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Greenskeeper.Org Salutes La Purisima & Mission Club

La Purisima Golf Course Lompoc California. Hole-15

Congratulations to La Purisima and Mission Club

Best Playing Conditions & Worth the Green Fee 2017

Recently Greenskeeper.Org published our annual Best Playing Conditions and Worth the Green Fee winners for 2017.  La Purisima a Greenskeeper.Org community favorite takes the Best Playing Conditions for Santa Barbara County.  The Mission Club a newcomer and newly public course took Worth the Green Fee for Santa Barbara County.

Check them out.

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Best Playing Conditions 2017 La Purisima Golf Course - Santa Barbara County
Best Playing Conditions 2017 La Purisima Golf Course – Santa Barbara County

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WTGF The Mission Club 2017 - Santa Barbara County
Worth the Green Fee The Mission Club 2017 – Santa Barbara County

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La Purisima Golf Course

by rgm2525
Posted: 01/06/18 8:57p
Member Since: Jan 24, 2005
From: chatsworth

Golf Playing Conditions 7.73 GREAT
Golf Playing Conditions 7.73 GREAT
Played 1-6-18 first out as a single playing in a little under 2 1/2 hours. With nobody in front of me, nobody behind me, and no maintenance people around it felt like I had my own private golf course. Course conditions haven’t changed much since last time I played here. Rough my have been cut down a little lower, and greens were a little softer, but everything else was in the same good shape.

The Mission Club

by Hogan
Posted: 05/30/17 4:37p
Member Since: Oct 21, 2006
From: Temecula

Played 5/26.. first out, a real treat; course in very good shape, all the rains really helped.

Golf Playing Conditions 7.51 GREAT
Golf Playing Conditions 7.51 GREAT

greens are tricky to read, especially anything coming in from the sides towards the hole, play more break than your eyes see, if you miss, keep everything under the hole if possible, chipping, pitching from the sides is challenging, greens are bigger than they look, and being closer to the ocean, the ball does not carry like it does inland, a club longer on some approach shots is a good choice, especially since many greens slope pretty good from front to back, with some false fronts to deal with ..open to the public, but, call ahead; lots of member groups, outings etc. just to be on the safe side…owned by the same gentlemen who bought La Purisima, a good choice to play, if in the area, stay healthy, drive safely,

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Greenskeeper.Org Salutes GolfMoose Tee Time Specials

Golf Moose - Great Golf for Less

GolfMoose Tee Time Specials

GolfMoose sponsors quite a few of our GK Plays Outings.  If you have been fortunate to attend one of these outings you know that these prizes offer pretty good deals on golf and as such we at Greenskeeper.Org would like to recognize some of the many golf course operators that do work with GolfMoose.  It is our hope that you take advantage of these opportunities to play.

There are several noteworthy golf courses with pretty awesome deals with our sponsor GolfMoose.  As a golfer that is not only looking for value but an above par golf experience as well check out these latest deals from GolfMoose and their participating golf course operators.

Names seem familiar?  Check them out here!

Congratulations to Our Golf Course Operators

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Best Playing Conditions 2017 Half Moon Bay Golf Links - Northern California
Best Playing Conditions 2017 Half Moon Bay Golf Links (OCEAN COURSE) – Northern California

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Best Playing Conditions 2017 Half Moon Bay Golf Links - Northern California
Best Playing Conditions 2017 Half Moon Bay Golf Links (OLD COURSE) – Northern California

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WTGF Black Gold 2017 - Orange County
Black Gold Golf Club Winner Worth the Green Fee 2017 – Orange County

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Rancho Solano 2017 - Northern California
Rancho Solano Golf Club Winner Worth the Green Fee for 2017 – Northern California

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WTGF Mt Woodson Golf Club 2017 - San Diego County
Mt Woodson Golf Club Winner Worth the Green Fee for 2017 – San Diego County

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Best Playing Conditions 2017 Quail Lodge & Golf Club - Central California
Best Playing Conditions 2017 Quail Lodge & Golf Club – Central California

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Best Playing Conditions 2017 La Purisima Golf Course - Santa Barbara County
Best Playing Conditions 2017 La Purisima Golf Course – Santa Barbara County

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WTGF The Mission Club 2017 - Santa Barbara County
Worth the Green Fee The Mission Club 2017 – Santa Barbara County

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About GolfMoose.Com

Golfmoose.com is all about offering promotions to quality public courses at great prices. Founded by avid golfers, we know there is nothing better than teeing up at exciting courses. We share our passion by bringing deals to life that any golf fanatic would love.

By enabling golf courses to run promotions with minimal cost, we can offer sweet deals that are good for both the golfer and the game.

The rules we live by:

1) We only offer quality courses.

2) We never offer a deal that we wouldn’t buy ourselves.

3) Make a customer, not a sale.

About Greenskeeper.Org

Golf Course Reviews, Specials, Maintenance and Aeration Alerts.

Greenskeeper.org is that and so much more.

For the last 12 years Greenskeeper.org has been the inside source for Golf Course Conditions and maintenance alerts for the “avid” and “core” Golfer.

The “avid” Golfer as defined by the National Golf Course Operators Association (NGCOA) play a minimum of 25 regulation rounds or more in a year.  The “core” golfer play 8-24 regulation rounds per year.

