Golf Course Review Dos Lagos Golf Club Corona California
Reviewed by: Nickesquire, Rancho Mirage, CA
Rode the Blues (6544/71.4/128) with Roarksown1 for our GK Cup match. Joined by Al and Nader, nice group to play with. POP 4 H, 45M in hazy, breezy conditions around 65. ‘
This would be a fairly challenging course to walk, several holes are very hilly. Par 70, six par 3’s, four par 5’s and eight par 4’s. Starts out tight for a few holes, then opens up for a few holes, then it’s hilly target golf. Almost like 3 different mini courses within a course.
Tees were mediocre. The back 9 were more like light rough, looked like they had not been mowed in a week? Front nine much better maintained for whatever reason.
Fairways were winter thin and played firm with good coverage.
There was barely a demarcation between the fairways and the rough. Rough mowed down, not very penal.
Sand traps I was in were very mediocre. Okay sand, but too many rocks and not well raked.
Greens were firm and quick. I like quick greens but had problems for the first 16 holes getting the line and speed on these. Finally made putts on 17/18.
Customer service was excellent from all. No GPS on the basic carts, no driving range, just a warm up cage that was not in good condition. Quick, efficient check in, drink cart around probably 5-6 times. Plenty of water stations on the course.
Okay course, fun to play. Last played here about 5 years ago and it may be another 5 before I return since it is a long, inconvenient drive for me. Unique layout in many regards. Takeaway is that there are many more good holes than bad, but a couple of funky holes make me mark down the overall design. Still recommended.