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Played in the first ever Moose/GK Private event at Wood Ranch CC. Rode the Blues with David, Jeff, and Jacky from the Oxnard area. A great group to be... » More
Played in the first ever Moose/GK Private event at Wood Ranch CC. Rode the Blues with David, Jeff, and Jacky from the Oxnard area. A great group to be part of, and we started on the challenging 17th, a long par-3 up the hill. We finished the round in a little over 5 hrs but it didn't feel that long. It was an enjoyable experience, and we should be excited for more of these awesome opportunities from GK/Moose(thank you Johnny).
Wood Ranch has been on my bucket list for awhile. I looked into a membership here right before the pandemic. I believe this course would be a good private course to join if that is what you are looking for. They are currently taking new members according to the pro in the shop, and unless a lot has changed, I feel like this is a very reasonable membership fee.
The course is challenging and long. The type of course you could play over and over and still feel the challenge. The greens are really good, fast and challenging. The fairways were awesome, and the tee boxes were level and ideal. The rough was cut short, but if this course wanted to up the challenge it would not be hard for them to create a tournament level course. Fun day, awesome course, highly recommend it.» Close
Was able to get out early today at Camarillo Springs. Rode the blues with two young men from New York, excellent partners on a Saturday morning. Finis... » More
Was able to get out early today at Camarillo Springs. Rode the blues with two young men from New York, excellent partners on a Saturday morning. Finished in just about 4 hrs. A humid and calm morning, turned out to be much better than expected. In terms of conditions, this course is in better shape than the last time I played her a few months ago. The Tee boxes are bad, they are level but there is not much grass to hit from. The fairways are hit and miss, most of time you get a good lie, every once in awhile you might find some dry patches but it's playable. The rough is basically non-existent unless you are around the greens. The greens are soft and receptive, yet kept their speed. This was a decent surprise, as I thought this place was just going to quit on itself and fall apart. When I checked in the clubhouse starter explained that the city will vote in a few months as what they plan on doing with the property. It may in the end be saved as an 18 hole course. It might go to a 12 hole course with new housing, or it might get even worse and close for good. If you want to get out for one last round, now is the time. There were lots of people playing out there today, that is a positive.» Close
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