Naval Air Station Barbers Point Golf Course
|White (W)||72||6385 yards||76.6||123|
|Red (W)||72||5522 yards||71.1||111|
|Blue M: 72.1/120 W: 78.7/132||360||188||423||400||410||377||501||215||552||3426||412||158||518||433||148||491||373||379||409||3321||6747|
|White M: 67.6/113 W: 72.9/121||330||180||398||374||382||350||467||190||525||3196||400||142||510||408||130||485||356||359||399||3189||6385|
|Red M: 63.2/99 W: 68.6/111||324||150||348||330||315||294||415||160||431||2767||304||130||428||312||115||397||310||342||288||2626||5393|
Course is overplayed and shows it
Barbers Point is a US Navy golf facility so it gets a lot of play. Normal round is about 5 hours on a good day, during the weekend it is about 5 ½ hours. The course is overplayed so the conditions reflect the damage being done to the course. Lots of dirt and mud when it rains due to the dead zones with zero grass on the fairways. Greens are very slow because they do not have the right equipment to mow the greens to a good level. The military budget for golf course management is non-existent so the course will always suffer from lack of investment. The restaurant in the club house is closed more often than it is opened, if you play here do not expect to get anything to drink or eat after your round. Many players just to a tail gate event after the round.