Arroyo Seco Golf Course
|Mens M: 54.1/103||90||87||98||118||112||102||110||115||128||960||97||91||104||117||87||146||120||128||113||1003||1963|
|Ladies W: 53.0/101||90||87||98||118||112||102||110||115||128||960||97||91||104||117||87||146||120||128||113||1003||1963|
Pitch and Putt Can Be Entertaining
Arroyo Seco is an 18 hole par 3 course that offers some entertainment and the ability to work on your short game. The best aspect of this course is that it's lighted after 7:15pm or so (depending on the time of year) so you can play after work until it closes at 10pm. The holes are relatively short, with the longest reaching up to 145 yards; but on the shorter holes you must navigate around large trees in order to hit the green. As one could imagine tee boxes on a par 3 course can become extremely beat up so at Arroyo Seco players tee off mats. I usually despise hitting of mats, but I don't seem to mind here. If you play later in the evening when the course empties, you can hit a few balls off the tee and chip around the greens. The greens are slow but again I don't seem to mind as much since I really just try to play here and work on my wedges. Overall this course can be fun and a good place to get out and play quickly and at night.
Played here a lot in HS, always fun and inexpensive (at least waaaay back then). Perfect two clubs and a putter type course.