Lake Chabot Golf Course - Executive Par 3 Course
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Terrible conditions - only good for children
Executive course is poorly maintained, barely playable. It would be ok for a group of children just beginning to play.
Didn’t play due to weather conditions, tried to cancel, course said I was not on their list to play today still got charged $24 as if I played. Disappointed on this app.
The 9 hole course is for short game players only. The boxes had no grass and had range turfs as substitutes. I can recommend this place for anyone except just beginners wanting to challenge they’re short game. I only went here once and that will be my last.
Not very good condition, understood it’s a par 27 but even the T boxes were not well kept, greens are so- so condition with lots of bald spots/ dead grass, nobody was playing at 7 am and pace was good
Poor Playing Conditions
The conditions of this course are bad. The first holes has a few branches that make it almost unplayable. The fairways are dead and grass is all dried up. The greens are all choppy and some of the greens are patchy. You end up having to hit off some mats since the tee boxes are practically non existent. Bunch of sand in the tee box. The walking path is non existent as well. Definitely needed especially since you are going up and downhill. The 4th hole is kinda dangerous, it’s a gravel path down a steep decline. I almost fell trying to walk down. I guess for the 12$ you are paying it might be worth it for you.
Small course for a beginner
Took my 12-year-old son for the first time and he really enjoyed it. It’s all par threes and only walking. It was a great father and son day