If I am playing golf in northern California, I normally play at a course called Shoreline. I only play there because it is close to my house and cheap (I can play for $14 with my membership card for twilight). Recently though, I had some time so I was looking for a better golf course around me.
I had heard about Callipe Preserve from some other people, so the name sounded familiar when I was looking at courses to play. Although the course was a bit far for me (about a 30-45 minute drive away), the twilight rate was very good so I decided to try it. My round started at 3:00, and since I was walking a full round of 18 holes only cost me $33.
Callipe Preserve is a really nice course with a great layout; it is a bit challenging the first time you play because there are a lot of ravines and hills. However, the course is in great condition, and the greens especially were in fantastic shape. The round was a bit slow (I think it took around 4.5 hours total), but it is hard to complain with anything else about the course. If you have the stamina and want to get some exercise, Callipe Preserve is a great course to walk (although there are some hills that can tire you out).
Callipe Preserve Recommendation Rating: 4
1: Something worth checking out if you have time
2: Something that is a hit for some people, but not a must for everyone
3: Something worth prioritizing if interested
4: Something worth making time to check out
5: An absolute home run, worth going out of your way for
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