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Played here today with Johnny,Greg and Ron and had a great time. The course is in really good shape so if you can go play.
We played the white tees and some of the boxes had some bumps and bare spots but you find a good spot to hit from.
The fairways have great coverage and for the most part lush. There were a few dry areas but I didn't see any bare spots.
The rough is long and juicy. The ball settles down and it will grab you club. You had to look a bit to find your ball sometime.
The bunkers are thin and hard like most times Ive played here. Some had standing water in them.
The greens are really nice. Smooth and running medium fast. Very few ball marks. There were some really tough pin positions today.
We played at our own pace with never waiting much and no one behind us. We finished in about 4 1/2 hours
They have what looks to be brand new carts with really nice seats and GPS. They look to have blu tooth speakers built in but we did not try them out
No drink cart but the halfway house is open.
Overall a really enjoyable round with some great guys.
Had a 7:10 tee time today and got out right on time. I played as a single until #9 when I caught a twosome.
Tee boxes are just ok with many having a lot of divot damage. Overall the course is a bit on the dry side so some fairways had decent coverage but some were thin-hard and had bare spots.
The rough is not much different than the fairways just with more bare areas.
I was in a couple of bunkers and they had ample dark brown sand but are still without rakes.
The greens were the best part of the course with good surfaces to put from but on the slow side.
The third hole is still a par three but it has been moved a little to the west and is shorter. The whole east side of that area has had the trees cut down and is being cut away to make room for the road work.
The pro shop said that per Cal Trans the course will close in july for about a year and a half and be completely redesigned. The time frame could change depending on how well the work goes. They did not know who was doing the redesign work. Maybe Johnny can find out???
The course looks like it is not being maintained very well and I expect it will continue to go downhill until the closure.
Played here on Fri 3/19 with a tee time of 7:53. The twosome i was supposed to be paired with didn't show up so they moved me back one slot and off we went. First few holes were a bit slow but the marshal came around and lit fire under the group ahead and then things moved fine. Finished right 4:15. Range and practice green both open and masks required in the shop for checkin.
Tee boxes are a mixed bag with some lush and some a bit thin but acceptable overall.
The fairways are in good winter shape with only a couple a bit thin in areas. Rough is thin and not an issue to play from.
Bunkers are lacking sand but playable.
They are punching and sanding two greens per week thur April and this week it was 7 & 18. Other than those the greens are in very good shape and rolled medium quick with very few old ball marks.
When I left it was very busy around the clubhouse and a few people were eating inside the snack bar. The cart was around twice once on each nine.
I had only played here once before years ago and I enjoyed the round and plan to return more often.
Played here Fri. 2/26 with a 7:50 tee time and got out right on time.I paid the senior rate of $50 which about all this track is worth right now. We played as a foursome and we finished right at 4 hr. There were lots of young ladies on the range and playing practice rounds on the Champions course getting ready for the Symetra event next week.
Checkin is now back upstairs in the shop with masks required.
The tee boxes are a little beat up on the whites, some need some leveling.
Fairways are in good shape for winter with decent coverage but still a good amount of roll out.The rough is cut down and not much of an issue to hit from.
The bunkers are the weakest part on the course. Most lack sand and have way too many rocks.
The greens were firm and ran quick. The sign said they were running at 10.5 but most seemed quicker. There are a lot on old ball marks but they did not effect the roll too much.
There is a lot of construction going on around the course with grading going on getting ready for houses. Some look to be very close to the course. There are several new tunnels that go under new roads being built. At the 18 tee box there are lots literally backing up to the cart path.
We saw the drink cart several times and it is card only no cash accepted. Standard covid stuff with no ball washers or rakes but there are sand bottles on the carts.
Played 2/16 with a 7:13 tee time and got out right on time. Finished in 4:15 with some waiting on the group ahead of us. Check in is in the shop and quick with masks required. The grill is open for take out and drinks. Range and practice green are both open.
Tee boxes are a little thin but still very playable
Fairways on the front nine show signs of being punched recently and were good to hit from although winter thin with lots of roll out. The back nine must have been punched with 1/2 holes last night or early this morning and you had to deal with all the muddy plugs.
The rough around the greens was long and thick making you work to get out. The bunkers were just reworked last summer and have lots of nice white sand but no rakes so you have to deal with some footprints.
The greens ran at medium speed and held shots well. Very few old ball marks to deal with.
Did not see a drink cart but did have a marshal come by several times.
Overall I always enjoy this track and will be back soon.
I played here on Mon. the 8th so Im a little late with this.
Had a 7:40 tee time and we got out about 10 minutes late I believe due to some fog hanging around the course. We waited on a few holes on a foursome ahead of us who seemed to be confused on some of the holes but we still finished in 4:10.
Tee boxes are in good shape except for 17 which is so hard you almost need a hammer to get a tee in the ground.
Fairways are in great shape with good coverage and a nice cushion to hit from. Most of the bunkers are ok but could use more sand in some.
The rough is cut down and not too penal.
The greens were firm and running at a medium/fast speed. Some were a little bumpy.
