Knollwood Golf Course
|Back (W)||73||6373 yards||77.1||133|
|Middle (W)||73||5963 yards||73.5||129|
|Forward (W)||73||5714 yards||73.1||126|
|Blue M: 71.0/124||430||535||339||587||383||173||383||164||371||3365||361||474||338||156||302||391||504||125||369||3020||6385|
|White M: 69.3/120 W: 75.3/129||414||494||314||557||360||157||364||143||345||3148||357||454||301||148||293||378||482||116||348||2877||6025|
|Red M: 67.7/116 W: 73.5/127||405||472||288||512||343||127||341||135||325||2948||335||429||270||143||284||372||463||91||335||2722||5670|
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great course for playing
I was played with my younger son on Saturday afternoon at the knollwood golf course. it was happy and enjoyable round. we will come back whenever we have time to play all together with my 3 sons. really appreciated the every things.
POP was bad. No marshals
Course is in very good shape. You can tell they’ve put an effort into taking care of it. Good grass on fairways and rough, the greens are lush and nice to putt on, though not as quick as they are known to be usually.
Pace of Play though. Even with the tee times spread, there are too many “new players” who have come into the game during the pandemic who have no idea what they’re doing. And on a course like this where it’s very tight and with lots of slopes and drop off where the ball could disappear, it’s too hard for them but they show up anyway, and hold up the whole course slowing everybody down. We saw a few 2somea try to skip ahead. But it was also not great to see these 2somes jump back in when they a space on one of the holes to try to play it ahead of that slow group who’ve slowed down even more that they created that gap. With no marshals out looking after the course it took almost 4.5 hours to play a course that’s only 6300 yards!!! And most people were riding carts!!!
No decent golfer would mind seeing the skipping around, by singles and twosomes on carts - if only they would just ask nicely or politely. But for them to just in ahead of us from the side when we’re standing on the tee and are about to tee off - that’s where golf has gone wrong. Somebody at the USGA and the course associations to let new golfers know how golf is supposed to be. But they don’t care - they haven’t made this kind of money since the heydays of one Eldrick Tont, golf hasn’t regained popularity to this extent since then.
There were no rakes in the bunkers!!! And so of course nobody fixes them at all. City courses have them so why doesn’t county courses have them??? Makes no sense.
Good course close to LA
Nicely kept greens, inviting fairways, and a forgiving layout. Close to Los Angeles. Good facilities.
In good shape
The course was in good shape and the pace was great. The greens were in excellent shape and running faster than normal. Just a fun track to play.
Nice course, nicer people.
Course is your classic valley style course. Lots of elevation changes. Plenty of challenges. Driving range needs a little love (no rubber tees? come on man.) BUT, everybody that works there was super nice and it set the tone for a fun round. The starter. The guys at the restaurant. The head chef. All genuinely friendly. Should take a star back for the lack of a tequila selection, but I'll blame it on the 'vid.