 hours, it would be my go-to in the area at $55 with cart. But most locals know to expect 5-6 hours minimum.
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