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Admiral Baker Golf Course

Average Rating 3.67 of 5
# of Reviews 6
Green Fees N/A

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Additional Info:
    Facility Type
    Private Non Equity
    Fax
    Jack Daray
    Latitude
    0
    Longitude
    0
    Resort
    (619) 528-0227
    Address
    Friars Rd & Admiral Baker Rd
    City/County
    San Diego
    State/Territory/Province
    CA
    Zip/Postal Code
    92120
    Phone
    (619) 556-5520
       


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    Reviews 1 - 5 (6 Reviews Total) | Next 5

    Review Date
    September 26, 2006

    Overall Rating
     4 of 5

    Value Rating
     5 of 5

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    Reviewed by: jonyork75, Shoots in the 90s

    Summary:
    I too learned here, and still keep my yardage card even though I am out of the military and have moved to Texas. I loved the distance challenge of the North course and the distraction challenge (water) of the South. A great course for beginners as well as seasoned golfers. My first birdie, first round under 110, first under 100, and first 90 were all at Baker.


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    Review Date
    January 13, 2004

    Overall Rating
     4 of 5

    Value Rating
     5 of 5

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    Reviewed by: carlsonbay, Shoots in the 80s

    Summary:
    Played the North Course, what an exceptional value! The course winds through a valley and there are many holes where you feel you are the only one on the course. Greens are slow but after adapting to the speed you will appreciate the changes in elevation and the nice conditions.

    Customer Service:
    Outstanding

    Similar Courses Played:
    Clubhouse is very nice, great staff.


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    Review Date
    March 10, 2003

    Overall Rating
     5 of 5

    Value Rating
     5 of 5

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    5.00 of 5, 2.00 votes

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    Reviewed by: Steve Barnes, Shoots in the 90s, from San Diego

    Summary:
    I learned to play here and it is the best value out there if you can get on. New upgrades are great...new clubhouse is great....lots of wide open holes and some tricky ones as well...

    Customer Service:
    Military...they are not in the pleaser business


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    Review Date
    August 13, 2002

    Overall Rating
     3 of 5

    Value Rating
     5 of 5

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    Reviewed by: Joe Wager, Shoots in the 70s, from San Diego

    Summary:
    outstanding course for the money. The solid North course offers the avid golfer a decent challenge, while the South provides the weekend warrior a solid event.

    Customer Service:
    great staffing

    Similar Courses Played:
    Average range..... great price 110 balls for $5


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    Review Date
    May 24, 2001

    Overall Rating
     3 of 5

    Value Rating
     5 of 5

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    Reviewed by: Rob Locher, Shoot in the 100s, from San Diego, CA, USA

    Summary:
    I have only played about five or six (inexpensive) courses, duffer that I am, but of those Adm. Baker is my favorite. The best thing about it is that like most military courses, it's cheap! $7 for a reservist E-5 on the weekend, can't beat it! But price aside, the course is nice. It manages to stay pretty green most of the year, and is well-maintained for a military course. Like another poster said, there are a lot of driver holes (few doglegs or par 3s) and the greens are usually slow. The north course is tougher than the south course. The clubhouse is new. A single can walk onto either course on the weekend if you don't mind waiting an hour (during peak periods).

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