Basic scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, pancakes, French toast, fruit, bacon and sausage. All you can eat. Good price.
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For a public course you would be hard pressed to find a better one. Friendly staff will have you checked in then point you in the right direction. Play it long and deep or up shorter by picking your tee. It is amazing to have all the undulations on what started as flat ground. The greens have always been in... More
If you want to play a course not affected by the drought and one that is always in great shape then schedule a round at Ridge Creek in Dinuba. This links style course demands that you stay on the fairway or say hello to the fescue and good luck finding your ball or hitting out of the fecue. Not a... More
This course is unbelievable. I have played golf all my life and it is nice too see a course come the the Valley that will challenge all golfers here and and travelers from out of the area. This is a championship course that is lovable. If you are a weekend player you can play here and get a challenge or... More
If you are looking for a quality golf course, that is reasonably priced and challenging, look to another golf course. It touts challenge, however take a ton of balls as this course will swallow them up. The staff is inconsistent and policy and slow play is a struggle too . If you are looking to play in a farm field... More
Rebecca, we appreciate your feedback however, maybe the challenge is what you disagreed with! Over 100 bunkers to challenge your game along with thick tall fescue... if you're not on your game, the course will definitely make you dig for your ball. You will find other balls punished by the rough, maybe not your own, but that's what you will... More
We were here for a presentation on Solar uses for the home and other energy saving conservation tips. We enjoyed the presentation and what we learned. But the food, oh it was so good. I would recommend a nice dinner for a table of two if you are looking for something quiet, intimate and slightly romantic in the City of... More
This is a great public course. It is challenging enough for good golfers and it is pretty forgiving for the rest of us. The fairways are pretty open. It pays to stay in them, the rough is brutal. Lots of sand and no water hazards. No trees to fight. It is very well maintained. The staff for the most part... More
I have never been to the British Open, but on TV the courses look a lot like RIdge Creek. Sloping fairways, devlish bunkers at both landing areas and around the green, no trees, and very large and blazing fast greens. Out of bounds means out of bounds, because if you roll off the fairway the odds are 50-50 you will... More
The greens were great, the fairways nice and wide, no water hazards but lots of sand bunkers - overall a well maintained and beautiful course. The golf carts had a cooler which included ice and two bottles of water. They did not have GPS' but the layout was so straight forward and so many sprinkler heads were marked with yardage... More