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Ridge Creek Dinuba

Ridge Creek Dinuba Golf Club

Dinuba, CA
Reviewed by:  cencalhack, Visalia

Spring 2017 3-26-17

Layout as always is excellent, top 3 public in the area IMO.  Greens mostly smooth and quick with a few areas where golfers have not fixed their marks.
Tees level and lush.
Fairways are returning to their normal firm playing conditions and the grass is coming out of dormancy.  Off fairway areas are a coin flip for even finding the ball in the native grass that is deep deep deep after the rains.  Bunkers have good consistent sand.  Practice facilities are best in the area.

The one place things can improve is pace as the multiple searches for balls slows play. I recommend the course implement a local rule to treat the areas as laterals to help speed play. (no one goes back after their 5-plus minute searches anyway)

This course is worth a visit regardless of how far you need to drive.