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Where Matt Pisarski Plays Golf
Los Angeles County; San Bernardino County; Riverside County; Palm Springs Area; Orange County; San Diego County; Ventura County; Santa Barbara County; Sacramento Area; Monterey Bay Area; Santa Cruz Area; San Luis Obispo Area; Las Vegas Area; Mesquite/St.George Area; Laughlin/Bullhead City; Phoenix Area; Western Arizona; Northern Arizona; Eastern Arizona; Colorado; Northwest Coastal; Southwest Coastal; Dallas/Fort Worth Area; Austin Area; Seattle/Tacoma/Bremerton; Vancouver/Southwest; Spokane/Eastern; * Other
What's in Matt Pisarski's Golf Bag
UPDATED AFTER CLUBS STOLEN IN FEBRUARY 2019
Taylormade Sim Max USA Edition
Taylormade Sim 3wd
Callaway GBB Hybrid
Taylormade M6 4-AW
54º Callaway MD4
58º Callaway MD4
Odyssey Exo 7 putter
Crome Softs or OnCore
Bears & GK Towel
Garmin Approach 80
Last Updated: December 30, 2021
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I love to play whenever I can and I love to play new courses. Please laugh at my terrible shots because I know I will.
Chuck Norris once Duffed a shot in Arizona and now we have the Grand Canyon
SO why does the golfer carry two shirts? In case he gets a hole in one.
What should you do if you're golfing near lightning? Hold your 2-iron in the air, because not even God can hit a 2-iron.
How do you know a golfer is cheating on his wife? He always puts his driver in the wrong bag.
How do you "Tiger" proof a golf course? By strategically placing fire hydrants.
Why are golf and sex so similar? They are the two things you can thoroughly enjoy even though you are really bad at them.
If you think it's hard to meet new people, pick up the wrong golf ball on the course sometime.
What's the difference between a golf ball and a Nissan? A golf ball can be driven 300 yards.
What do you do after a round of 18 on a hot sunny day? Wash your balls.
Do you know why the game is called golf? Because all the other four letter words were taken.
It's not the size of your putter that counts, its how many strokes you take.
A wife walked into the bedroom and found her husband in bed with his golf clubs. Seeing the astonished look on her face, he calmly said, "Well, you said I had to choose, right?"
If the point of golf is to hit the ball less, then do I win if I don't play at all?
Why don't golfers in England work in the afternoon? Because it would interrupt their tea time.
What does a golfer do on his day off? Putter Around.
Why do golfers put minus signs in front of their scores? Because subtraction speaks louder than words.
What did the duck say to the golf ball? Nothing it should have ducked.
Why did the blonde golfing pro cheat on his wife? Because he thought every day he needed to play around.
What did the golfer say after performing yoga? "Damn, my shaft is all bent."
What did the Mormon say to his golfing buddies? After 18 holes, I can barely walk.
Golf: a game where you yell fore, you get six, and you write five.
Mulligans are the reason golf balls come three to a sleeve.
"There are two things you can do with your head down, play golf and pray." -Lee Trevino
"Golf is my profession. Show Business is just to pay the greens fees." -Bob Hope
"You think so much of your old golf game that you don't even remember when we were married," said the pouting wife. "Of course I do, my dear -- it was the day I sank that thirty-foot putt."
Which is the easiest golf stroke? The fourth putt!
Three guys, a teenager, his father and his grandfather go out to play a round of golf. Just before the son is ready to tee off, this fine looking woman walks up carrying her clubs. She says her partner didn't show and asks if she can join them. The guys say sure, since she is quite a beautiful woman. The lady turns to the three of them and says, "I don't care what the three of you do, cuss, smoke, chew, spit, fart or whatever. Just don't try to coach me on my game". The guys say okay and ask if she would like to tee off first. All eyes are on her ass as her skirt rides up when she bends over to place the ball. She then proceeds to knock the hell out of the ball right up the middle. She just starts pounding these guys, paring every hole. They get to the 18th and she has a 12-foot putt for par. She turns around and says, "You guys have done a great job at not trying to coach me on my game. I've never shot par before, and I'm going to ask your opinions on this putt. Now if any of your opinions help me make the putt, I will give that guy a blow job he will never forget. " The guys think, 'what a deal!' The kid walks over, eyes up the putt for a couple of minutes, and finally says, "Lady, aim that putt six inches to the right of the hole. The ball will break left 12 inches from the hole and go in the cup." The father walks up and says, "Don't listen to the youngster, aim 12 inches to the right and the ball will break left 2 feet from the hole and fall into the cup." The grandpa looks at both of them in disgust, walks over picking up the ball, drops it into the cup, unzips his fly and says "That's a Gimme."
