3 Helpful / 2 Not
- Nice flow
- Great locals
- Bathroom / water on site
- BBQ pits
- Ample parking
- Easy navigation
- Good use of minimal elevation
- Shade for those HOT days
- Tons of pin locations
- Nice teepads
- Some overlap / crossing fairway
- Oppressively HOT in the summer
- Tons of black ace potential
- Not the best signage
Even though this course isn't a long one the Oak trees and slight elevation make it a fun and semi challenging play. I always make the effort to stop and play when I commute from SF to LA. If you're driving along the 101 and want to take a break this is the place.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 2 Not
Half strong/ Half not so strong
Pros: The first few holes start of really decent, and then you start to get a glimpse of some of the poor placements.
Hole 5 is a pretty awesome long down hill shot, must keep your disc long and turning right.
Cons: A number of really poor pin placements (at least in the pins that they were in currently). A number of holes were in really really absurd locations when there was a number of better places for the pins to go.
Lots of repetition. Course crosses a valley and at least 4 holes were basically the same hole playing across the valley with 4 pins within about 100 feet up the hill side.
Tee signs are near useless they show a very rough distance usually incorrect (possibly do to multiple pins), and they either show a right turn, left turn, or straight arrow.... no map at all.
Other Thoughts: Quite dry in the summer, however most the weeds have been maintained and kept well. Fairly easy to get around.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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