Cheap and ok. Six pack cutie.
Played this course for the first time yesterday. The greens fee and a small bucket of balls cost $55. The two guys I was playing with were seniors and each paid about $10 less. The guy at the pro shop was very professional and even offered us a free cup of coffee.
The range was pretty nice, as were the putting and chipping greens.
When our tee time came up, they had added a fourth to our threesome, but let him keep a separate cart, which was cool. The course was in nice shape and has a good layout, with a couple of fun over-the-water shots and some aggressive dog-legs.
There wasn't any cart-service, which was a little disappointing, but the beer at the 19th hole was ice cold and the cheeseburger was excellent.
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Only $27 per person and we came on a Saturday.
It was 96 degrees today, but that's nobody's fault.
The cart lady was happy about giving us a cup of ice at least three times without complaining once.
We gave her a tip and she didn't take it at first, but we had to force it.
Course was pretty difficult with water on every third hole and lots of slopes.
I love how each green is surrounded by palm trees so you know where to aim.
Golf sheriffs totally cool, workers nice, no complaints except that it was a 45 minute drive from San Diego.
Keep up the good work.
For the $25 I paid for a full round of golf, I can't expect much better.
There are a few bits of maintenance required, like a few missing signs, and some trees that could use a little TLC, but overall, I like this place for the price, and will probably be back every so often.
If you are going to be really picky, then look elsewhere. If you want to have a relaxing day of golf, this place does the trick without breaking your wallet.
Ok course needs some water