Bethel Island California Golf Courses

Bethel Island Club, The

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Bethel Island Club, The -- cheap practice
Review by: Joel Bryant I have played many courses over the years, from coast to coast. Great ones, and some, well, not so great. This one falls in the latter category. All of the holes are flat. Don't get me wrong, there are a couple of challenging holes, but for the most part, this is a course that has a fairly surly greens team, who expect you to yeild to them. The greens are the most difficult part of this course, and that is always fun. In a nut shell, this course is a good place to work out your winter break rusties. For less than thirty dollars with cart, it's about what you would expect from an old converted cow field, cheap practice.
From Brentwood california

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Review by: Brent Greens look tricky, but are generally fair. They are never as fast as they look. Beautiful scenery. We usually see deer. It is one of the few courses in SoCal which you can "walk-on," even on a weekend morning. Expect the ball to break away from the mountains when you read your putts. It is not the easiest course to walk, but it is not near as tough to walk as Mountain Meadows in nearby Pomona. Course is plenty long enough although big hitters will probably want to keep your driver in the bag on 3, 8, and 12 (unless you have an awesome draw and know the course). 7 is a very tough par 3 with about a 200 yard tee shot to a green you cannot see. The course has some very interesting corners to it. I love the layout of 1-2-3 and 10-11-12. 1 and 10 are reach-able par 5s, 2 and 11 are scenic par 3s, while 3 and 12 are fair, dogleg lefts. This is a county course so it is not very expensive. I like playing around 4pm when it costs $11 to walk. Students are $5 all day on weekdays. Hit'em straight and keep it below the hole.
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