Short at Lake Chabot Municipal Golf Course
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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
Used to be fun and at least playable conditions. Now they have let greens go to pot, not just patchy but also very lumpy. Tee boxes are hard sand. Not even worth $10 anymore. Time to take the kids to Los Positas par 3 or Alameda par 3.
Needs Some Help
Not as nice as the 18-hole course which isn't in that brilliant of shape to begin with.
Some greens were good, others were very patchy and weird. Rough was pretty dense/unforgiving and some had clovers growing in them. Worst of all were the teeboxes, or should I say, Sandboxes. I just look for and bit of grass within a 20 yard radius of the teebox and hit from there. And on some holes there are tree branches hanging directly over where you want to hit the ball, which was annoying. I only like playing here once a year for $5
Lake Chabot executive course
Weather was great, however we booked the tee time on golf now and "first tee" did a shotgun start right before our tee time. Very slow play and the course had "Frisbee golfers mixed in with regular golfers"
NOT A GOOD EXPERIENCE....sadly, the week earlier everything was great with no issue's
You get what you pay for!
Well, it cost $10. Unbeknownst to us we booked our round on a par three course and a short one at that. I think it had one hole over 125 yards. Some of the greens were aerated and the tee boxes were so beat up they were 80% sand. Even a range matt would've been better than what we were left to play off. California has been through a drought the last few years so I'm sure the golf course market has been feeling that. The course also doubles as a frisbee golf course which was interesting. Wouldn't play again
Practice your short game
Great course to practice your short game. Par 3 course mostly using an 8 or 9 iron to tee.
Little course….with some teeth
Great little course, you have to walk…some steep elevation changes……small greens w/ slope...thick rough…..perfect practice course. 9 holes $10….cant beat it.
This was my Grandfather's course!
I enjoyed my short round for $5. It was more about the opportunity to play on the course my Grandfather played for years before he passed in 2010. Thats when I picked up the game and fell in love with it!