Golf Course Review Dos Lagos Golf Club Corona, California
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Reviewed by: Itslikeimsayin, Aliso Viejo
I took caligolfer1031 up on his Meet & Play for 9:00 here this morning. We paid $15 each due to it being a course holiday, but otherwise his GolfMoose certificate had us covered. Thank you caligolfer1031! As you’d expect for this week, it was quite busy and we started a few minutes late, paired with another twosome. We waited a bit on the front side, but overall pace was pretty decent for how busy the course was, and we finished in right around 4.5 hrs.
The course doesn’t look all that pretty but it’s playing pretty good right now. Greens are medium fast and mostly smooth (except when they aren’t; I had one putt bounce on me pretty bad). They were somewhat inconsistent in accepting shots, however. I hit a high-flighted 7-iron about pin-high into #15 and it bounced and did not hold the green. On other greens, I backed up a few approach shots. So it’s hard to tell which greens will hold and which will not. Overall, though, no real complaints about the greens. The first fairway scared me a bit. It was very shaggy and looked like it hadn’t been mowed for four or five days. Fortunately, that was the only hole like that. The rest were cut short, mostly dormant Bermuda and afforded pretty good lies – albeit a little thin – most of the day. On many holes, there was hardly any delineation in length of grass from fairway to rough. Most was cut very short like fairways 2-18. Some deeper, lusher areas around some greens. There were also occasional muddy spots due to the recent rains both in fairways and rough. Not too many, though. Blue tee boxes were a little beat up but not bad; worse on par 3s than other holes. Bunkers had nice sand but could use some TLC – leaves accumulated in them, clumpy sand in spots, etc. Overall, the course is playing very nice for late December and today’s weather couldn’t have been any more ideal. Recommended.