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Sandpiper Golf Club, Goleta
(3.9/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This place is great! So many ocean holes. It's kind of a Torrey Pines style course, but more ocean. For women, I think it's pretty dang hard (5600 distance I think), and you aren't getting much advant...  more »
  • I didn't feel there was anything special about this course. It wasn't in good condition, although the greens were. It could be due to it being in June? Off season? I am not sure. 
  • There is a reason they call this little Pebble Beach. The course was well manicured, challenging and interesting and a lot of fun. My only complaint is that the carts do not have sandwiches or other f...  more »
Google
  • Pricey but the holes on the cliffs above the Pacific are dazzling, as well as challenging. The first few holes aren't terrible interesting, but after that it's like playing in the clouds and it's hard to have a bad day no matter what you're shooting.
  • Beautiful, by the Ocean. Course in a good condition with fast greens (June 2016).
  • This has to be one of the best public courses around. Hole 11 is absolutley amazing but very difficult with the wind. So enjoyable, the views are almost distracting!
  • A crappy muni in an awesome location. Not worth the retail rates by any measure. The course is in really poor condition. Fairways are muddy, spotty and a mix of dead grasses and lush pockets. Apparently they have water as there is mud and puddles all over but the fairways, bunkers and tee boxes are a mess. Sandpiper has really gone down hill in the last few years. This could be such a spectacular course with better care. Instead, its a waste of a great location. Hopefully they'll get their act together and hire some good agronomists and management as its really disappointing to have such potential falling by the wayside due to poor management.
  • I really wish California wasn't in a terrible drought. The course would have been amazing! Even with the water restrictions, the course is in pretty good shape. The greens roll nice and fast. The greens along the cliff and beach are awesome. I would definitely play this course again.