Golf Cart A man during his married years overturned his golf cart and a blonde said to him come to my place and rest. She was quite convincing and then took her clothes off once there. And he said "I don't think my wife is going to like this." And she answered "She will never know." He said "That's not the problem she's still under cart."
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Finally used up my Golf Moose Certificates and pulled the trigger on Desert Island (previously S at Ranch Mirage). We secured a 7:50 tee time and arri... » More
Finally used up my Golf Moose Certificates and pulled the trigger on Desert Island (previously S at Ranch Mirage). We secured a 7:50 tee time and arrived in time to use the small practice areas. The driving range was moved up but even if the tee's were at the back its only 250 yards. The lady in the pro shop was very nice and let us know that there was going to be nobody in front of us so we could tee off when ready. With that being said we played in less than 2.5 hours only waiting on 17 when we ran into a single who was fishing golf balls out of the water.
We didnt know what to expect for conditions as the last review was in June but when we arrived we saw immaculate fairways and greens and it stayed that way throughout the day. Tee boxes were flat and had plenty of grass to hit from. They did need to move the par three boxes as they were a little chewed up. Fairways were carpet like cut a little shorter allowing maximum roll. If you have never played here one of the instructions from the course is to pick up all of your divots and put them in the driver side cooler. This gives the fairways a very clean look overall, I think more courses need to do this. Rough was mostly lush with a few areas looking like the overseed didn't take well and the dormant Bermuda poking through but these were few and far between. Sand traps were just ok, two fairway traps were too firm for my liking. The greenside traps were better with soft sand that was easy to plug into them. Greens were fantastic with the exception of one which had some patches that were recently repaired. They were slightly on the soft side yet very quick. I seem to over-read putts all day it just looked like more break than there actually was.
I really enjoyed this course layout. Its very demanding off the tee with either large trees, Water, of OB tightening your tee shots all day. The Par 3's are all unique and run 150-200 yards. Carts are basic with no GPS but they get the job done. Cart girl was around if needed and there was 2 marshals out and about picking up divots that were left behind. Its nice to see the staff really take care of their course. I will definitely be playing here again. Especially with the golf moose deal at $170 for 2 players including free replay.» Close
Booked a deal time for 12/30 on a cold 46° day with 10-15 mph winds. Our tee time was at noon but we arrived early as the tee sheet seemed light befor... » More
Booked a deal time for 12/30 on a cold 46° day with 10-15 mph winds. Our tee time was at noon but we arrived early as the tee sheet seemed light before our time hoping to get out early. Staff at the pro shop were very nice and said to talk to the starter about getting out early. Sadly the starter was very grumpy and said no unless we paid more money for the earlier time. (fun fact it was the same price we paid) We decided to hit the range instead for a proper warm up. We got back to the tee 30 minuets before our tee time and there was a different starter who was very friendly this time around and sent us on our way.
Course conditions are fantastic right now especially for how cold and rainy it had been the last few weeks. Tee boxes were level and had good coverage, although 2 of the par three boxes need to be moved due to divots. Fairways were lush and cut tight allowing for maximum roll out. Talking to the grounds crew it was the first day they could mow the grass in a week due to the rain. It played fantastic and had nice mower lines to look at. Rough was lush and not overly penal this time around. Sand was good in the few that I found but still a little wet. Then there is the greens...... Firm, Fast, and Furious! The greens were very firm today and very quick to play on. It took a few holes to figure out that everything needs to be played to the front of the greens as there was a lot of roll out on mid-long iron shots. If you can really sin the ball you had some hope on chip shots and short irons but overall it was a fun day on he greens.
I think Snow if my favorite layout of the 3 courses out here at Paiute. Its just a nice mix of holes and never feels repetitive. Holes 9 and 18 and beautiful as well, playing right next to the beautiful clubhouse. The course has nice Carts with GPS units. We saw the beverage cart a few times but they were out of coffee on this cold and blustery day! Overall this course is a must play and I highly recommend playing here on your trips to Vegas.» Close
Found a teeoff.com deal for the 31st so my cousin and I decided to head out. This course is 1 hour from the Las Vegas area and was a planned master co... » More
Found a teeoff.com deal for the 31st so my cousin and I decided to head out. This course is 1 hour from the Las Vegas area and was a planned master community with up to 7 golf courses planned before the recession in 2008. Sadly only the Jack Nicklaus course was the only thing to be built before then. However this course is fantastic and a great pleasure to play. Check in was easy and the staff was super friendly. When in the pro shop there is a model of the first two courses that were going to be opened the 2nd one being a Nicklaus/Dye coo-design which you can see some of the moved dirt when making the trek to the practice area before they scrapped the plans. The Practice area and 1st tees are a little far from the Club house as they were going to build a massive duel clubhouse near the practice area serving both courses. This practice area is very large and has any type of warm up area you can think of to prep for your round.
