New Hogan Dam

Valley Springs, California     2 courses · 36 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Daniel Camara JrWest course › February 21, 2012
B-
Very rugged course on hillsides and hilltops. Many interesting shots around huge boulders and oak trees with one 700 ft shot down a very steep hill. This is a hiking course on red dirt so do not wear nice shoes!
-  +0 votes  + Nick WilcoxWest course › June 6, 2012
B
-  +0 votes  + dan murphyWest course › December 30, 2012
A
played the east 18, beautiful day, little breeze
-  +0 votes  + Phill CardenazWest course › April 20, 2013
A-
There are two courses, East and West, playing both made for an awesome day. The course has some fun shots. There were rocks coming out of the ground at weird angles that looked amazing. There are some fun long shots. This course is "out there," but definitely worth checking out in Spring time. I can imagine Summer being blazing hot with not a whole lot of shade.
-  +0 votes  + Nick BosovichWest course › April 24, 2016
B+
Really fun course, open with some longer shots and some shorter more technical shots with windows to hit. This course plays shorter than the east which is more open, longer holes. Great views of the lake with some holes on the back playing around it. Course would b a solid A with a few things. Needs to show which pin position on the sign, navigation was not bad though. Benches are needed, luckily it was not too hot when I played but it's mostly open and in the sun. Lastly, some sort of mowed fairway or at least a green would be nice.
-  +0 votes  + Nick BosovichEast Course › April 24, 2016
B+
Really fun course, plays similar to the east but more open with mostly longer shots. This course plays longer than the west which I believe has more birdie ops but you have to be within circle off the tee. I would b a solid A with a few things. Needs to show which pin position on the sign, navigation was not bad though. Benches are needed, luckily it was not too hot when I played but it's mostly open and in the sun. Lastly, some sort of mowed fairway or at least a green would be nice. I was within 10' on one hole on the back and almost lost it...