"Pick it up for quad"
41 years old
Kevin Eng's Golf Statistics
|Available to Play Golf:
||Will Ride or Walk|
|Smokes (while golfing):
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||Palmer Course- Turtle Bay|
Where Kevin Eng Plays Golf
Los Angeles County; San Bernardino County; Riverside County; Palm Springs Area; Orange County; San Diego County; Ventura County; Santa Barbara County; San Luis Obispo Area; Las Vegas Area; Mesquite/St.George Area; Laughlin/Bullhead City; Phoenix Area; Western Arizona; Northern Arizona
What's in Kevin Eng's Golf Bag
Driver: Titleist 913D2
3 Wood: Taylor Made Aeroburner TP
Hybrid: Titleist 910H
Irons: Titleist TMB 4-9
Wedges: Titleist Vokey
Putter: Scotty Cameron Pro Platinum Newport II
Last Updated: July 13, 2020
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Kevin Eng's Golf Course Reviews
I was able to get out to LR yesterday for the first time in a couple of years and the first time in the winter. The course is in great shape for winte... » More
I was able to get out to LR yesterday for the first time in a couple of years and the first time in the winter. The course is in great shape for winter. Dormant bermuda roughs frame the deep green fairways spectacularly. If you haven't been here in a while, there have been some changes of note due to Covid. The golf shop is no longer in the main clubhouse building up top. Instead, it's been moved next to the snack bar right next to the range, putting green, and 1st hole. From a golf operational standpoint it makes a lot of sense for them. The only downside is they lost a lot of size and wow factor when you arrive since the new shop is smaller and darker but gets the job done quite nicely.
Course conditions were great throughout. Tees are lush and level. All you could want. Fairways have full coverage and provide a really nice hitting surface. The rough is mostly dormant bermuda however, since it's slightly warmer in Laughlin at night vs. Vegas, the bermuda is still hanging on for dear life in some spots which can lead to some fluffy lies. I was in a few too many bunkers but all were very good. Greens were awesome! Rolling at medium fast speed, holding shots, and little to no ball marks! This was my 3rd time playing LR but the first time that the wind was really blowing. It was a consistent 25-30mph all day. That made the course play LONG! It was unrelenting but fun in a masochistic kinda way lol.
Single or double rider carts were at the disrection of the golfers. Snack shack was closed by 1pm but the restaurant was full service and open at the clubhouse after the round. Gas carts are still in good shape but word on the street is that they'll soon be replaced by a new fleet of lithium ion carts. I sure hope Troon is buying the largest capacity batteries considering how hilly and large the property is. I can't see those electric carts lasting more than 27 holes max. I love this place and am looking forward to my next visit already!» Close
Played Mojave yesterday with Johnny, Rob, & John and had an absolute blast. I don't get to play as much as I want any more so it was awesome to hang o... » More
Played Mojave yesterday with Johnny, Rob, & John and had an absolute blast. I don't get to play as much as I want any more so it was awesome to hang out with the fellas. It was my first time playing Mojave and I heard all about the nightmarish summer Bermuda rough. Thankfully, it's winter now and the bermuda is dormant and does a wonderful job of framing the lush deep green overseeded fairways. I would say that all aspects of the course are in good to very good winter conditions. Yellow tees have full coverage although some are slightly unlevel. Not a big deal at all. Rough as mentioned is dormant bermuda and not penal except for some bunker surrounds. I was in several bunkers and and found them all to be playable with a good amount of sand. Fairways were very nice overseeded Rye and provided a great hitting surface. Greens were firm but receptive. They rolled slower than they looked but were consistent and true. Some of the pins were in some "fun" locations yesterday lol.
Service was minimal but friendly. The usual in the Covid world of golf. I found the course to be quite visually deceiving. The distances to fairway bunkers, doglegs, and end of fairways had our group scratching our heads several times throughout the round. But it was a really fun time and I would love to play here again. Thank you boys for the fun and laughs and thank you Johnny as always for setting it up and all that you do!» Close
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