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Greeenhorn Creek Resort Angeles Camp California Hole 5 Tee Box
Greeenhorn Creek Resort Angeles Camp California Hole 5 Tee Box
Greenhorn Creek Resort Angeles Camp California. Hole 13
Greenhorn Creek Resort Angeles Camp California. Hole 13

Greenhorn Creek Resort

Angeles Camp, CA
Reviewed by:  bweist, Walnut Creek

Played Saturday 3/25/17- Greens are completely fine, no longer a need for the alert.

The course is in fantastic condition and extremely fun to play. This was my first time here and I will definitely be back to play during this time of year. Although they said it was busy, we didn’t see anyone else the entire round. Here’s a breakdown:

Greens- have recently been aerated but show absolutely no signs. They didn’t do any sanding and punch holes were gone. The greens were extremely fast and smooth. Some of the greens were so firm that approach shots had to be planned accordingly or else they risked bouncing off the back. Overall these were the best greens I have played throughout all of NorCal this winter.

Fairways and tee boxes- Overall in excellent condition. Didn’t look like the course gets much play if you just look at the fairways. No bare spots at all, very nice conditions. The tees were also in excellent shape. Maybe this is the best time of year to catch this course before it gets cooked in the summer heat. Because of rain the day before, there was a tiny bit of water on one or two fairways, but overall not an issue. The course seems to drain very well.

Bunkers- Excellent condition. Sand was very predictable.

Overall this course is one of my new favorites. The round was 70 dollars to ride, and well worth it. Top quality greens, fairways, and service. I can’t think of another course within 2 hours of the area that is in this good of shape right now for the price.