Just up and over the hill from Ridgecrest is Centennial Golf Course.
While Ridgecrest epitomizes everything modern about course design, Centennial harkens back to the past.
This is muni golf at it’s finest. It’s cheap to play, and there aren’t any thrills or frills you don’t need. Expect to see a host of folks out here enjoying themselves. We’re talking about everyone from janitors to CEO’s. The cool thing is that no one cares about any of that stuff. They just want to play golf and have fun.
The course starts out with some holes that are wide open. You can hit it just about anywhere and find it. But as you settle into your round, the holes become gradually narrower and ask you to think. Instead of bombing driver in any direction, shot placement becomes important.
Centennial isn’t the longest course in the world, but it’s alive with character and charm.
While this track might be overshadowed by Ridgecrest at the top of the hill, I’m here to tell you it’s an exquisite round of golf.