El Cajon, California
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3007 Dehesa Rd
El Cajon, CA 92019-2806, United States
Formerly known as Singing Hills, this semi-private resort has three 18-hole courses here. The Willow Glen and Oak Glen courses are regulation-length, while the Pine Glen course is a par-54 layout. It is owned and operated by the Sycuan Tribal Development Corporation, which also offers memberships here. Ted Robinson redesigned all three courses here, although Dave Fleming has also redesigned portions of the Oak Glen course.
While the courses are open for public play, some of the club facilities are for members only.
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T$MONEY - 8/6/14
Course looked good and the staff was friendly. Started as a single behind several groups however joined some locals at hole #8. Their knowledge along with GPS was valuable on the back nine which I played to +3 which was 9 strokes better than front. Fairways are much narrower than I am accustomed to. Nice scenery all around. There are sensors on the cart when you deviate from cart path which is good information to know. I found out the hardway as the cart starts shutting down. I will play this again next time I am in the area.
S Robb - 12/15/10
Avoid if you can!
It was a comedy of errors here. We enquired about playing here the previous
afternoon, as we were staying up the road. It looked awesome from the road
as we came over the hill. The "pro" at the desk said we could get out
tomorrow morning on their "best" of 3 courses, Oak-Glen for $30, one of
the first twilight times at noon. This sounded great.
1) The course was in terrible shape, basically dirt, no grass on many of
the tee boxes. The fairways were thin. Greens were bumpy. It turns out we
did not get the "best" course, which is Willow- Oak. We felt deceived.
2) The front played in about 1:50, very nice pace to about #8. Then we got
behind 3 groups, a fivesome-sixsome- fivesome pack of the local members.
They decided to have some sort of mini-tournament. We waited every shot,
every hole with 2 groups on tee boxes all the way in. We pointed out the
slow play after the round the proshop, to no avail.
3) We really would have liked to have showers in the clubhouse after the
round, as we had a dinner arrangement and we were staying a ways from the
course. We were not allowed to use the locker rooms, they were for members
All-in-all, a Mickey Mouse day on a Mickey Mouse course.
msencenich - 10/11/09
one of the best in SD for under $100
thedoc - 8/24/09
I can't believe this course gets good reviews. This was a very boring course to play. Every hole looked the same and were all very short. No one was playing on the Thursday we went so the pace of play was great but by the fifth hole we were regretting the choice of the week. I would recommend finding one of the many other courses in SD to play.
chaka - 3/27/09
Very Nice course. The greens were fast and true. Much better than Oak Glen, which was above average also. :)
vinceg1399 - 6/30/13
jrfleshman - 6/8/12
Zer09ine - 10/17/11
dustin2777 - 7/10/11
lancerobeson - 6/27/11
Best Score: 13
Willow Glen Course / White