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Los Angeles County; San Bernardino County; Riverside County; Orange County; San Diego County; Ventura County; Santa Barbara County; Monterey Bay Area; San Luis Obispo Area
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3/5 Wood TM RBZ Stage2 TP
Irons Cobra One Length F8
Wedges 54 Cleveland RTX4, 60 MacDaddy
Putter BioMech AcuLock
Last Updated: July 13, 2020
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Played Monday around 1000. Parking lot was crowded, but most must have gone off earlier because of the 99* day. Typical covid-19 procedures. Warm up n... » More
Played Monday around 1000. Parking lot was crowded, but most must have gone off earlier because of the 99* day. Typical covid-19 procedures. Warm up net (no range). However, I think they are trying to discourage using it as there were only a few balls there, and they were probably old shag balls some of the golfers had in their bags and donated after they used them to warm up. Only 2 golfers at a time allowed on practice green by #1. Course moved fairly well. Was a slow group about 3 in front of us who had a hole open the entire round. Finished in 4:10 anyway. This course plays like 2 different courses front to back, The front is tighter, and requires you to use good course management. Nice undulating greens that are surprisingly receptive considering the heat we're having. The first 3 holes on the back just grip it and rip it. Then the fun starts. From #13 to the finish, you have a series of fun/goofy holes, up and down the hills. The greens on a few of them are only missing a windmill and a clown's mouth. No flat spots, and the only straight putts you'll have are below the flag. But, that being said, that's what makes the course fun. It makes you think, occasionally takes the driver out of your hand and causes you to either love or hate it. The price is definitely right. As one of my playing partners says, "why do those guys hate this course? They can't break 90 anywhere, anyway. So to them, a golf course should be a place to play. The end." The course is in great shape comparatively speaking to every other time I've played it. I recommend it. Have a fun time.» Close
Played Monday 6-22. Course is in great condition. Tee boxes are lush, ball sits up perfectly in the fairway. Industry has been putting plenty of water... » More
Played Monday 6-22. Course is in great condition. Tee boxes are lush, ball sits up perfectly in the fairway. Industry has been putting plenty of water on this course. There are a few spots that are a little wetter than others, but anyone who plays here will be very happy with the conditions. Only Covid-19 restrictions limit this layout, ie, no cart girl, no water fountains, no ball washers. POP was a little slow, but the course was packed solid. The bunkers had no rakes and, as a result, there were a number of footprints to contend with. I suggest just placing your ball in a non-footprint area. They use inverted cup liners so the balls won't go deeply into the cup holes. This can sometimes result in putts popping out of the hole when they strike the liner. But, that doesn't happen too often. You won't find a public course in much better shape than The Babe is right now.» Close
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