From a report provided by the National Golf Foundation (NGF), “avid” Golfers account for 76% of the rounds played yearly per golf course.  They represent only 26% of the playing population of golfers, and most importantly account for 71% of revenue generated for the golf course operator.  “Core” Golfers are 30% of the golfing population, represent 18% of all rounds played yearly and account for 23% of revenue generated by golf course operators. (Refer to NGF:  Pyramid of Influence 2012)

This by no means is a small number.  In fact we represent that demographic of golfer most coveted by golf course operators.

We love golf.  It is a part of our lifestyle.  We are passionate about the sport of golf.  As a result, Greenskeeper.org. (GK) is Golf’s Social Network of over 70,000 members and growing.

Some facts about GK:

  • 70,000+ members of which 73% are “avid” golfers.
  • Over 1800 Golf Courses with Aeration & Maintenance Alerts for California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, New Mexico, Washington, Oregon and Colorado.
  • 45,000+ Course Reviews
  • 40,000+ Course Condition Ratings
  • 20,000+ Course Photos
  • Golf Outings and Community Forums
  • 100,000+ visitors monthly of which 75% visit daily
  • 1.0 Million page views monthly and growing!

Congratulations to these golf course operators and to GolfMoose for promoting additional golf tee time specials on their behalf.

Half Moon Bay Golf Links

Black Gold Golf Club

Rancho Solano Golf Club

Mt. Woodson Golf Club

Quail Lodge & Golf Club

La Purisima Golf Course

The Mission Club

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BREAKING: Greenskeeper.Org Awards Top Golf Courses Worth the Green Fee 2017

Greenskeeper.Org Awards Top Golf Courses Worth the Green Fee 2017

Greenskeeper.Org Awards Golf Courses Worth the Green Fee 2017

Greenskeeper.Org "Know Before You Go®"
Greenskeeper.Org “Know Before You Go®”

Greenskeeper.org proudly presents it’s Worth the Green Fee Awards for 2017.

Worth the Green Fee” is awarded to golf courses open to the public listed on Greenskeeper.org that stand out above the rest with our site users at providing a consistent, quality golf experience at an outstanding price.

Let’s face it, golf can be expensive.  It doesn’t have to be.  All you have to know is where to play to get your best value and that’s something Greenskeeper.org excels.  In addition to helping golfers decide where to play their next round of golf based on reviews, ratings, and maintenance alerts, we’ve recently introduced our GK Coupons service to extend their deals directly to our golfers.

How Awards Winners Are Determined

Golf Course reviews and ratings submitted by our 70,000+ Greenskeeper.org community are tabulated over 12 months. Winners are determined for each area.

We divide awards into 11 sections —  Inland Empire, Los Angeles County, Orange County, Palm Springs Area, San Diego County, Santa Barbara County, Ventura County, Southern California, Central California, Northern California and Southern Nevada.

Greenskeeper.Org Awarded For the Good of the Game Award 2017 by the CGCOA
Greenskeeper.Org Awarded For the Good of the Game Award 2017 by the CGCOA

We provide the list below in no particular order.  This is done on purpose.  Any golf course that provides outstanding value to their region should not overshadow other golf courses simply because of their location.  We understand the golfing public mostly stay within their geographic boundaries.  Knowing where to play in your area is important.

Editor’s Note:  Johnny GK and Greenskeeper.Org has been recognized by the California Golf Course Owners Association as Good for the Game of Golf in 2017.  Shows you that both golfers and golf course operators understand the benefit of working with Greenskeeper.Org.  We are the RESOURCE where avid and casual golfers come to make their decision where to play their next round.  “Know Before You Go”® with Greenskeeper.Org.  You’ll be glad you did.

And Now our Winners for Worth the Green Fees for 2017 (in no particular order). . .

Click on images below to visit their Golf Course Home Page on Greenskeeper.Org.

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WTGF Goose Creek Golf Club 2017 - Southern California
Goose Creek Golf Club 2017 – Southern California

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Greenskeeper.Org Awards Golf Courses Worth the Green Fee for 2016
Check our our Previous Winners Worth the Green Fee 2016

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WTGF The Mission Club 2017 - Santa Barbara County
The Mission Club 2017 – Santa Barbara County

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WTGF Bayonet Black Horse 2017 - Central California
Bayonet Black Horse 2017 – Central California

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WTGF The Club at Sunrise 2017 - Southern Nevada
The Club at Sunrise 2017 – Southern Nevada

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WTGF Black Gold 2017 - Orange County
Black Gold 2017 – Orange County

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WTGF Soule Park 2017 - Ventura County
Soule Park 2017 – Ventura County

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WTGF DeBell Golf Club 2017 - Los Angeles County
DeBell Golf Club 2017 – Los Angeles County

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Rancho Solano 2017 - Northern California
Rancho Solano 2017 – Northern California

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WTGF Eagle Falls 2017 - Palm Springs Region
Eagle Falls 2017 – Palm Springs Region

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WTGF Mt Woodson Golf Club 2017 - San Diego County
Mt. Woodson Golf Club 2017 – San Diego County

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WTGF Goose Creek 2017 - Inland Empire
Goose Creek 2017 – Inland Empire

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