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Golf Course Review Costa Mesa Country Club (Los Lagos) Costa Mesa, CA

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Golf Course Review Costa Mesa Country Club (Los Lagos) Costa Mesa, CA

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ALERT: Aeration
Will be aerating the greens with small holes on the Mesa Linda course 10/3 & 10/4 and then on the Los Lagos course 10/17 & 10/18.
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Got out today (10/10/16) on Lagos at 1:40pm. We were behind a group of guys who were smoking pot, so by the middle of the back nine, it seemed everything they did was slow. They were about 7 minutes behind the group in front of them, so a bit frustrating, but not completely derelict. Reminds me of why I don’t play here more often, in spite of good proximity and low prices. Round ended up being about 4 hours 50 minutes, finishing about 15 minutes after sunset. Greens were pretty good, not an excessive amount of ball divots, but just bumpy from foot traffic. Fairways were very good, only a few soft/wet spots from over-watering and the rough was pretty typical, about 2″ in most places. Tees were all level and great.

Cart girl only came around 1 time, being late in the day I guess.

Lagos will be aerated next week. I took a peek at Mesa Linda, which was aerated on 3rd/4th October, and just a week later, both greens I surveyed were pretty much healed, just slight discoloration where the punches were. So, good news on that front – Mesa is pretty much ready to play, and give Lagos two weeks, and it should be pretty good, as well.