Burlingame California Golf Courses

Crystal Springs Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Crystal Springs Golf Course -- I Think You'll Like It
Review by: Paul S. This beautiful course plays a little tougher than the rating shows. While not too long, you'll get lots of opportunities to practice uphill, downhill and sidehill lies, and the uphill-downhill walk is a good workout. The approach to the uphill 5th green is a challenge; the reward is the view from the par four 6th tee. You feel like you can hit a drive that goes forever, and way, way below you is the green. Lots of work has been done to improve drainage, but it can still get pretty sloppy during the winter. Friendly staff, nice driving range, putting green and bar/restaurant. Bargain green fees for senior citizens (60+) after 11 am Monday thru Wednesday.
From San Bruno, CA

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Arcadia Golf Course -- Arcadia (CA) Golf Course Par 3
Review by: John Clendening Because it is a Par 3 course, I cannot give it more than 3 stars. But it is a good one to work on your short game. Despite distances ranging from 82 to 153 yards (1947 total), most of the holes feel the same and require the same narrow set of skills. There are no sand traps or water hazards, and, although the fairways are narrow, it is hard to get into trouble. The course is well maintained (you drive off mats)and pleasantly shaded. And, despite its reputation, the greens were soft and relatively slow as of this writing (5/04), apparently due to recent plugging and sanding of the greens. Worth every penny of the inexpensive $10 weekday green fees.
From Los Angeles, CA




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