Canoa Hills Golf Course
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|White M: 68.7/125||368||370||467||149||386||322||493||140||334||3029||515||139||323||373||344||511||159||317||378||3059||6088|
|Red W: 68.1/116||281||297||418||101||345||283||435||100||273||2533||465||117||294||301||290||439||127||284||308||2625||5158|
One of the two females that work the registar has a very rough personality, with little to no people skills. Numerous fariways dried out to the point, there is little to no grass, losts of dirts, and weeds. Numerous greens dried out to the point they may never come back, some are like cement. Sand bunkers have numerous large pebbles, rocks and they are very hard. Good value after 3pm only. The owners of this course who also own or manage other course will not spend the money on water or fertilizer for all of the course. This course is in deplorable shape.
No course maintenance in anticipation of summer closing
The course is scheduled for a summer closure so the greens can be redone with Bermuda grass. Watering of this desert course has always been limited. It remains to be seen if maintenance improves when it reopens in the fall.
So hope that this course can be saved, at present it is in poor condition, we've been golfing in Green Valleynfor 19 years & this has always been one of my favorite courses. Told they were closing for renovation.
San Ignacio North
The staff were friendly and the cart didn't break down. That is all that was good as this course suffers from a severe lack of watering. The greens are diseased and have many dead areas. The fairways and first cut of rough are a hackers dream as there is nothing to inhibit roll out. The traps were crusty. I was disappointed.
If a shovel, rake, hoe and pick axe are your favorite clubs then this course is all for you. The greens have major damage. It looks like someone drove a four wheeler over 70% of the greens causing issues putting. Please close the course and start over from scratch.
closing course next week thru summer. open in fall??????
new ownership less than 4 months. trying to get the course back after much neglect by disaterous IRI management group. Hope they can get & keep the South couse in shape. These used to be nice places to play
The fairways need reseeding and water. The greens are in poor condition.
The course fairways are dry and need seeding in many areas. There are many bare spots in the fairways and rough spots in the greens. The course needs Much attention.
Awkward layout-friendly staff
This course has a challenging layout but it needs a lot of work. T. Greens are beat up and the fairways are hit or miss at best. You have to drive your cart through traffic to reach the first tee, kind of weird. Having said this, I would go back. The course is fun but needs attention.
Good Course for the money.
Course is very narrow and if you're not hitting it straight here you can be in trouble. The course is in average shape with problems on many fairways, tee boxes and greens. This can be attributed to problems watering the course from last year. It appears management is trying to address the issues but the course definitely was not in A1 shape. They need to relook at how you get to the #1 tee box. The drive from the south course starting point is rather excessive and time consuming. This is something new since Canoa Hills and San Ignacio merged into the North and South courses. Worth the money to play though!
Great course and great value.
The course is nice. You can still tell it was dry recently. Overall I strongly recommend it to all. It's tight! You need to hit it straight.