Diamond Oaks Municipal Golf Course
|Red (W)||73||5481 yards||71.9||121|
|Blue M: 69.4/122||362||505||138||343||133||465||365||361||392||3064||495||352||136||367||319||174||460||369||443||3115||6179|
|White M: 68.1/117||347||472||126||317||116||455||350||348||383||2914||453||343||124||359||312||161||439||354||426||2971||5885|
|Red W: 70.9/118||331||449||96||272||95||414||329||329||360||2675||409||340||110||336||312||137||418||340||404||2806||5481|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill
The golf Course was in very good shape and I'll be back.
Played this course 20 years ago, but didn't handle water well and it was not too close to my home. I moved away and came back and moved to Auburn, so its much closer now. I'll be back.
Had a blast, hooked up with a married couple that gives ready golf a new meaning. Right up my lane. Greens and fairways blow away any course close to my house back East.
All things are relative...
Ball marks flood the greens, which is tough when your trying to roll in a putt. I fixed ~20 ball marks per green to try and be helpful. Consistency on the green is not possible (if this matters to you). Cost is tough for me to justify...let me explain. I pay the same at a course like Empire Ranch (in Folsom, CA) for $1 more, and that course condition is exponentially better. Everything from tee box, fairway, rough, and green conditions. Staff was extremely friendly, and I was first out so I was able to set the pace. If I was a local, received a frequent player discount (like a monthly membership) I didn't want to travel far to play, and playing a course that is not in superb condition (making it difficult if your handicap is important) is fine with you, I can see this being a really fun social course. If dialing in scoring, handicap, and getting a good assessment of how you're rolling the ball, I would consider playing a different course.
No complaints. Walked 18 and had take out food and beverage service. All you can ask for with all the CoVid craziness. Course was in great shape. All in all a good day. Thx
Great customer service from the dude in the pro shop. Booked a tee time with cart but I prefer to walk. Wanted to hit a warm up bucket and he comped me a token since I wasn’t taking a cart. Take notes people.....This is old school great customer service that you seldom see anymore. Big shout out to Diamond Oaks. I will definitely be a returning customer. Great parkland course also!!!!
First Time Impressions
I played this course for the first tine . My initial thoughts are that it is poorly maintained, fairway dough too high and clumsy, bunkers hard w/ no sand & the greens were recently punched - automatic two put . Not happy or worth the money. Staff overall was awesome . Won’t be back and would not refer to a friend until it’s maintained at the rate of a $50.00 course
This course has seen better days
It was a beautiful winter day, 70 degrees. All fairways are dead and wet with no rain in weeks. Its a shame this once nice course has become in such pitiful shape. I won't be going back anytime in the future. Possibly try again this summer.
Fairway Care Needed
Greens in good shape. Fairways need grass and too muddy for no rain. Bunkers are dirt/sand. Not the good ol neighborhood course it once was.