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Pasatiempo Golf Club Santa Cruz California
Pasatiempo Golf Club Santa Cruz California
Pasatiempo Golf Club Santa Cruz California Hole 3 Par 3
Pasatiempo Golf Club Santa Cruz California Hole 3 Par 3
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Pasatiempo Golf Club

Santa Cruz, CA
Reviewed by:  acesfull, Monrovia
Finally got to play here with TeaGal and we were paired with a really great guy from PV and his nice and very good 13 year old son. We all struggled a bit, me more than the rest. Pro shop, lot guys, everyone was very nice and friendly. Pace of play was good all day. Just a touch of a wait here or there. The 5 hour round really seems accurate on a course like this with foursomes. Talking with the guys that work there and understanding and hearing about what they had been through with water restrictions for the past few years it was really nice to see that the course was lush and green and in all it’s glory like it had always been before the drought and the severe restrictions that were imposed on them. This course, with the tradition and history that it has definitely deserves to look pristine at all times. Fairways, greens, sand, and rough are all really good, nearly perfect. Greens firm and fast. Land a perfect approach, ball rolls 35′ back down an undulation or off the green. Literally the hardest greens I’ve ever played. They are having a collegiate championship next week and the course is currently set up for a stern challenge. Rough probably 3+ inches and with the deep kikuyu grasses it was just really hard to hit out of. Unfortunately I was in the rough a lot of the day and even when in the Fairways they are challenging with uneven lies through most of the course. Upon initial glance, this course does not look that hard but everything moves everywhere here and your left to right, right to left fairways and undulated, large, firm, sloped greens… well… Bring your “A+” game.
No GPS but most of the course is in front of you. Ball/club cleaners and USB connections on new carts.  Just a few critiques… all of us we were very confused several times during the round…
There are different scorecards at the starter booth and are a touch confusing with different cards for different setups, starter even said they were confusing, no beverage cart, no bottled water at the turn/restaurant, no signage (maybe missed?) for how to get to hole 10, confusing menu at the 9th not listing all items for ordering, again noted by bar staff… easily fixable items that could be addressed in one day and should be when charging over $200 a round. That said however, there is a relaxed comfort here. Like a local, friendly course that doesn’t need to be perfect as opposed to a resort course that is expected to be. This is not a resort course. Kinda feels like any other locals course and while we were confused the first time, we would be fine with it all tomorrow. A must play. Just go when you are playing well.
Pasatiempo Golf Club Santa Cruz CA Hole 9
Pasatiempo Golf Club Santa Cruz CA Hole 9
Pasatiempo Golf Club Santa Cruz California. Hole 10
Pasatiempo Golf Club Santa Cruz California. Hole 10
Pasatiempo Golf Club Santa Cruz California Hole 17
Pasatiempo Golf Club Santa Cruz California Hole 17

Pasatiempo Golf Club

Santa Cruz, CA
Reviewed by:  TeaGal, Monrovia
Acesfull and I just finished playing this bucket list course of ours. The staff from the pro shop to the restaurant to the shuttle people were very nice. Range is available by shuttle and today was hitting off mats. There is a putting green and chipping area by tee box #1. My review is from the front tee boxes. Tee boxes were nice and lush, sometimes was hard to find a level area to tee off on, even the flat areas were not really level. Fairways are in excellent shape with not too many divots. I was in the sand bunkers quite a bit and they were very nice and had plenty of sand in them. Rough was brutal. Rough was long and Kikuyu. Greens were fast and firm and nothing was sticking to them. Greens were difficult and hard to read. Didn’t seem like much of a level surface anywhere on that course. I struggled quite a bit playing here. Round was a little over 5 hours, but that’s because we were all having a rough day. Definitely a course to play, would I play again? Ummm maybe not. Beautiful course and landscape. And you even get to see Alister MacKenzie’s Home on hole #6.