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California Oaks Golf Course
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40603 Colony Dr Murrieta, CA 92562
40603 Colony DrUSCAMurrieta92562
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People talk about pga professional, good shape, tee times, bunkers and pro shop
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James Rulofondo
reviewed 5 months ago
Well where to start? First the staff was not very pleasant, I think I was holding them up from something, not sure what since the clubhouse looked horrible and was ill stocked. Two stars: One for the price, very cheap but Sun Citys course is cheaper and in better condition. One for the food, not to bad, pleasant bartender. The rest: Greens are SLOW, wow, could not make a put. A few holes were lengthened to make par 5 or 4s, so the Tee shots are VERY hard, little window to get through and then into trees in the middle of the farway... Fairways are beat up, there are a few nice ones, but most are chopped up really bad. Bunkers are more like concrete. a couple of nice ones but most are hardpan. Finish the round on 18 where half the green is covered in duck poo... YUK!
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Jim Wilson
reviewed 12 months ago
Was up here visiting from San Diego and a buddy and I tried the food once after a long day on the course playing a full 18, not a fan. It is the most reasonably priced golf course around though. It is true that you can lose a lot of balls if you do not drive straight but that comes with the game. I can not remember if it is hole 1 or two, I think it was two but there is a bunker off to the left hand side. My drive landed me near the green in the deep part of the bunker. I hit a blind bunker shot onto the green to get birdie, by far one of my best shots I have ever taken so I have fond memories of this place. I like how the course has a restroom part of the way through so you don't have to go all the way back to the clubhouse. Good place to learn to play golf and have a good time. Really well priced.
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Chad Kirst
reviewed a year ago
A Cheap but nice public golf course. If you want to play golf with a cart on a regular basis but need to do so on a budget this is the place to go.
Paddy Cwell
reviewed 9 months ago
Played it today, 7/5/13, and this is probably the worst kept course in SoCal. If you like extremely slow greens that roll about a 3 or 4 on the stimp, weeds growing in the unraked bunkers, holes cut into the green so bad that the flag slants sideways, cups so rounded that the hole is half the size of a regulation cup, divots on the tee boxes so deep you either have a slight up hill lie or a down hill lie... but hey, like Jim said, there are restrooms out there... I payed $25 to play and feel ripped off. They'd have to pay me to play there again. The only bright spot in the entire place is the nice guy working the pro shop.
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Chen Chu
reviewed a year ago
This course like Gem, it has one of the most beautiful green in Riverside/San Diego Counties. It is located off I-15 and I-215 with lakes and creeks and mountain on the background. Most for all, the price is very reasonably. We got Groupon two for $69 offer, and very pleased with the course, food and service. Both our score improve dramatically after the complimentary golf clinic offered by one of the PGA Pro. This course is considered short and challenging. Prepare to lots balls on your first visit. It is quite open so fast player can finish the game in 3.5 hours. I loved the #7 with lots of trees make it very unique signature hole. This course is designed with nature topography with lots scenery. You would enjoy just like us. Go play it!
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
Played here for the first time today after living across the street for the past few years, I was cool and overcast and I walked right on. Course is pretty short but still challenging. Very narrow with lots of houses, trees and brush. You must hit the fairway or you will be penalized, if you are a wild driver of the ball you will hit a house and loose plenty of balls. lots of blind shots which I do not like, for the first time player it takes time to learn the course or the blind shots will get you. Overall not a bad deal for the price. If your long and straight you should have a fairly easy time, greens were in good shape. Whoever designed #7 was insane, I think a pro would suffer on that whole.
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