Deep Cliff Golf Course
Good shorter course
This is a shorter course with a mixture of par 3 and 4s, but there is enough trouble to deal with to make it challenging. Lots of well placed trees affect your tee shots and i always feel I need to have my iron game under control to play well here.
July 25, 2014
Under Watered Overbooked
The course is short and flat but the trees and deers makes it interesting. The course is so under watered that the teeing green are mostly sand and there are patches of dead grass on the fairway. The putting green is well kept. The biggest problem is overbooking. When I arrive the first tee, there were 10 people waiting to tee off and they all claim to have the same tee time. I had to waited half an hour at the first tee and and 5 to 10 minutes at the subsequence tees.
July 24, 2014
Sharpen your short game
Deep Cliff is a great executive length 18 hole course tucked up into the Cupertino foothills. It winds up into the canyon and provide beautiful landscapes to play through. At par 60 you will keep your driver in your bag but you will work out all your short game clubs with good challenges from the blue tees. Get the early tee times to get a fast round. My buddy and I started at 7 and we were done before 10.
This was my friends first time there an all he could say was "beautiful!"
June 26, 2014
Best Father's Day
Just think what to do on Father's day and could book a tee time from Golfnow.com right away as a single player. People there are very friendly. Starter paired me up with a nice guy and some one caught up later. Tee box were not perfect but I usually tee it up so no problem for me. Some holes, the tee boxes are moved forward so make those easier than before. There are bunkers and water hazards and lot of trees, as well as deers.
June 16, 2014
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June 13, 2014
Had a fun time
I played Deep Cliff with 3 other friends. We are all beginners. There's nothing spectacular about this course, but it is a great course for beginners like us. It's short so I didn't need to take out my driver. Because of the drought, there were some areas that were brown and dry, but around the greens, it was fine. I was surprised that the pace as very good. We didn't have to wait at any hole. We teed off just after 2 pm on Sunday. We practiced in the range area beforehand. It's a humble range. It gets the job done. For the price and the time, it was money well spent.
June 3, 2014
Worst conditioned course I have ever played. Tee boxes aren't grass they are sand and muck nearly all of them. The greens have a ton of dirt pits and were just airrated, there was no notice provided and they didn't roll at all. The course is executive so I won't complain about the pathetic yardage. There are plenty of other choices in San Jose and I kindve feel like golfnow should just remove this course if they don't want to offer 10$ tee times.
June 3, 2014
I don't play here often but when I have it's been enjoyable and a nice setting. It's a very short course which I knew going in but the course is in terrible condition. Maybe it's the drought but they aren't watering the tee boxes you put your tee into solid dirt every hole. It's ragged and not worth playing.
May 26, 2014