My co-worker who relocated from Southern California a few years ago recommended we play this course when in the area. Upon this recommendation, we made a tee time and hopped a flight for a great weekend of golf. Upon arrival the course looked great and we were excited about our round. We were a little disappointed by the selection of logo wear in the club house but my wife will be happy I didn't return with another golf shirt. After a few balls down the range, we hit the course. The course is very challenging and beautiful to say the least. The rock outcroppings and quarry ponds that lend to the name of the course are gorgeous. I haven't taken that many pictures of a golf course in a long time. Be sure to pay attention to yardages as this course does require some shot placement planning. It may not be terribly long, but if you are off the grass, you are in trouble. The staff was very accommodating from the bartender at the start of the round to the young man who cleaned our clubs and shuttled us to our car in the parking lot. For the $75 green fee on Friday, we felt it was well worth it and this course will now be part of an annual trip.
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