I've played La Purisima a number of times and I've always enjoyed it but also agree with others that it's very difficult to score low here. Lots of narrow openings, sloping fairways, and tricky approach shots, combined with afternoon windy conditions, make it an exciting test of one's golf abilities.
The course was recently sold, and there is the appearance of some improvements. New golf carts now are available, and some landscaping work has begun. The cart paths need a lot of work - we felt as though we were four-wheeling rather than navigating a golf course. The driving range needs upkeep.
The last thing is the first thing. When we arrived at 9:15am on a Saturday for our 9:45am tee time, we were looking for a cup of coffee to get our morning started. The restaurant advised that the coffee machine broke three days prior. Suggestion to management - go buy a $30 Mr. Coffee and offer your golf visitors a hot cup of coffee upon arrival!
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