Half Moon Bay California Golf Courses

Half Moon Bay Golf Links - Links Course
Half Moon Bay Golf Links - Ocean Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Half Moon Bay Golf Links - Ocean Course -- Overrated and Expensive
Review by: Rick The natural setting of this course is hard to beat. On a clear day (it's foggy a lot)you just can't top the views. It's hard to justify $125 green fee when there are so many top rated courses within 35 miles. Course conditions were good, but the play was incredibly slow. 5.5 hours to play is way to long. The Marshall's didn't do anything we could see to move slow groups along. The Pro Shop Staff weren't the friendliest either. They need score cards with the hole layout or signs at the tee boxes. Several holes (i.e. #1 is a blind shot from the tee and you don't know where the green is).
From Woodland, CA

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Camelot Golf Course -- A Desert Oasis
Review by: Scott Surprisingly, it is possible to find a nice course in the middle of the desert. I consider this to be one the nicest courses in the Lancaster/Palmdale area. It is worth the short drive to play this fine course. The course is well kept and the greens are usually in very puttable condition. The green fees are very affordable. The alternate tee box and flag placements make it alright to play 18 holes, however, that is why I gave this course 4 stars. Just be sure to head out early to beat the heat. Temperatures easily break 100 degrees in the summer and watch out for the wind.
From Lancaster, CA USA




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