North/East at Oaks North Golf Course
|White (W)||60||3417 yards||57.8||85|
|Red (W)||60||3043 yards||55.8||84|
|White M: 56.5/88 W: 59.7/92||175||235||306||134||157||153||144||185||260||1749||260||127||162||166||282||242||112||177||140||1668||3417|
|Red M: 54.9/83 W: 57.8/87||154||225||292||123||119||130||120||165||236||1564||231||102||139||154||259||222||100||150||122||1479||3043|
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need up keeping
The course was very good,but I have been they for the 3th time in less that 2 months and the men urinal is still cover up with just 1 toilet I do not think you are in compliance with the health department.
Great course with a decent variety for an executive course. Other than the bunkers -which are horrible- the course is in very good condition. Get to use a good variety of clubs, but you can get away with bringing 5i-SW and a putter.
Missed that this was an Executive Course. Went out alone, but At the second hole A group of 4 would not let me play through. Skipped a hole at the fourth and it was clear sailing after that for the rest.
The course itself presented challenging holes with good yardage. Greens were good. Starter was Welcoming and showed interest at the end of the round.
Consistently in Good Condition
This short track seems to stay in good shape decade after decade.
Well kept course
Great day of golf, course and greens were excellent. Got behind a 4 some of walkers, which slowed us down a bit, but overall it was a great day.
Playing any of the three nine hole layouts at Oaks North is a great value and pleasure. Course is in excellent shape, pace of play is brisk, and offers a challenging variety of par 3’s and 4’s.
This course is in great shape. Best executive in San Diego. Can get a round in in around 3 hours. Best bang for your buck. I bring all my friends here and play here at least twice a month.
Best Executive Course in SD
Course is taken care of. Greens are fantastic. Staff are very friendly. Best executive around where you can actually bring out all of your clubs.
I play this course twice a week.
long wait & no honoring of golf time
Won’t book through Golf Now anymore- had to wait 1.5 hours past the posted time as the course said the time wasn’t available and Golfnow knew it! Question: “so what are you paying for”? And no one to complain to. Won’t be doing that again
A lovely 27 hole facility. I played the south and north course.
The south started off with two rather bland par 3s, but soon opened up to some more scenic and challenging holes, highlighted by the drivable 9th hole - the only hole where you might want to take a driver. The holes wind their way though a residential area with cute homes.
The north course nice is much prettier. Stunning in some places. My favourite was the par 3 11th, the green is framed by those typical pine trees you see in the area.
I wish I had a course like this in my back yard. Such a good place to practice or have a quick and relaxed 9 with friends. The fairways and greens were in excellent condition - perhaps the greens a little furry, but no real complaints here.
Friendly service. Carts and push carts available as well as a bar.
Pleasant short course near Maderas
After 18 holes in the morning at Maderas we wanted to go somewhere a little more mellow for a twilight round and found Oaks North. It's a fun little place in a retirement community with a nice vibe to it. Greens rolled really nicely. one of the nines was being aerified and I'm glad the starter tipped us off to that. There are a handful of par 4s but it is mostly mid-length par 3s. Super twilight for just $15 can't be beat.
Whole course is in good shape especially the greens. Good for short game practice. Drivable par 4’s for big hitters (which I am not anymore.)
Course was in pretty good shape but it’s a short course and for the money thought cart should be included. Fun round overall and would definitely recommend it