2 Helpful / 0 Not
Hot even in early April
Pros: The cement tee pads are some of nicest I have played on, very long and wide. The sign post are great, they show an actual picture with dots where the pins are located. Makes easy to find the pin location from three tee pads. The only thing missing from the signs is some way to tell which placement the pin is in. But you can see most the pis front the tee pads. The locals are very friendly here.
Cons: Hot and dusty. This course needs to be played early in the morning to beat the heat. The holes are fairly short and straightforward.
Other Thoughts: I had fun playing this course but not sure I would come back to play it again.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Less than enjoyable conditions
Pros: -Good hole variation
-Would probably have enjoyed this course more if not in Fresno
Cons: -Poor terrain (all sand/dirt)
-Poor terrain variation (see above)
-Poor air quality in Fresno
-Rolled ankle on one of the many many depressions in the ground
-Was hotter than blazes!
Other Thoughts: If this course was moved to a more temperate area with better air quality, the score would be bumped up maybe a whole point.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Decent, Nothing Exceptional
• Course is separate from other areas of the park
• Decent layout, but the landscape precludes having much variety
• $5 park entry fee
• Course layout can be confusing
• Some needless backtracking on a number of holes
• The hole 1 tee and kiosk are difficult to find for first-timers
Other Thoughts: Decent course, but nothing unique. If you are in the area, there's no other options.
Fresno was so hot the day we played, we kind of rushed through the course but still enjoyed the round.
Pretty much a flat landscape, so not much in the way of hole variety but the designers did well with what they had to work with.
The course was kind of confusing at certain holes, and some of them just backtracked for no reason, seeing as how they had a wide-open area to work with.
Not worth a specific trip to play, but if you are in the area or passing through as I was, worth a quick round.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 2 Not
HOT HOT HEAT!
Pros: Good mixture of long and short holes. Beautiful desert setting. I can throw 75 feet further in Cali than I can in Kentucky. :)
Cons: There is NO shade on this course and on a 100 degree day in the Deserts of California you may not even realize how hot you're getting. My black Aviars didn't stand a chance. Most shots are just straight out in front of you with maybe some rolling hills or a few bushs or tree in the way. There really isn't a lot of variation on left to right OR up and down. Elevation wasn't really utilized. It seems that you're mostly throw straight and flat. There ARE some rolling hills on the course but it seems that walking them is the only way they come into effect.
Other Thoughts: It's a fun course but I wouldn't recomend it in the summertime and I wouldn't drive from to far out of my way to play it.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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