|Review by: joe nobody
||Let's just put it this way, I didn't even play the course. I pulled up to it, took a good 5 minute look around, drove around the golf course, and went home. It's flat. It's in the middle of agriculture, and looks like it's being taken care of by a bunch of gardners who all together's age wouldn't be above 20. The sandtraps are dirt. Not sand, dirt. It's basically a hole dug in the ground and called good. The only grass on the tee boxes is that which would have grown wildly out in nature. Unless the matted yellow stuff sparcly thrown about was it. I couldn't tell. And if you could tell where the fairways ended and the rough began, I then dub thee "head greenskeeper for Arvin" because it's evident they didn't care to figure it out either. All in all, you would be better off spending your money on a six pack and chipping in your front yard.