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I played in a two-day tournament this week and it was held here. The staff was friendly and gave every player a free YLCC towel with our names monogrammed on them. Super nice! The driving range is nice but they do make you hit off mats, and being a boycotter of mats since I've had more than one friend get injured while hitting on them, I wasn't too pleased but they were in good quality so it was a little better than usual mats. The golf course is not terribly challenging but it's a fun one (meaning not too hard but a little tricky). The greens are the major challenge! They are SUPER...like SUPER DUPER fast. I play at Tustin Ranch regularly, which is known for their hard greens, and these were harder! It was a great course and if you ever have the chance to get on a private course like this, do it!
Of course I am a fan because my daughter played GREAT here today. It is a well-maintained private country club with tennis and swimming. The people that worked around the facility were very nice. My daughter says the greens are very fast. The do make you hit off mats at the driving range.
Came here to watch the state of the union. I left having experienced a wonderful cheese arrangement, some wonderful coffee, and some super tasty bbq chicken bites. I hear there's a golf course outside the clubhouse as well. Next time if I'm not distracted by tasty victuals, I'll check to verify this rumor.
I am not a member but had a chance to play here and was impressed. A fantastic layout. Not as challenging off the tee as others expressed, but the greens were testy. They looked slow but played fast and reading the break was paramount. Play here if invited, join if you can.
Challenging layout, no frills club. Greens can be so-so but don't pass up the chance to play here if you ever get the invite. Greens are poa anua grass and can be quite receptive. Par 5s are reachable. Most challlenging aspect of the course is your tee shots which in turn can make approach shots tough. The course is mature and trees have grown in so there is a premium on keeping it in play. The course is a relic in Orange County for being an old school equity ownership club.