+0 votes mark young › October 27, 2011
Wide open course. It's like playing in a bowl.
+0 votes Jeremi Byrnes › April 5, 2011
no maps or scorecards, long course without a map, needs major cleanup, only four tee boxes on course
+0 votes Chris Byrnes › April 5, 2011
Only four fixed tee boxes. The others are just dirt which are poorly maintained, and very uneven. Long course with no maps provided so it means searching around a lot for the right basket for the hole you're trying to play unless you're lucky enough to find someone who's played it before. Would not recommend.
+0 votes kevin brenner › September 14, 2011
If you go to the website dgcoursereview.com then look up Ladera you will find a button that says "Links/Files". Click on that and you will find a course map of Ladera. Without a map this would be torture. To find holes 12 and 13 you have to cross the path on the East. To find hole 14 you have to cross the path on the North.
+0 votes Eddie M › September 22, 2016
Virtually unplayable. Rough terrain, incredibly easy to lose a disc, busted signage, trash everywhere. It's the closest course to my home and I refuse to play here until some massive maintenance is done.