Golf Course Review Hunter Ranch Golf Course Paso Robles California
Reviewed by: Alex326, Monterey, Ca
Trying to book a tee time today proved a bit difficult with the rain, course closures and aeration all going on at once. Managed to get out and walk Hunter Ranch this morning and avoided the rain.
Course was very wet. No issues with the greens as they were dry and rolled smooth at a normal pace. However the fairways were soggy. No roll whatsoever and even though the recent rains have “greened” up the fairways they are still considered winter thin. Most of Hunter Ranch is on rolling hills which helps drain the course to make it playable.
It’s been a while since I walked Hunter and it’s very doable but there are some steep little short climbs to tee boxes etc. Other than that it’s not bad at all. Being that it was CPO, I was more than happy to walk.
Overall, conditions given the rain were very decent. I was only in one sand trap and it wasn’t too bad. Rough was definitely taller and thicker than last time I was here a couple of weeks ago. POP was under 3 hours. No one in front of me so I just cruised along.