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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
Cut DC Atomic Yellow Golf Balls
Bears & GK Towel
Garmin Approach 80
Last Updated: October 20, 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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Found a hot deal for $54 on 11/7 at 11:40pm. Decided to set up a gk match with Mark and could not have picked a better day. Clear 72° with a light bre... » More
Found a hot deal for $54 on 11/7 at 11:40pm. Decided to set up a gk match with Mark and could not have picked a better day. Clear 72° with a light breeze made for an epic day. I have played this course quite a bit over the years and will continue to make the trek down from OC as the conditions are still great year round.
When arriving Mark mentioned the putting green has been removed and there is now just a very small 5'x10' putting surface to practice on but they have a practice area on the other side of the parking lot that we didn't know about. Its ok because I knew coming in that there is nets to warm up and that's usually all I need. Conditions were better than expected yesterday and I was pleasantly surprised with how green the fairways were. They were cut short and were a touch firm allowing for maximum roll out on tee shots. There is a debate if they are painted or not. I could not tell even after examining my divots, they just looked so good and played very well. If they were painted then I want to hire their staff to paint my house! Greens were medium speed, lush, and super soft. Even greenside pitch marks were leaving marks but it looks like players were doing their part by fixing the divots. As noted in the previous review there were some footprints by the end of the day which made for some adventurous putting but nothing to really complain about. I was in three sand traps and the two greenside traps were fine but the fairway trap needed more sand. Rough is a mixed bag ranging from thick grass to bare dirt if you got too far offline. Tee boxes were fine except #9 that was almost completely bare, I hope they address that soon.
This track has a few target golf tee shots required but eases up as you near the green. At a total yardage of 5900 yards it can still eat your lunch and you can easily rack up a high score if you attempt to overpower it. Weaving in and above an old oak tree forest the views are arguably some of the best in San Diego. The staff here is fantastic especially the lady working at Stoney Mountain Bar and Grill. The vibe at the course is very laidback, for those who have played before they use to have an Alligator warning sign after hole 1 sadly that is gone but they now have a sign before the famous bridge saying smile for the camera as a nod to amusement parks, I just love the humor! Do yourself a favor and get out and play Mt. Woodson and smile for the camera!» Close
Was fortunate enough to receive a last minuet invite to play this exclusive private course. Guest rate is a whopping $200 but its very rare to get inv... » More
Was fortunate enough to receive a last minuet invite to play this exclusive private course. Guest rate is a whopping $200 but its very rare to get invites to play here so I had to jump on it. Getting into the community was a little slow as there was about 15 cars in line to get in but once in everything was smooth. We pulled up to the bag drop and the younger kids who worked at the course were very nice and directed us where to park and where to go once we checked in. The driving range is very large and has a nice chipping area. There where two staff members running around the range cleaning your clubs and helping you with anything you can think of. They even had a a few fitness machines to help you stretch out. There is a large putting green right next to the first tee and boy was it fast! The member we played with warned us that the course will be identical so that got us worried.
This Fazio design was built with one thing in mind....We dont care how much it cost just make it a course that nobody will forget. Well they succeeded in that, By far the most entertaining golf course I have played in a long time. The course reminds me of a tricked out Madera's with no homes on the course and beautiful views of the surrounding hills. Accuracy is key on this course because anything offline will find the brush and be gone. The greens are surrounded by sand traps and have multiple false edges to be aware of.
Course conditions were top notch all around yesterday. There are 5 sets of tee's to choose from and we ended up playing the blue tees. The boxes had good coverage and low cut grass no issues to bring up. Fairways were lush, fast, and like hitting off premium carpet. Full coverage and no brown or bare spots to be found. Rough was not very long and mostly lush unless you get too far offline. Sand traps were bright white and soft enough to hit any type of shot you want. I did find a handful of the 90 bunkers and 2 of them seemed to be a touch firm about 3/4 inch's below the surface but that was probably from the rain two days ago. Greens were absolutely diabolical! These large greens would hold high hit approaches but once on the surface they were the fastest greens I have every putted on. They are even faster than Barona! If you were above the hole it was nearly impossible to keep the ball close. I had a 4 putt from 10 feet because the first putt rolled out 30 feet! I gave it a perfect 10/10 on my ratings and I would dare anyone to to find something wrong with them.
As for the amenities they go above and beyond on every aspect. Carts are new lush EZ carts with the latest Visage Bluetooth GPS units. They had ball and club washers, coolers and even a trash receptacle. There was no cart girl but at the rest stations they had refrigerators with ice cold water, fruit, candy, and uncrustable PB&J's for free! If you have a chance to play this course I highly suggest you cancel any plans you have to play. You will not be disappointed.