Course conditions are in great shape for how cold and wet it has been over the last three week. Tee boxes are all level and lush, I did notice one par three was a little chewed up but not a big issue. Fairways were lush and cut relatively low providing ample roll on most shots, this however made accuracy key as there are bunkers and lakes everywhere that can mess with your sanity during the round. Sand traps were hit or miss, I was in two green side traps that had soft sand but the carpet liner was coming up all around it and caused some issues. Fairways bunkers are on the firmer side but were nice to play from. Rough was cut short around all hazards and would not stop your ball from falling/rolling into the lakes and traps. Greens were the highlight of the round. They were as lush as can be, soft yet quick on speed and just a pleasure to putt on.
This Layout is a lot of fun to play with each hole being different from the last you never get bored. If you get car sick you wont have fun driving down the fairways as every hole has rolling mounds throughout the fairways leaving fun lies and just an overall entertaining day. There is a solid mix of holes with water, desert scape, sand traps, and native bushes. They have very nice gas carts but no GPS on them. We saw the cart girl often and she had warm hot dogs that were fantastic during our 5 minuet rain delay. Over all I highly recommend playing here if you get the chance.» Close
Played in the Gk event yesterday. this year we booked an AIRBNB on the course which made the round much more enjoyable as we didn't have the 3hour dri... » More
Played in the Gk event yesterday. this year we booked an AIRBNB on the course which made the round much more enjoyable as we didn't have the 3hour drive before the round. Upon arrival the staff was very friendly and helped get everything loaded on the carts. We hit the bar first and they made us d%mn good John Daly's.
As expected the course was in great shape overall. Tee's level and had full coverage. Fairways were lush but there were a few spots with new sod layed out and marked as GUR. I didn't encounter any of these issues but I would say at least 8 holes had some GUR. Rough was lush but not overly penal to hit from. Sand traps were great and had ample sand in the green side bunkers. Greens were in really good condition with the exception of one on the back nine where there was basically a hole in the front of the green. Not sure what caused it but it was in the way with any shots on the front of the green.
We saw the cart girl on 5 and 9 and then at the Ram Shack on 14 they were giving away FREE TACOS!! They were quite tasty as well. After the round they gave us their Awesome Carmel apple cookies and brisket sandwiches. If you have not played Rams Hill I suggest getting out there this year. Rates go up January first so make sure to get out there soon. especially because they have been ranked in the Golf Digest Top 100 this year.» Close
Joined up with some GK'ers yesterday out at San Vicente Resort. We were looking for a place to play before heading to Rams hill the next day and this ... » More
Joined up with some GK'ers yesterday out at San Vicente Resort. We were looking for a place to play before heading to Rams hill the next day and this was a great choice. We had 7:40 and 7:50 tee times but it was a very cold morning and we ended up having a 2 hour frost delay. The staff was very friendly and handled the situation very well. Instead of doing a shotgun start they just pushed everyone back 2 hours so we assumed the course was going to be slow but that was not the case. We zipped around the course in under 4 hours which was great.
Course is still in good shape overall. The Greens were the highlight of the day lush, firm and fast all day. I bid you good luck if you leave the ball above the hole. Just look at my 4 putt double bogey on hole 2! Well hit approaches will stick to the green but anything coming in low would mostly roll off the greens. The fairways had full coverage but were mostly dormant and cut low. The tight lies caused some havoc in our group but it was still very playable. Rough was cut to the same length as the fairway with the exception of a few areas around the hazards. This also caused issues as balls that rolled off the green usually kept rolling to the low spots. The 3 bunkers I had had very soft sand and was just a pleasure to play from. The Tee boxes were probably the lowest point of the round and could use a little TLC all of them were level but not a ton of grass. I Noticed a few boxes had some new Sod so maybe they are already working on it.
I really enjoy they layout of this course as no two holes are the same. the par 3's are all different lengths which is a big plus in my book. The greens are the highlight of the course architecture they were completely redone prior to them reopening last year. Massive undulations and a lot of places to put the pins make for a different experience every time you play. Carts are basic but do have a GPS that gives you Front, Center, and Back yardages. Lastly the Staff here is by far the friendliest group of people I have encountered on a golf course, They go over the top to help you with anything you can think of. With the exception of no cart girl this day :)
I highly recommend playing here if you get the chance.» Close
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