Central Valley Weekend, Day 1

This weekend, I made my way up to California’s Central Valley. It turned out to be a very interesting and fruitful trip. It all started when a friend (and fellow course collector) was able to set up a round at the private Sunnyside Country Club in Fresno on Saturday afternoon. I wasn’t too excited about... Continue Reading →

A Little Piece of History in the Desert

On Sunday, I made my way out to the Coachella Valley once again. It’s that time of year when the temperatures are rising and the golf deals start getting better. My primary round on Sunday really wasn’t really a deal, but it was an opportunity to play a new course and check another one off... Continue Reading →

Course Review: Saticoy Country Club

Note: They have since changed the name to simply The Saticoy Club. On Friday, I had the great opportunity to play Saticoy Country Club up in Somis (just outside of Ventura). This is one of those old private clubs I’ve always heard great things about, yet there was still some mystery to it as it’s... Continue Reading →

Course Review: Wilson Golf Course

After playing the Harding course in Griffith Park a couple weeks ago, I was eager to come back and play Wilson, which is generally regarded as the better of the two. I made it a priority to play there this past weekend because I knew the course was getting ready to aerate the greens this... Continue Reading →

Course Review: San Diego Country Club

Actually, I played three rounds the other day (yes, I am aware I have a problem), but I am splitting up the reviews a little differently this time. I played “warm-up” and “cool-down” rounds at Cottonwood Golf Club (Lakes) and Bonita Golf Course. I’ll get the reviews and photos up from those rounds later this... Continue Reading →

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