Steel Canyon Golf Club
Formerly known as Blue Heron.
|Black (W)||61||3842 yards||62.0||109|
|White (W)||61||3397 yards||59.8||104|
|Black M: 60.1/102 W: 61.8/106||317||279||121||187||123||501||155||185||153||2021||137||293||138||95||213||301||351||140||153||1821||3842|
|White M: 58.1/97 W: 59.0/101||289||257||100||171||103||486||135||145||125||1811||113||254||127||89||170||270||333||114||116||1586||3397|
Decent course for $25
Short course, 18 holes in three hours, some of the holes will test your mid-iron play because of small greens. A couple of par 3s are testy, par 4s are relatively short and simple, the lone par 5 is fun.
Greens were not in good shape, with spotty crab grass on them, fairways were in good shape, bunkers were a mix of sand and dirt and grass. There were beer cans littered in bushes/trees all over.
Golf now rate isn’t much of a benefit since the course offers rate that are cheaper when you take into account the golfnow processing fee.
All in all, you get what you pay for, $25 for 18 holes at an OK course to get a quick round in. Nothing fancy.
cool little course but not worth the money
Ive had some fun playing this executive course but the rates are simply way to high. you can go play 18 for cheaper on a par 72 7000 yard course for the same price as this dumpy landfill. while the greens have been nice sometimes and a few of the holes fun to play the conditions are often super disappointing. almost every par 4/5 tee shot is blind to the green and with the holes being so short its really dangerous. i will be saying no to this course because money is way better spent elsewhere. this place only stays busy because of location. not because its well run.
Fun short course
Greens were slow
Few tee boxes needed some work
Good for short iron practice
Prices going up, quality not.
Increase in price reducing the value. Why play here when I can pay 10 dollars more for a full course? Range balls need to be replaced. Players pass is less of a value now. I'm frequenting this place less often this year.
Good Place to Lose a Ball
This is a narrow executive course that tests your accuracy. Hole 6 is about 500 yards so it is fun for the long hitters. Hole 8 is like no wider than 15 yards and you either get it on the green or you've lost the ball. I like to practice my accuracy and patience here.
Budget Friendly Course | Not worthy of my $$
The tee box’s here are horrible. Not a clean spot to hit from and nothing is level. I don’t think I had but maybe 3 tee box’s where my feet were level with the ball and/or without stepping in totally torn up ground.
Fairways were okay for the price, no issues there. Rough was typical of a budget friendly course.
Greens… could use some work. Budget course but the greens… no bueno. Maybe okay for someone who never plays but as guys who wanted a cheap round for some swings and practice, we got zero value out of playing here.
Friendly staff, decent driving range and decent parking. Nice carts too!! Horrible tee box’s, poor greens, and super slow pace of play. May want to bring a helmet with all the worriers out there spraying balls around.
Good value course
Nice layout overall pretty decent spot I’d visit again it’s nothing special but solid executive course worth a visit
Average Course but good play
The fairways and trips were in good shape, but some of the greens need work