Checkin was quick but I do have one complaint. You can not book as a single player over the phone and you must book online. They do not give you the option to get the senior rate this way. I would like to see this change.
Overall a great day at Goose and I will be back soon.
Played here on 2/5 with a 7:40 tee time and we got out about 10 minutes early. Needed a light jacket for awhile but it warmed up nicely. Check in is from a window at the back of the shop. Practice green is closed but the range is open. Typical covid stuff with no sand bottles,ball washers or rakes in the bunkers.
Tee boxes need work. Most are thin and beat up and a few need leveling.
Fairways have decent coverage for this time of year with very few thin spots. If you get off line much there is nit much rough but there are quite a few bare areas to deal with.
Bunkers were ok and had been groomed so not many footprints to deal with this early in the morning. Most had ample sand.
The greens ran a little slow and some were bumpy. Several had bare spots around the edges.
I paid $35 with the senior card and that includes a single rider cart. Didn't see a drink cart but the snack window is open with cards only accepted. Quite a bit of maintenance going on around the course.
I was also able to play here with the other guru’s. When I walked out onto the dining area that over looks the 18th hole I knew this was going to be a great day.The weather was warm and sunny and as others have mentioned the course is visually stunning. The fairways are emerald green with very nice landscaping around them.
The staff was friendly and helpful. As calligolfer mentioned we had a great conversation after the round about the measures the use to keep the course in such outstanding condition.
I enjoyed the layout a lot. There are no blind shots and enough water and other features that make you think about your shots. As we worked are way around we all commented on the fact that there was really no parts of the course we could find fault with.
Fairways have great coverage and a good cushion to hit from. The rough is cut low enough that you can find your ball but still make you work a bit to get out. The bunkers are great. Really good sand and rakes. I was in a couple and had good lies and almost forgot to rake them being used to what we become used to.
The greens ran medium fast and had lots of subtle breaks. They were a pleasure to putt on.
As always a big thank you to the other players for making this a fun round and thanks to Johnny for setting this up.
Played here on Monday 1/11 with a 7:40 tee time. Paid $51 to ride which is about what this track is worth. Got out about 5 minutes late due the tee box being mowed. Checkin was quick and easy. Range and putting green was open.
Played the whites and the tee boxes were in very good shape ,good coverage and most very level.
The fairways are good for winter conditions. Most have very good coverage but there are some brown/dry spots. The rough is cut very short mostly only about 1 inch.
Bunkers have good sand and being one of the first groups they were still well groomed but still no rakes.
The first couple of greens were a little damp and slow but as things warmed up they ran medium quick and smooth. Very few ball marks to deal with. Seems like players here are doing a good job repairing them.
Pace was 4:10 even though we waited on a few holes. No cart service but the snack bars at the turn and at 15 are open. Did see a few groups sitting at the tables outside of the clubhouse when I left. They seemed to be very busy when I left with two courses here the parking lot was jammed.
I enjoy this track. The layout suits my game and offers enough variety to be interesting without any tricked out/blind holes.
I wanted to get in one more round before some finger surgery today and I found a 7:30 tee time for 12-16. Glad to report that this track has improved greatly since my last round here in early Oct.
Tee boxes were a mixed bag with some a little beat up and others fine. The fairways have good coverage and were cut just right to get some good rollout but still easy to hit from. There are some thin/dry spots but not bad. The rough is a little long in places and finding your ball required some work. There are some bare spots if you get too far off line.
The greens rolled medium speed and held shots well. The speed was a little inconsistent.
Bunkers are what I have come to expect during covid ,mostly thin and compacted without rakes.
Checkin was thru a window at the back of the shop. Range is open but practice green still closed. No cart today but snack bar window open at the turn cards only no cash accepted.
Overall a good round for a county course in winter. I cant play for two weeks but I will be back here in the new year.
I also played with the gurus here and had a great time with Johnny,Greg and Mike. We played in 4 hours with no waiting. I can concur with the other reviews that the Goose is in great shape for the middle of Dec. Tee boxes,fairways , rough all in great shape. Never had a bad lie and no problem finding a good spot to tee off. I was not in a bunker but they did look to be a little compacted and damp. I play here a couple of times a month and always enjoy the round because the staff are friendly and the conditions are some of the best around. The pace of play is never much more than 4 hours.
Played here 11-26 on a cool clear morning. Went as a single and was paired with a threesome of nice guys who had been members when it was private. They all lamented that how much the conditions have changed. Like the last review the fairways are dormant and hard and thin. It was almost better to be in the rough which was not too long and easy to hit from. The bunkers are typical covid conditions with no rakes and lots of footprints with the sand wet and compacted. The greens were soft and really need at cut and roll.
We were behind a foursome who were very slow players and we waited on almost every hole so it took 4 1/2 hours to finish.
Check in was quick. There was a hand written sign saying there was an extra charge if you wanted single rider carts. Did not see a drink cart so if you wanted something you had to go back to the clubhouse.
I don't think I will play here again until spring and the fairways come back.
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