Singing Hills Golf Resort at Sycuan - Willow Glen
|Red (W)||72||5454 yards||71.9||128|
|Blue M: 72.3/128 W: 78.8/145||375||330||399||325||502||185||416||544||184||3260||506||403||174||395||358||409||431||547||168||3391||6651|
|White M: 70.1/123 W: 76.3/137||341||311||374||310||484||165||388||517||161||3051||490||370||149||371||340||367||387||525||150||3149||6200|
|Red M: 66.5/115 W: 71.9/128||316||295||343||296||451||125||330||435||119||2710||435||319||135||317||310||337||341||424||126||2744||5454|
Very well maintained and beautiful
Beautiful course, friendly staff, challenging enough and good pace of play. Nothing bad to say about the course at all. Highly recommend.
We played Willow Glen at Singing Hills. The fairways and the greens were in great conditions and rolled well. The staff was very friendly.
Willow Glenn at Singing Hills
This is one of my favorite courses in East County San Diego. Course is in great shape as usual, greens are a little slower than normal but roll true.
Great course, poor fairways
I’ve played here more than 10 times. I have just about the same critique normally: very nice smooth greens, great layout, pro shop staff less than friendly! Marshall did nothing to speed up play, 4:40 pace! Many Fairways had little grass which I don’t understand at all, too thin, mowed far too short which is tough to play and requires more watering. I also played the week prior and the starter put me with a couple who were playing in a shotgun which I did not know. Got to the 4th hole and they told me it was their last hole, which left me hi and dry, playing alone, behind a slow 4-some. I skipped a hole to join a 3-some on 6. This exact thing has happened to me before at this place, which is absolutely inexcusable by the pro-shop and or starter!! I will play here again and hope for some common sense on the part of the staff.
Cold but fun day
Considering it's rained heavily the past week, the course was in great shape. I was expecting cart path only but it wasn't (pleasant surprise).
This was my 2nd time playing this course and I think I prefer it over Oak Glen. Some tight holes, some "swing away" holes and great scenery. The greens were a little slow but I think the weather caused some of that.
Pace of play was good and it was a good day overall. I'll definitely be back.
This is the second time I’ve played willow glen and didn’t complete the round. 3 hours and we made it through 10 holes. We used our gift cards and it was a total waste.
Great course, well mantained
Had a great time at the course. First 5 holes flew by. However, by the 6th hole, we encountered golfers and from that moment forward, were always waiting about 3-5 minutes before every shot, which get us off rhythm. Noticed there were a lot of twosomes, so wondering if making groups go out as 4somes would speed things up. Only encountered the drink girl once, but the snack bar was accessible from various holes. Overall, I'd give it an A-
Fun for all levels of play
We played the Willows Course, there are three courses available.
The course condition was pretty good for playing in December, could have used a hair cut but you always had a decent lie.
Great views and nice layout. A very fair and fun course that we will definitely play again.
I saw the $89 rate and thought it was a steal.
The round took over 5 hours, the course is in baaad shape. Greens at like carpet, rest of the course is barren.
Marshals never moved anyone along- or spoke to anyone in general, when you play early on a Saturday, you don't want that.
I told my buddie it was a first and last time for me.
THERE WERE SOME DRY BURN SPOTS ON YHE EDGES OF THE GREEN ON SOME HOLES.
THE FAIR WAY WAS BETTER THAN THE USUAL DRY CALIFORNIA FAIR WAY THAT WE GET THIS TIME OF THE SESAOM
Sycuan Willow Glen Redux
Been 25 yrs since I played this course. Was just as I remembered...tough little track. Course was in decent condition for July. Pace of play was OK until we caught the three some in front of us. Took 5 holes before they let us play through. Cart started to die half way through...called three times before someone came out with a replacement cart.
Still...had a nice time.
Hot Day in El Cajon
Was a very hot day to play. About 105 with a bunch of humidity. Greens were soft and you could throw darts at them. Fairways were in ok shape as it is summer time. Being from Arizona im used to summer golf conditions, but didnt expect that in Cali. 60 dollars for the round was a little pricey for the conditions they have. Fun course to play though, I will say that. Got through my round in about 3 hours which was nice.
willow glen is a good layout, wind and trees play into this course. good bunker condition, sand on the par 3's are deep and soft. greens are sponging but quick and true. willow is a good test of golf. I always enjoy playing there.
Birdie opportunities in a lot of holes!
I joined 3 other individuals and teed off around 1130sh. A slight southerly wind was blowing. Hot and sunny we were behind a slow group which was evident in the first few holes but it was ok afterwards. The ground was very dry and hard on several places. The greens were in ok condition. The fairways a little dusty at some areas. Keep the ball straight and you will have a lot of fun. Walkable but I prefer riding. Keep away from the trees or get ready to card a bogie or worst. A couple picturesque holes so keep the camera nearby.
Lots of Grass
The main thing I like about playing this golf course is that the owners water the course the way that a golf course should be watered. The main reason that I come to play out here is because I can always count on the greens being receptive and the Fairways being lush. Unlike other courses in San Diego, it is well manicured. Highly recommend!
COURSE WAS IN PERFECT CONDITION,WITH A EASY GOING PACE OF PLAY. SEVENTY FIVE DEGREES WITH A SLIGHT BREEZE. GOOD GOLF WITH GOOD PEOPLE!