Fun Fact- Its only a 150K initiation fee but you need a sponsor from the club to join!» Close
Found a 12:50 teeoff.com deal for $70 on Sat. I had never played Ojai Valley in so I decided to pull the trigger. I arrived around 12:15 and parking i... » More
Found a 12:50 teeoff.com deal for $70 on Sat. I had never played Ojai Valley in so I decided to pull the trigger. I arrived around 12:15 and parking is a little bit of an issue at the resort. I found a spot near the valet but had to walk quite a bit to the golf shop. There were shuttles around but I missed them. When I arrived at the starter he said that he wanted to send me out right away and I obliged. The range was open but off mats so I didn't mind not warming up. We started on hole 10 becauase of a tournament and I was not impressed for the first 4 holes. I thought it was just a basic course and nothing special. Then the rest of the course got into the trees, valleys, and canyons. Man were those holes spectacular.
Course was in good shape I would say its a 7/10. Greens were very nice and ran quick, there was a lot of unrepaired ball marks which is typical on a resort course. Dang rich people too lazy to fix their marks. Fairways were lush and cut short, mostly green with just a few browning patches here and there. Tee boxes were adequate but I noticed the blue and white tees were in the same area almost every hole. Sand was a dark brown color but very good. I had 3 plugged shots that really make you think when planning your approach to the greens. Fairways bunkers were a little firmer so no issues there. The there is the Rough and I can only think of one work for it Kikuyu!! Looks like they gave up fighting the kikuyu grass in the rough as a majority of the rough is nasty kikuyu. However it was all cut to normal length so as long as you knew what you were doing its a non issue.
Overall this is a wonderful resort and I would play here again if 1. I was in the area and 2. There was a deal. POP was around 4:45 waiting on almost every tee shot including 2 groups on each par 3. Carts are new with shar experience gps although both battery lights in our group started flashing on hole 16 so they barely make two rounds in a day. I recommend playing here if you have the chance but remember its a 3 hour drive back to OC.» Close
Joined the Gk'ers for a fun filled day on Sunday 10/17. It had been a while since I had been able to play out at the Quarry and the course was just as... » More
Joined the Gk'ers for a fun filled day on Sunday 10/17. It had been a while since I had been able to play out at the Quarry and the course was just as fun as I remembered. The course was carved out of an abandoned quarry and the designers had quite the imagination when creating the layout. The course has a great selection of holes and it never gets boring. Rolling elevations with well protected greens make for a tough track where accuracy is key.
The conditions were better than expected seeing's how they were ready to punch the greens as soon as we were done with the hole. We were told a head of time that they had stopped watering the course 5 days prior to us arriving but it was still in great shape. The fairways had good coverage and were firm and fast. I had great lies all day when I was in the fairway. Rough was also dry and quick which made it more important to keep it in the fairway because balls would roll through the rough and into the bushes. Sand traps were 50/50 depending on which one you hit. I was in one trap on 16 (originally 14) that had a ton of soft sand which was like walking on a beach. The other trap I was in didn't have a lot of sand and could use some TLC. Looks like they are selectively picking sand traps to renovate one at a time. Greens were actually in much better shape than expected they were soft yet fast. The amount of play in the morning definitely showed as it was starting to get bumpy by the time we came around. If I could pick any down side it would've been the tee boxes, they were scrappy and didn't have a ton of grass. however they are reseeding those during the maintenance period so it wont be an issue.
The staff was super nice even though there were about 30 minuets behind due to a few large groups going off. POP was very slow at 5.5hrs but we still had fun. Not sure why the driving range was closed but that was a bummer especially because it was the GK cup final and the competitors couldn't warm up. Carts are very nice and had the shark experience gps system which is a nice touch. This is definitely a course you need to play just to experience the layout out and test your luck on the signature par 3 16th.» Close
Booked a group for last Friday for a bachelor party. Most of the golfers in the group have never played anywhere nice so desert willow was a logical c... » More
Booked a group for last Friday for a bachelor party. Most of the golfers in the group have never played anywhere nice so desert willow was a logical choice. $55 on a Friday is totally worth it right now even though it was still over 100° this day. Check in was smooth and the cart guys prepped our carts and ice chests for the round. Course was fully sold out this day for both courses so the range was a little busy and POP was around 4:45 but never felt too slow.
Course is in good summer shape right now as previously reviewed a few weeks back. Tee boxes flat and many to choose from. Grass was lush and minimal divot damage. Fairways mostly lush with a few browning areas as they get ready for over seed in a few weeks. I never had a bad lie so no issues there. Sand was good and consistent in the 14 sand traps that I played from this day, fairways traps were a little more firm as expected and green side soft and easy to hit from. I did notice 2 traps where the liner is exposed on the lips so that will need a little TLC to fix. Greens were medium fast and a tad on the firmer side. They rolled smooth and held shots just fine. Rough was lush but had some bare spots here and there the farther offline you got.
Carts were nice with GPS, USB plug, ball/club washer and an cooler. Cart girl was around at least 5 times on the round and the on course restrooms had ice and water machines to keep you hydrated. Overall this is a must play course if in the desert area.» Close
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