Great fun course to play. Great views of the bay wildlife on course. The greens are the great defender of the course takes a few time to get them down. Just go out and have a great time
Scenic golf course surrounded by trees and Morro Bay and the Pacific Ocean views. Not a difficult course for low handicap players as the course is fairly wide and short. Putting was probably the most difficult part of the course. Fairly fast greens with grass orientation seeming to play more of a role in the ball path than we were used to. Midday rates are a bargain if you don't need to play first thing in the am. Would definitely recommend a round here if you're staying in the area!
If you're looking for a championship length golf course, this place isn't for you. If you're looking for a fun round of golf on a course with great greens, lush fairways, and impeccable views: THIS PLACE IS FOR YOU!
I play here every Thanksgiving morning and couldn't think of something I would rather be doing. This is course is great! The front nine has some remarkable views of the bay. The entire course is surrounded by well established Eucalyptus trees. Watch out for the ice plant on a few holes! That stuff will eat your ball alive. (Definitely think that they should remove it as it is non-native and just a pain to deal with when playing golf).
They're not set up as a practice facility, however. Small driving range...just big enough to warm up before playing golf, though.
If you're in the Morro Bay/Los Osos/San Luis Obispo area and want to get out for a beautiful round of golf with some great views, this place is for you!
A really nice course with fantastic views. The ruff can cause serious difficulty and there are some fairways that slope and you have to play the slope, the fast greens that will require a few rounds before you understand and buy into the breaks. They will always break towards the nine sisters (the MB rocks) Putting towards the nine sisters will be extremely fast. Bottom line. .....whenever putting towards water it'll be fast!!!!!!!
My only complaint is the staff at the restaurant; good food but the staff at the counter could use a lesson in customer service
We were staying at the Inn at Morro Bay across the street for my brother's wedding and decided to stop here for a beer or two (we greatly surpassed that). From what I saw, the golf course looked beautiful and would have been fun to golf on (I'm an amateur and felt comfortable enough to want to try golfing, but alas we didn't have time). We did, however, stop by the bar for some libations. What started as a pitcher of 805 and of the other one (I can't remember) turned into three pitchers of each and several rounds of Yukon Jack shots. It was a nice family bonding experience before the wedding, especially as we stumbled back to the hotel (cars safely stowed at the golf course). I would love to stop by again for a game and for a more accurate rating. Three stars because the bar wasn't bad and the view was great, I just didn't explore enough.