Hidden Valley Country Club | Hidden Valley

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It was nice to play this course again and glad to see it is improving from my last time played last year. The fairways were nice and green with grass, but they could've used a cut. The greens were receptive and rolled nice. Some of the greens did have some issues with crabgrass, but it didn't effect the roll. The bunkers had some nice sand and got out nicely from them, but needed to be raked and dressed up a bit. All in all I enjoyed this round and told my friends of the nice improvements there. Look forward to coming back later.

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Not the nicest course but for $14, you really get what you pay for. Amazingly, most greens were in amazing condition. Almost zero sand on the greens but tons of weeds. Fairways were............. not really existent. Some teeboxes were fine. Super friendly staff. Decently challenging course, accounting for the conditions

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It was a cow pasture on the fairways and a lot of hard pan. Staff was super friendly !

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Played with my father early in the morning. After all the rain, the course was very soft and receptive. Tee boxes were in good shape for the most part. Fairways needed to be mowed, but couldn't because of so much rain the week before (We played lift-clean-and-place bc of soggy turf). Fridge was in great shape. Greens rolled truer than I expected (still didn't make a lot of putts though - not the courses fault ha). Greens also accepted approach shots well with minimal roll-out if you spin it some or hit it high. As the sun got higher, they began to dry out as expected. Warning: Don't hit it in the bunkers! Most were filled with water and had compacted sand.

Off the tee, the course demands quality tee shots. Luckily the rough isn't too thick so if you do push one right or have the occasional duck-hook, you'll be able to make a strong approach. #7 is still in poor shape and may need a buried pipe or two before the issue is resolved. Tons of elevation change and dog legs, so be prepared for a challenge!
Worth the $18/player but wouldn't pay more than$25 until improvements are made.

Overall, I was pleased and will probably go back in the fall when it cools down.

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Lots is recent rain has improved fairways and greens at Hidden Valley. Still rough on some holes but better than rounds earlier this summer. Still a good place to play with good prices on Golf Now Hot Deals. Never crowded so you can play without waiting on holes

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