0 Helpful / 6 Not
Pros: Beautiful views. Wonderful use of hilly terrain and water hazards.
Cons: Much of the course was unplayable because of overcrowding from picnickers. Skipped some holes altogether. Others, I had to play a layup drive and then throw an approach.
Other Thoughts: Don't go on weekends or holidays.
0 of 6 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Decent mix of long crushes and short finesse shots with some well defined fairways and nice elevation changes. The lake comes into play and there is plenty of road OB that rewards well placed shots. The park is set in the foothills with wonderful views of snow capped mountains (at least today). Fairly easy to follow, even without tee signs. There are alternate pins on some of the holes, and I hear there may be some alternate tees for tournament play.
Cons: The layout we played today had several repetitive holes (1,2,19) and there were some missed opportunities for par 4 golf (for example holes 2 and 17). My partner (Snapper Pierson) shot -11 in our third round today, so the SoCal duece or die mentality prevails. The layout hiccups at hole 16, an uphill shot followed by a downhill walk essentially back to the tee pad, which begs the question, why 19 holes with this "connector" type hole?
Other Thoughts: A $5 entry fee during the week and $7 on the weekend. This course is fun to play, especially if you like throwing line drive laser shots. We drove 120 miles each way to check out the course, and I was not disappointed.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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