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We played 9 holes on Labor Day after a quick bite to eat in the restaurant - great staff that was friendly and efficient - food was perfect - bruchetta and calamari.
When we returned parched from our outing we came into the bar side...More
My wife had a small wood fired margarita pizza. She wished the mozzarella cheese would have been more melted. She will nit reorder although the concept of a wood fired intrigued her.
I had the Bierrock Calzone which was advertised as a German Calzone with...More
This course doesn't afford any real challenge other than its length. The women's tees are over 5800 yards. Every hole is straight down and water rarely comes into play. The sand in the bunkers was hard or gravely.
I have never seen so many Canadian...More
Went to the golf club to have lunch and watch a football game. We very pleased to find good food and friendly folks. If your in the area highly recommend stopping here, it's about two miles East of the 99.
This is hidden gem. There is free golf if you are staying in the RV park (a fantastic perk). This is a full length par 72 course. The course is flat, with houses surrounding the fairways. The houses are set well back and the fairways...More
Very fair course in good condition. Being from Georgia when you hit you ball off line in the woods you pay a penalty. At Pleasent Run GC there are very few OB markers and when you are off line you still have a shot to...More
This course is beautiful and challenging. The food is very good at the Putters Club but the service in the dining room is terrible. Theres a younger male waiter there who has no customer service skills at all. Bar serves great drinks. We go every...More
A good golf course in Chowchilla? I would guess not. But I was wrong. Someone got brave and there is a large development with houses and lakes and a golf course. The market collapse had left a lot of lots barren, but the golf course...More