Posted on

#GolfCourseReview @HunterRanchGolf #Golf #PasoRobles #California

Greenskeeper.Org Golf Course Reviews

Golf Course Review Hunter Ranch Golf Course Paso Robles California

Know Before You Go with Greenskeeper.Org

Hunter Rancho Golf Course Paso Robles, CaliforniaGolf Course Review Hunter Ranch Golf Course Paso Robles California. #GolfCourseReview @HunterRanchGolf #Golf #PasoRobles #California #Breaking

At Greenskeeper.org we are serious about the golf we play.  We are serious about the golf course reviews we write.  We know that our reviews help other golfers decide where to play their next round of golf.  Want to find out more about a golf course you want to play?  Check out the HUGE database of golf recent, relevant golf course reviews on Greenskeeper.Org.  It is our goal to help you “Know Before You Go” with Greenskeeper.Org.

Check out the latest golf course review below for Hunter Ranch Golf Course.

Hunter Ranch Golf Course Paso Robles California. Hole 9
Hunter Ranch Golf Course Paso Robles California. Hole 9
Hunter Ranch Golf Course Paso Robles California. Hole 11
Hunter Ranch Golf Course Paso Robles California. Hole 11
Hunter Ranch Golf Course Paso Robles California. Hole 18 Approach
Hunter Ranch Golf Course Paso Robles California. Hole 18 Approach

Hunter Ranch Golf Course

Paso Robles, CA
Reviewed by:  ddesantis4442, San Jose
I played with three friends at this wonderful golf club on a sunny Saturday between two wicked California storms the day before the super bowl during our annual holiday weekend trip. The setting is rolling hills among vineyards, creeks and other pleasant natural habitats. The course, as expected, was a bit soggy and was cart-path-only. I walked and found it was very walkable from the blue tees. Pace of play was four hours, with no push or wait.

I’ve played here twice in the past and found this winter round to be just as fun and challenging as the warm weather rounds played here. There are no repetitive holes or tee shots on this course, and as a person with limited time for the game, I find this very important in the assessment of all golf courses. The fairways, tee boxes and sand traps are all in good to very good condition. Standing water in only a few traps, and lift clean and cheat was necessary on only a couple of instances. The greens were a 10. Maybe due to the reduced amount of play because of the ridiculous rain we have been getting in CA, but still, minimal ball marks, true roll, great speed. A little local knowledge will go a long way here.

The clubhouse and bar & grill experience was top notch, parking easy, practice areas large and accessible. If you are in the Central CA 101 corridor this is a must play. Only negative – the directional signage on the 17th tee box. I couldn’t figure it out, hit a Drumpf-crazy tee ball well left of the proper routing of the hole and threw up on my shoes to kind of wreck my card. Aim more right….