Golf Club of California, Fallbrook
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Following a pleasant Sunday with friends at their place in Oceanside, we booked to play golf at noon at this course ... pro shop check in was "painless" (both friendly and professional), the course wa... read more »
I recently played this course and found it very challenging and a great course to play. This is a good course to practice your straight ball because it is best to hit them straight.
This course is a hidden jewel in North San Diego County. Even in winter it is in good shape and the course layout makes you play a great variety of shots. An enjoyable round of golf.
Played 9/3/16. Overall experience was just pretty average. Greens in very poor condition. Cart died on 14th hole so had to call pro shop to have a replacement sent out. On course directional signage poor resulting in us guessing where the next tee was on occasion. When will course superintendents understand that less sand in bunkers the better .. ?? They're not meant to be beaches. A very slow day with no offer by the foursome in front of us to play through. Only one restroom on the course. On course drinks cart didn't take credit card and the server suggested she would need to drive back to the clubhouse to swipe it ... Go figure!! Pro shop didn't ask, rather told us another player would be in our group. I had to politely decline as my round was for business. On the good side, pro shop staff member Mark, was helpful apart from above. Mizuno rental clubs were a good set, beautiful clubhouse and setting with picturesque 18th over water, really handy course guide included free with greens fees. Quite challenging course despite the greens and bunkers. Played Arrowood GC in Oceanside a few weeks earlier and it was a far superior experience. Suggest to consider spending the extra say $10 to $20 and play there instead.
This was once the premier course of North County San Diego. Still beautiful venue and great golf course but the drought has definitely had a big impact on this course. Everyone should play this one at least once beautiful views Vistas and good challenging holes of golf. You should try the Chicken Chopped Salad in the dining room.
Played golf on Sunday 3/13 great course, good spacing between tee offs. Well maintained and fun to play. Golf shop staff pleasant and friendly. Worth the price.....a hidden gem!
I'm an 8 hcp, and this was a challenging course. Target golf on every hole. Tight fairways, so I left the driver in the bag on majority of holes. Greens are running about a 12 on the stimp. Greens are very hard to read. They have a decent yardage book, but still didn't help as there were no 100 yard markers. Would hit 3 very good shots on a par 5 and walk away with bogey. Oh, and if you can't put spin on your chip shots, good luck. Other than some fluffy tee boxes, overall good course.
I enjoyed this course. The fairways and greens are in good condition. The fairways are narrow, so hit it straight. I don't recommend walking, getting from one hold to the next hole is a long cart ride away. I would probably give it 5 stars, but it's a little expensive and very slow paced.
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