Deep Cliff Golf Course
Scenic front 9, but cramped in the back
The front nine was scenic and the greens were in decent condition. The back however is cramped into an area that seems like it just isn't enough space, with the tee boxes right next to the greens. The greens on the back nine were also in poor condition; with inconsistent speeds and bumps all over the place. I paid $19 for my round, but even at that price I don't think I'll go back. I'd rather pay $10 more and go to SJ muni or even pruneridge.
November 30, 2013
A little gem in the suburban forest.
Deep Cliff is one of the best courses for learning to control your irons and wedges. The beauty that surrounds the course makes what would be simple holes on most courses daunting here. Many holes have serious trouble either on the tee shot, or around the green. There are a handful of holes where a shot that is two yards off the back or to one side of the green is dead and likely lost. But that trouble is exactly what makes such a short course so Intriguing. There is very little ability to play your hole from another fairway, you have to keep control of your ball. I will keep coming here from time to time because it is just such a great little course.
November 18, 2013
Nice Exec course
As usual, this course is in good shape and there is lots of availability during the week. Good value, nice conditions, nice friendly staff.
October 29, 2013
The course is in great shape, well maintained.
It's a nice looking course with huge trees. The fairways are narrow creating a challenge to hit the ball straight. If you are off the fairway, the course is not too forgiving. The greens are in great shape. For the value, a great course.
October 24, 2013
This is a very nice 18-hole short course
Deepcliff does not require long drives.
Accuracy is by far more important.
October 21, 2013
Best played in the morning
We had a tee time at 0745 but was allowed to get started as soon as we got there. There were some greens that needs repair but an overall good value. They also take youth on course without time restrictions.
October 21, 2013
Average course with pretty slow play.
Deep Cliff calls itself an executive course but I would call it an Executives Wives Course. The reasonable greens fees and short, fairly easy holes lend themselves to a type of player that is, let's say, novice and looking for a way to pass the time during the weekday. So play is usually very slow.
The course seems to be in a constant state of repair. Greens are pretty beat up, possibly a result of clueless players not knowing it is polite to repair the green. Also a lot of the course is in constant shade so it never properly dries out and doesn't get sun for good grass structure.
October 18, 2013
pretty little course in rough shape...
Had a nice walk at Deep Cliff but they are doing a lot of work on the course and, quite frankly, it needs it. Hopefully some of the new grass they are seeding will have the place in better shape next spring
October 11, 2013