Golf Course Review Oak Quarry Golf Club Riverside California
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Reviewed by: dconnally, Mission Viejo, CA
I jumped on a great rate in an email blast from OQ, joined at 10AM on Wednesday, 2/22/17 by GKers HmtGolfGuy, lotrgolfer48, and mpisarski01 on a sunny warm day with some occasional blustery breezes. I was glad to find that there were no cart restrictions after the recent rainy weather, and some of the lakes actually had water in them.
Greens were in very good condition, firm but with good coverage, and generally held shots well, rolling at medium-fast speed. We saw scattered old ball marks on all greens, and in many cases there was bumpiness and scattered debris affecting putting. Fairways gave generally good lies, with only scattered bare or mushy areas encountered. There were many old divots unfilled, and the turf around these slashes was brown and seemingly damaged. Rough was 1-2 inches immediately adjacent and very playable – shots further offline could be muddy/bare/bushy/hazard. Tees were OK – par-3 tees were set wide to provide plenty of teeing area. I was in one bunker (greenside #10) with only a very thin layer over hard base, resulting in a wedge rocket. My partners seemed to have no problems with the sand they encountered.
Very nice golf carts with ball washer/club cleaner, as well as a very good interactive GPS that gives a clear look at hole features and also pin locations. Also a cooler with ice, but no water. Plenty of water available on-course. We got a sand refill from a traveling marshal, but there’s no refill rack on the 10th hole or anywhere, so many divots go unfilled. Saw the cart girl several times, and there is a snack bar after #9. The driving range is on grass, but the setup today put us back on an area that was likely used yesterday, so a good hitting surface was hard to find.
My favorite course in SoCal. Always recommended.