This par three has a full 18 holes, measuring just over 2,100 yards in length. Although the layout is flat, trees and sand ... More
Arroyo Seco Golf Course
This par three has a full 18 holes, measuring just over 2,100 yards in length. Although the layout is flat, trees and sand bunkers provide plenty of hazards. Additional features include a putting green, chipping area, practice sand bunker and a snack bar. Best of all, it remains fairly undiscovered so crowds are not too bad...even on weekends. Rental clubs are available but rental carts are not. It is open from sunrise to 10 p.m., weather permitting.
For one thing, they charge too much for a night play - $15 (Go to Arcadia, from 6:30pm it's only $10 if you book online)
The lights went out twice while we were playing (takes 10-15min to come back on) not too bad when you're near the entrance, but when you're back on hole 15, it's really dark.
They never offered to give us anything for the inconvenience. We asked and they said "NO". That's just bad business.
Needless to say, we won't be going back.
The driving range sucks too!! They have these old rubber mats you stand on and these little bitty 10"x24" practice mats to hit off of...weak!!
Don't even try to wash your ball in any of the ball washers...don't think they changed the water in them for decades. just open the top and the smell of "sewer" is the best way to describe it...i'll take my chances with a dirty ball ;)
The other reviews said good things, but a lot has changed in just a few years. I wouldn't waste the money.
The course and practice area are great. It's open late so I can go play after work. I think they close at 10PM. I've seen the pro's teaching late so if you need lessons, they can offer that too. I saw them using video cameras and computors so they are using state of the art equipment to teach. The course is not real long but the greens have a lot of slope to them so this is a GREAT place to practice your short game. over all, I found they staff and pros to be very kind and helpful. The only draw back is the mats. I like the mats they use in the lesson area but those are closed unless you're taking lessons. If your looking to practice or just have some fun after work, then check them out.
A fun place to play casual golf. A good tune-up for the 'big boys' courses' in the area. Always immaculately maintained. Plenty of short game challenges. The coffee shop/restaurant offers good food at reasonable prices. Great breakfast to start the day. Keep your eyes open for the rich and famous. They like to play here, also.
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