My local spot. The course is always in rough shape, tee boxes are usually in disrepair, hard to find even footing. The driving range is the best part by far, they always have grass and turf! You can choose. The water buckets with brushes is a nice addition.
The bottom line is you get what you pay for. A $9 round of golf looks like Twin Lakes. But the $10 bucket won't dissapoint.
Needed a place to practice and turns out this place has a nice range except that it faces west and the sun gets in your eyes in the evening... that's the only bad part. $10 for a lg bucket
Thought I'd sneak in 9 holes this morning. Should have just gone to a driving range. This place is an embarrassment for the sport.
1. There might have been 2 holes with distance signs. Every other hole was "use your best guess."
2. There are no ball washers.
3. The fairways and roughs are, well, very rough.
4. The tee boxes are poorly maintained.
On the positive, you are teeing off on the ground (no mats) and there are a few "fun" hazards.
When I'm in Santa Barbara and only have time for 9 holes, this is my course of choice. I try to take advantage of the Early Bird Special- 7-9 am for $ 8.00- as frequently as possible. The greens and fairways are well maintained, but the bunkers can be a little "solid" at times. They also have a great driving range with both grass and mat options. A bucket of balls will run between $5.00 and $13.00 and range from quantities of 35 to 140. I say go for the gusto and smack the tar out of as many balls as possible.