Golf Course Review Links Course at Paso Robles Paso Robles California
Reviewed by: Alex326, Monterey, Ca
Played early Sunday morning as a single. Used the daylight promo code for a 15% discount and a $15 future credit. Just wanted to get out and swing a bit. Figured for $2 net I couldn’t complain about course conditions or the state of my game. To my surprise both were fairly decent.
Greens are in very nice shape right now. Easily a 7 and probably closer to an 8. By far the best I’ve ever seen here. I did have a little issue with the mower who was doing his best to work around me. Unfortunately I never knew for the first 6 holes if they were freshly mowed and quick or slow and hairy. Once the mower got away from me all was good with smooth rolling greens. All greens are single tiered with modest slope.
Fairways were so so. The first few had been punched and after that the fairways were littered with thin areas throughout.
Tee boxes were …. confusing at best. Some were very nice and lush others looked like they placed the tee markers off the tee box in dead areas. Maybe they were letting the tee boxes recover? Not sure but they were either on the 7-8 scale or the 2-3 end. Nothing in between.
There are no sand traps just grass pot bunkers which I managed to avoid all day. Layout is completely flat and easily walkable. I walked the front 9 just to keep warm on the brisk morning start. As mentioned before the layout of the front nine is quirky to say the least. back to back par 5’s, a short par 4, back to back par 3’s, another par 5 followed by a 3rd Par 3. After that the course mellows out and follows some traditional routing with mostly par 4’s.
Course is definitely bare bones with just a trailer for a pro shop that has a couple of bare necessities.
They do a $10 (walking) special on Monday’s. For that price or the $2 net price I got the track is worth it especially considering the nice shape of the greens right now. For the full rack rate of $59 during weekend prime time, go elsewhere.